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Author Topic: Punters Revenge  (Read 3389 times)

Offline Knick

Seems my local parlour might be shutting down according to the "receptionist" whom I am very close with.

The story she told me today, apparently a punter wasn't happy with the service and demanded his money back (which she did, on the condition he didn't return). This was a few days ago. Anyway he called a few times since and texted saying he'd like to visit again, quite persistently. She refused saying sorry he can't really expect to be able to.

Anyway seems he decided to tip off the neighbours and within a few days the letting agency wrote a letter (received today) claiming a breach of contract. So the place had to close or they serve 2 months notice.

This is the kind of thing I wouldn't have normally heard about when I was just a happy-go-lucky punter with no idea what goes on behind the scenes. She's told me a few stories about punters that make you wonder how audacious some guys can be. But this was pretty mean spirited.

Offline Daffodil

Perhaps if the parlour had given a good service in the first place they could have avoided all this  :hi:

I'm not going to lose any sleep over the plight of some brothel, especially when I'm only hearing one side of the story.

Offline wristjob

he got his money back after a punt - can't really argue with that.

If they gave bad service why did he want to go back.

Sure only hearing one side but it doesn't look great - and short of them locking him in the basement for a week and using him as their gimp I think grassing them up is bad form,

Offline Daffodil

he got his money back after a punt - can't really argue with that.

If they gave bad service why did he want to go back.

Sure only hearing one side but it doesn't look great - and short of them locking him in the basement for a week and using him as their gimp I think grassing them up is bad form,

Without knowing his side of the story you can't really comment. It's in this 'maid's' interests to paint the picture like this  :hi:

Offline James999

he got his money back after a punt - can't really argue with that.

If they gave bad service why did he want to go back.


Exactly, it doesn't ring true  :hi:

Offline Knick

Well its closing, that's for sure which is a shame I enjoyed going there. I don't have his side of the story as I have a clue who he is, however I do know her well. Anyway I wasn't expecting to keep anyone awake worrying I just thought I'd share the story.

Offline James999

If you know her well get th enumbers of the girls and book with them direct, save yourself some cash, help the girls out and cut out the pimp  :hi:

Offline wristjob

Exactly, it doesn't ring true  :hi:

I deal with people all the time and you get plenty like this. Plenty of people want something for nothing or the odd freebie.

that just spoilts it for everybody else as they have to find a new venue

It'd be interesting to know, broadly speaking, the region of the country you're writing about, Knick?

There seem to be different attitudes towards Parlours in different parts of the country, witness this: http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/nov/12/edinburgh-licensing-saunas-massage-parlours-sex , which was in yesterday's paper.

Even in Greater Manchester, where the authorities seem to have been more tolerant of Parlours than in other parts of the country, I'm aware of Parlours which were open when I began my "career" which are no longer aound.  I seem to remember that some of these have been closed because of allegations of links with trafficking or money-laundering but others have been closed because, as far as I'm aware, of objections by [Muslim] neighbours.
 
The final paragraph of the article I quoted interested me because the Scottish authorities justified their actions on the grounds that Saunas are less significant these days than they used to be, even when I began punting.

Offline JB1969

Had a chat with a Glasgow Policeman the other week and even he agreed it is ridiculous as it is putting these girls in unnecessary danger.  So even within their own police force they do not agree with the methods.
Banning reason: Accused and highly suspected of being "DeliciousMsDee" prossie posing as punter

Offline Knick

This was in Hertfordshire. The particular town is a bit of a punting desert. But it wasn't really a question of whether the police tolerate it here they were never involved. This was a letting agent reacting to neighbour complaints.
« Last Edit: November 14, 2013, 02:12:12 PM by Knick »

Offline potato

Its difficult to comment when we only have one side of the story but in my own profession, there are unscrupulous people on both sides. I can't see the punting industry being any different.  You have to take each case on its own merits and we are unlikely to find out the real story here.

Offline mefairelamour

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So he went to visit the parlor, had a service which he was unhappy with, demanded his money back and then wanted to return? Unstable springs to mind. I know a WG who had the same thing happen to her, except she didn't work from a parlor it was her own home, subsequently she had to leave the property but only after the majority of houses on the block received a letter through their door telling them who she was and what she did. By the sound of the guy you mentioned he sounds nuts, probably a good idea for them to move regardless if there's a nutcase like that with a chip on his sholdour

One service which a parlour provides is a place for a lady to see clients when maybe she cannot do that in her own home with a man and or kids. If it closes she may not be able to recruit guests from the so called social media until or unless she has a place in which to meet them.

