Hi everyone! Cable87 here! I'm new to the game here in Ireland, but I just had a great time with my first escort here in Dublin!
I just had a quick question that maybe someone in the forum or the moderator might be able to address, and the question is:
What, if anything, is done to prevent escorts from falsely advertising for services that they DO NOT actually give? Is this simply overlooked or dismissed?
My question arises from my first experience with an a escort in Dublin, who I will not name here. Her profile claimed that she does, in fact, do tea bagging, but after I arrived and we got started, I asked for it and she said that she doesn't do it. When, to my surprise, I mentioned to her that heron-line profile claims that she does do this, she giggled and claimed she knows that her profile says she does, but that she doen't do it.
I was just wondering if escorts are asked in situations like this to remove false claims of services that they do not give after someone says something about it.
Overall I had a great time, & I'd see her again-- I just was hoping that I could show up to meet a girl & not leave with any (even minor) disappointments or misconceptions as to what to expect-- if she doesn't do what she says, than she should not have it in her profile.