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    Talking Another nosey question for the ladies

    I'm in a fierce nosey mood tonight ........

    Ladies - is your life purely a cash one ? I'm thinking about all the paperwork you need to open a bank account or any such financy thing. Like producing a utility bill or a recent payslip for example.

    Just curious how you make some purchases if it is purely cash you deal in. Like how do you buy something online ? Or a big purchase such as a car ..... do you walk into the dealer with a big slab of cash ?

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    Lots of people are self-employed and work in cash businesses, not just escorts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjo View Post
    I'm in a fierce nosey mood tonight ........

    Ladies - is your life purely a cash one ? I'm thinking about all the paperwork you need to open a bank account or any such financy thing. Like producing a utility bill or a recent payslip for example.

    Just curious how you make some purchases if it is purely cash you deal in. Like how do you buy something online ? Or a big purchase such as a car ..... do you walk into the dealer with a big slab of cash ?
    Silly moo. I have a mortgage and a pension, a healthy relationship with my accountant and I have just completed my tax return. This isn't something any girl has to hide, you can be a self employed beautician, massuese, therapist...I am a Corporate Therapist. Rather nice, hey? I thought of it all by myself. There are many girls on the grey edge of legality who may be happy customers of western union though..

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    They can always deposit cash into their own banks, and it's the banks that issue credit and ATM/Debit cards anyway, so it's easy enough I'd say to operate pretty normally for them when it comes to finances. Same thing with writing cheques-- so long as they deposit cash in the account, there will be money for them to use however they decide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    Silly moo. I have a mortgage and a pension, a healthy relationship with my accountant and I have just completed my tax return. This isn't something any girl has to hide, you can be a self employed beautician, massuese, therapist...I am a Corporate Therapist. Rather nice, hey? I thought of it all by myself. There are many girls on the grey edge of legality who may be happy customers of western union though..

    i hope you declared any coperate gifts you have recived in your tax returns

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonely View Post
    i hope you declared any coperate gifts you have recived in your tax returns
    Believe me, those chocolates go to a good cause
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cable87 View Post
    They can always deposit cash into their own banks, and it's the banks that issue credit and ATM/Debit cards anyway, so it's easy enough I'd say to operate pretty normally for them when it comes to finances. Same thing with writing cheques-- so long as they deposit cash in the account, there will be money for them to use however they decide.
    They can until the day the internal alarm that was designed to help prevent money laundering is triggered. If you have any sense, you will realise the tax man is always close. In any country, and if you are thought to have laundered money all accounts will be frozen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    Believe me, those chocolates go to a good cause
    im sure they do
    by the way what exactly does a coporate therapist job involve

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    Quote Originally Posted by lonely View Post
    im sure they do
    by the way what exactly does a coporate therapist job involve
    Well, I trained as an aromatherapist so that is my mainstay. I also do a few other things that I can't quite remember the name for but those in the corporate sector definitely seem to feel the benefits

    I should be free on the health service really...
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    Well, I trained as an aromatherapist so that is my mainstay. I also do a few other things that I can't quite remember the name for but those in the corporate sector definitely seem to feel the benefits

    I should be free on the health service really...
    the hospitals are overcrowded as it is
    if you wer free on the health service everyone wuld be queing to get in to get treated by you

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