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    Default Should Escorts charge extra for "bad" reviews?

    It is bad enough when the Moderators on this site delete your review.

    But charged extra for leaving a bad review?

    Trip Advisor couple 'fined' £100 by hotel for bad review
    "For every bad review left on any website, the [reviewer] will be charged a maximum £100 per review.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-30100973
    Last edited by SteveB; 19-11-14 at 11:51.

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    No -but maybe clients should seek a discount for a mediocre experience.
    (In reality you 'll never be going back).

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    Quote Originally Posted by talkabout View Post
    No -but maybe clients should seek a discount for a mediocre experience.
    (In reality you 'll never be going back).
    And in reality you'll never get any money back.

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    Reviews have always been sketchy, and always will be, that's why I don't use them. If something is good, word gets around and everybody wants it. I've never read the opinion of another as gospel anyway, because I know how fake reviews can be. Both good and bad.

    I know a huge Irish company that regularly has it's own staff members write positive reviews regarding their experience using the company. Now that's everybody that uses reviews. Then you have rivals creating false bad reviews. It's all bollox!

    I once had an outstanding time with an escort from this site. I first came into contact with her on here, then booked. She was shocked I didn't leave a review, and contacted me to ask why. I told her they where a load of bollox IMO, and sure I'd be seeing her again.

    Even my girl one time, before we went on holiday said "I've found some worrying reviews about safety, I'm a bit scared" I said "would you stop, you found that garbage because you're looking for it, we'll be grand"

    Fucking reviews, I don't rate them!

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    Sounds like there could be an opening here for E-I to set up a new website 'Tit Advisor'


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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
    It is bad enough when the Moderators on this site delete your review.

    But charged extra for leaving a bad review?

    Trip Advisor couple 'fined' £100 by hotel for bad review
    "For every bad review left on any website, the [reviewer] will be charged a maximum £100 per review.

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-30100973
    this world is getting worse and worse.

    Play and don't regret !

    -strap on is on -




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    Quote Originally Posted by kyla View Post
    this world is getting worse and worse.
    Even worse than that there have been cases where businesses have taken civil cases for defamation and loss of earnings against reviewers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
    Even worse than that there have been cases where businesses have taken civil cases for defamation and loss of earnings against reviewers.
    omg this is not right at all ! they never heard of human rights??

    Play and don't regret !

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    If you pay by credit card you sometimes have little control over what you pay. In these cases it appears that they paid their bill by credit card and the “fine” for the bad review was added later, although the general opinion is that this is not legal, no matter what is written in the “small print” of the contract.

    However, legal or not, it gives you the problem of having to recover your money, which is often not easy or straightforward.

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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/tr...d-reviews.html

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...igh-drunk.html

    http://tripadvisorwatch.wordpress.co...ued-for-libel/

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/101700901


    Even allowing for the fact that some of the reviews were maybe malicious, it does seem a rather cynical attempt to suppress negative opinions.

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