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Author Topic: Paperwork at the start  (Read 1220 times)

Offline essexbwoy

Hey all, have punted only once before in a East London parlour (wasn't all that) and at the start was asked only my first name and age. In the comments about 'paperwork' before a punt, what more is needed?

They just mean the correct amount of money :) some girls like it in an envelope most don't care.

Remember clarify services before you hand over cash, you could segway into it by saying "I thought your profile looked great...can i just ask if you offer (service)

In  terms of a parlour ones that i've been to don't ask name or age...you are clocked by a security cam and they write down time, entered time left.

Hope this helps.

HMD
 

Offline richie

When I punt I always get the cash out of the way straight away but my line most of the time is "your profile said £xx for half an hour, that includes... service x, y & z ...dosent it?" and I make sure the cash is in my hand and they can see my empty wallet. Implys I dont pay extras that way.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Hey all, have punted only once before in a East London parlour (wasn't all that) and at the start was asked only my first name and age. In the comments about 'paperwork' before a punt, what more is needed?

Most parlours insist that you pay before the service, that is quite normal, in my 30 years experience I have never been asked my age.

Offline skittish

Most parlours insist that you pay before the service, that is quite normal, in my 30 years experience I have never been asked my age.

Perhaps Essexbwoy is a young punter and they are just making sure?

Offline Redvee

The last two punts have been payment after though one girl wanted to see the cash before we started, once she was happy I had the cash in my flat she was happy to play. Names were done but nothing more other than small talk.

Offline Whore Of Babylon

I've known girls who will only take money up front and some who don't mind settling up at the end (my preference).
Most people advise WGs to take money upfront, in case you have an awkward customer.

If you're at a parlour it's usually house rules - money first.

If someone looks under 18, would ask to see some ID. Wouldn't want to make like Jimmy Savile.

If I ask for a name it's usually about being friendly and making conversation.

I always sort it out over the phone before I set out by saying so its £60 for half an hour including etc etc that way you don't have a wasted journey! Had a couple of those in my early years!!

I always sort it out over the phone before I set out by saying so its £60 for half an hour including etc etc that way you don't have a wasted journey! Had a couple of those in my early years!!

Yep but also re-confirming services before physically handing the money over is a sure fire way not to get burnt.




Yep but also re-confirming services before physically handing the money over is a sure fire way not to get burnt.
Yes of course & you have the added back up of the phone conversation as well if they start trying to be tricky.

Offline Dani

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Paperwork at the start is a fancy way of saying pay before play.  It is quite normal on a first booking with someone but once you get to know them it should be at the end.
Never ever hand over money until you have clarified the services on offer as some girls change their mind the minute they have the cash.

Offline essexbwoy

Thanks Cassie!  :angelgirl: When I started reading about 'paperwork' I was imagining it meaning having to sign a disclaimer or waiver or something!


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