craigslist casual encounter personals: Prostitution
So I have been playing with craigslist personal ads in the past few weeks. Since then, I have became extremely knowledgeable of spotting ads that is providing prostitution service. Although I think it's illegal, it's not stopping anyone from posting these services on craigslist. You know it's a prostitution ad, if you see one or more of these indications:
"Gentleman" - Same meaning as "gentlemen club".
"Independent" - If you see this word, it means this "service provider" is not working with any prostitution ring, supposedly. So far, I haven't seen anyone claim the reverse.
Phone Number - Like a business, these call girls are advertising their service.
"Skill" - Talking about her servicing skills. Now it's just like a paying job.
"Professional" - Same as above.
Outcall - Call girl will come to you.
"Want roses" - A cryptic message saying that she wants money.
$ - Do you get the hint already?
Fee - Getting really obvious.
Donation - Usually required!
PayPal - They are definitely selling something; most likely photos and/or videos.
Specials - They can give you a deal on the service. Just another way to get you through the door like any other retail business.
See any other indicators? Let us know.
Tue, 09 Jun 2015 02:11:20 -0700
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