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Author Topic: Punting Funds - how to keep them from prying eyes  (Read 4687 times)

Online Ali Katt

I think you're the exception Dani.

A few years ago I was amazed to discover my OH went through my wallet every time I took a shower. It took 15 years to discover that. She also kept a log of the mileage on my car.

Her sister did exactly the same.
Are they on Mumnset?

Offline smiths

Are they on Mumnset?

Problem with this type of thread is mumsnetters can pick up free info to catch punters out from it.

Offline maxxblue

I think you're the exception Dani.

A few years ago I was amazed to discover my OH went through my wallet every time I took a shower. It took 15 years to discover that. She also kept a log of the mileage on my car.

Her sister did exactly the same.

It's bad enough your wife going through your wallet and keeping a log of your mileage, but for her sister to go through your wallet and log your mileage is very worrying.

Offline smiths

It's bad enough your wife going through your wallet and keeping a log of your mileage, but for her sister to go through your wallet and log your mileage is very worrying.

I assume he meant her sister did the same with her partner.

Offline maxxblue

sorry smiths, it was my attempt (obviously unsuccessful) at being humorous.
« Last Edit: February 18, 2015, 10:15:29 PM by maxxblue »

Offline smiths

sorry smiths, it was my attempt (obviously unsuccessful) at humour.

No worries, the lack of a smiley made me think it wasn't. ;)

Online Ali Katt

You guys could buy a stash can shaped as a lighter or torch and keep it in your car. Hardly a big espionage operation.

Offline Sailormack

laughed so hard at that :)

I'm single and i find punting very exciting but by reading this forum i actually realized how "exciting" it gets when you're married.

You guys are constantly on a fucking spy mission...secret phone, secret bank account, secret meetings.
The fact that people put up with this is either a proof marriage is amazing and worth putting up with all this or it is some sort of a trap.

Although i don't have to hide form anyone i do keep it anonymous. Got the punting phone and i have small spare wallet for punting cash which is hidden out of sight.
Having a spare bank account requires a very good excuse. Even if you opt for no physical mail you will eventually get something through the post.

With a little imagination you could "pretend" you're married..... roleplay.

Then you have the all the gain without the pain  :cool:

Offline cueball


I am so surprised by the amount of men who have to delete messages and calls or have a secret phone

 

Not every prossie is as honourable as you dani, the secret phone stops unwelcome texts and phone calls at awkward moments

Offline Indigo

My wife never goes through any of my stuff so I could hide it anywhere really but quite conveniently I have a separate bank account (my old sole account from years ago) that I use for betting (I actually do quite a bit of sports trading as a secondary income and it got aggravating doing it through the joint account with so many debits and credits).


Offline richie

Second attempt at a post... Fat thumbs strike again....

Cash back on the shopping won't show as a separate transaction so it's the easiest way to squirrel away funds for me, I then keep them either at work or in my garage under lock and key! I don't have any excuses if she finds them as I've got much worse things hidden away! A roll of tenners getting found is the least of my worries  :D

Offline richie

Almost forgot this little gem....

Buy something expensive you can make out you need but she'll never use or see like car parts, tools, DIY stuff for example. Use your joint account or better still, her account to pay.

Next day go back for a refund stating it wasn't needed for the job and get either a cash refund or use your own account to receive the money into. Effectively she ends up paying for your punt  :thumbsup:

Offline sam55

These days I seldom use cash, mostly debit card. So I've never usually got more than about £30 in my wallet. My wallet always sits on the kitchen table and if she saw it full of cash she would want to know what it was for.

Absolutely. I know Dani thinks it's unusual but it isn't in our house. If my Mrs needs cash and hasn't got any she'll go in my wallet and then tell/ask me afterwards. if there's more than about 30 quid in there it would be suspicious. I'd do the same with her purse if I need cash urgently. We've got a joint account too, always have had. I think that if there were any other arrangements it would certainly arouse suspicion.

Offline west8

Next day go back for a refund stating it wasn't needed for the job and get either a cash refund or use your own account to receive the money into. Effectively she ends up paying for your punt 

Jesus, that's a good idea but also probably the most devious way to 'trick' wifey into paying for you to get your end away.

Offline aerofan5

The safest thing is an old, thickish book that the other half would be unlikely to look at and you don't mind destroying.

Cut the centre out of some middle pages and replace with banknotes.

If your other half were to find it, you just claim security reasons, and after that it's easy to check the placement of notes to see if she is being sneaky.

It's the best simple safe, as even if you were burgled, villains are not going to spend time riffling through books.

Online Ali Katt

The safest thing is an old, thickish book that the other half would be unlikely to look at and you don't mind destroying.

Cut the centre out of some middle pages and replace with banknotes.

If your other half were to find it, you just claim security reasons, and after that it's easy to check the placement of notes to see if she is being sneaky.

It's the best simple safe, as even if you were burgled, villains are not going to spend time riffling through books.
Better still don't cut a hole in it. Just hide a few notes in the middle pages. If you use a Gideon bible and are caught you could say you are trying to buy your way into heaven; it's not a lie.

Offline west8

The safest thing is an old, thickish book that the other half would be unlikely to look at and you don't mind destroying.

If the woeful tales of punters being neglected by wifey are anything to go by, any book about 'Sex in Marriage' would be a wise choice!

Offline richie

^^^^^^^^^^^^ we so need a facebookesque like button  :thumbsup:

In the early days of my relationship with OH she had a row about some of my statements she had seen, I just explained to her that I would not dream of telling her how to spend her money or run her accounts and if she could not afford me the same decency she best finish it. As long as all joint bills are paid and no debt brought into household IMO she has no right to tell me how to use my money and I would never dream about questioning her taste in expensive boots, which to be honest makes one of my punts look cheap. :hi:

Offline pianodave

As a single man, this kind of thread is a real eye-opener.

The concept of ever having to justify £10 or £20 or my own spending to another person is just out of this world to me.

I guess you guys must have got married young and not be used to any other way of life. To me it is just unthinkable. If I ever contemplate getting married I shall revisit this thread :D

jcdmj12

As a single man, this kind of thread is a real eye-opener.

The concept of ever having to justify £10 or £20 or my own spending to another person is just out of this world to me.

I guess you guys must have got married young and not be used to any other way of life. To me it is just unthinkable. If I ever contemplate getting married I shall revisit this thread :D

You're not alone - I can't imagine having joint finances with my other half.  It's insanity.

Offline bensonhedges20

Throw it inside a game, dvd case, bluray. Leave it in open sight. They would never attempt to open it
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Offline Corus Boy


My £ is my £ and her £ is her £. All domestic expenses are split evenly at the end of each month.


If you consult a solicitor you may find;

Her £ is her £, and half of your £ is her £.  :drinks:

Leave the cash in a toolbox or anything DIY related. 

The only problem is, if she finds it and guesses what it's for, her revenge could be painful..


We have a shared account for bills and stuff but still have our own accounts and cards, thank f*ck. One shared account sounds like a mare, that I had a taste of this week - lost my account debit card so had to transfer money into the shared account and take out in one hit at the atm the next day... just about convinced that it was to 'cover me' whilst the new card arrived...


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