Prostitutes Have A Website For Reviewing Customers

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Robert Donachie Capitol Hill and Health Care Reporter
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Prostitutes have come together to create an Internet forum for adult escorts in the United Kingdom to share their experiences and contact information of untrustworthy, sketchy clients.

Saafe is the name of the website, and topics range from “Blather and Babble,” where escorts can discuss the “less serious side of escorting,” to “Politics and Academic/Media queries.”

There are more serious topics, like “Warnings & Wasters,” where escorts discuss particularly dangerous or time-wasting clients. On this thread, escorts describe horrendous and often deplorable encounters with clientele, often providing their phone number and detailed descriptions of the client’s appearance.

User Daisy flowers tells of an encounter she had where she was robbed. “Be warned and save this number, 077693164**. This man came and robbed me whilst I was staying in Bedford…The police have been alerted, I have made a statement…Please inform them if you know the identity of the man.”

Another user, Teddy Bear, posted about an event that occurred just this past Wednesday. Teddy was chased by a potential client and almost run off the road. “I looked back and a car was following us. It gave chase at break-neck speed through windy residential streets before rear-shunting us twice and then smashing into the car from the side. We spun out and crashed into a brick wall before spinning back out into the main road and coming to a stop,” the user described.

The forum serves as a place for escorts to share advice, support one another (even providing a Buddy-link up service), and solicit their services.

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