Offline Dani

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How the hell did this guy manage to get all the neighbours involved so quickly as to get the letting agents involved as well in just a few days.  This would take at least two weeks as once the letting agents received a complaint they would have to investigate it first.  they don't just take the word of a couple of people.  They tend to need some sort of proof before evicting someone as tenancy agreements tend to be legally binding and if this was untrue (ok it wasn't but it does happen) the letting agents would be leaving themselves wide open to be sued.  For instance someone is renting from agent and has an argument with the neighbour the neighbour gets spiteful and reports it to the letting agent as a brothel.  The Agent decides to evict without proof.  The tenant takes it further as has been accused of something they haven't done which is slander as it can cause them many detrimental affects to them being accused of something they have no knowledge of. Not only would they be able to keep their tenancy the agents would end up paying out for the slanderous comments they made

I doubt very much this man did it and it was probably just bad timing and the neighbours had already been complaining and taking photos of men coming and going as proof for the letting agents .   

Offline Knick

They did inspect the place (illegally actually they claimed the place was at risk of flooding or something) and two agents (both women) entered the property with no warning using a key. I told the girl they breached the tenancy contract as they are supposed to give 24hrs notice and they clearly lied about the urgent need to enter. Unfortunately there was too many signs of the activities although no punter was there at the time.

They may be sued for the entry but this woman just wants to close, now that the neighbours know she'd rather try another place now. I think the letting agents thought they were being proactive but I wouldn't be surprised if they acted too quickly. Plus its blantantly obvious they lied to get in as you'd expect a plumber to be sent round not two female agents if there really was a flooding issue.
« Last Edit: November 14, 2013, 06:34:59 PM by Knick »

Offline Daffodil

that just spoilts it for everybody else as they have to find a new venue

Except the neighbours. Would you want a parlour next door?  :hi:

Offline wristjob

Except the neighbours. Would you want a parlour next door?  :hi:

Next dor to me is empty right now :)

Offline smiths

It'd be interesting to know, broadly speaking, the region of the country you're writing about, Knick?

There seem to be different attitudes towards Parlours in different parts of the country, witness this: http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/nov/12/edinburgh-licensing-saunas-massage-parlours-sex , which was in yesterday's paper.

Even in Greater Manchester, where the authorities seem to have been more tolerant of Parlours than in other parts of the country, I'm aware of Parlours which were open when I began my "career" which are no longer aound.  I seem to remember that some of these have been closed because of allegations of links with trafficking or money-laundering but others have been closed because, as far as I'm aware, of objections by [Muslim] neighbours.
 
The final paragraph of the article I quoted interested me because the Scottish authorities justified their actions on the grounds that Saunas are less significant these days than they used to be, even when I began punting.

Its VERY rare i see an allegation of a brothel having had trafficked women working in it turning into a conviction for Trafficking. Many times its given as a reason for a raid, possible or suspected trafficking, the end result 9 times out of 10 in running a brothel, controlling prostitutes for gain and/or money laundering.

Money Laundering is what ALL brothels who dont pay tax do of course which is why its a criminal offence quite rightly. And yes your right of course the top cops in any given area can allow a brothel to operate or not as they see fit, although that view could change overnight.

In Manchester Sandys Superstars is still allowed to operate yet some other Brothels have been closed in the last year, so even within the same police force some areas of that force view things differently. Thats why i find the hypocrisy of the police staggering, after many brothel raids they say how bad a thing such a place is yet would have been visiting said brothel on a regular basis since it opened as they do all brothels so didnt enforce the law on those ocassions. Neighbours complaining is a big reason a raid might occur.

Bottom line for me is if you run an illegal business be aware the police and/or HMRC could turn up at any moment. Not a risk i would take, and even more so nowadays with POCA. :hi:

Offline wristjob

Its VERY rare i see an allegation of a brothel having had trafficked women working in it turning into a conviction for Trafficking. Many times its given as a reason for a raid, possible or suspected trafficking, the end result 9 times out of 10 in running a brothel, controlling prostitutes for gain and/or money laundering.


When I was younger I got stopped while driving a number of times. Twice I got the reason that I'd crossed the white line twice while they were following me. Seriously it's come up with any old crap to get their foot n the door then see what they find.

Running a brothel or parlour has its risks.

It's illegal for more than one girl to work from a property the proprietor can be done for living off immoral earnings or controlling prostitutes.

The OLD BILL can and do use this to target places and shut them down.

I can understand the letting agent wanting them out.

Police forces have different attitudes. They had a big purge in Leeds a couple of years ago and shut a load of parlours down.

In Sheffield they've closed a few but left the majority of them alone.  In my view it's better to have women in parlours where they
know who is running the place and the women have some security than working on the streets on in places on their own.

There are a few places being run from discrete flats & houses in Sheffield but the majority tend to be in non residential areas.

If the Police get a complaint they will pay the parlour a visit.

As for the punters revenge.

He had a bad experience with one girl and got his money back. By involving the landlord he's got the place closed
brought unwanted attention on the people running the place all seems rather petty to me!!


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