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    Let's call this a hypothetical scenario.

    You go see an escort who has a million perfect reviews and she's the talk of the town (or boards in this case) about how brilliant and fantastic she is in every way imaginable.

    When you meet the girl you immediately realise something's not quiet right with her. Perhaps other punters clicked it too but didn't see an issue worth mentioning. Perhaps they didn't spot it and it has gone unnoticed. By "not quiet right" I'm talking about mental capacity and/or ability.

    Would you review her for a start ? And if you decided you would, do you think you'd mention what you had noticed ?

    I would imagine that sometimes it must be difficult to say something in a review that goes against the tide of other opinions which is why I ask my theoretical question.

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    I either wouldn't review or - if I did - leave it out. I had my doubts about one too. Hypothetically of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Banjo View Post
    Let's call this a hypothetical scenario.

    You go see an escort who has a million perfect reviews and she's the talk of the town (or boards in this case) about how brilliant and fantastic she is in every way imaginable.

    When you meet the girl you immediately realise something's not quiet right with her. Perhaps other punters clicked it too but didn't see an issue worth mentioning. Perhaps they didn't spot it and it has gone unnoticed. By "not quiet right" I'm talking about mental capacity and/or ability.

    Would you review her for a start ? And if you decided you would, do you think you'd mention what you had noticed ?

    I would imagine that sometimes it must be difficult to say something in a review that goes against the tide of other opinions which is why I ask my theoretical question.
    Isnt that the beauty of anonymity? No one knows who you are, if you wish to be honest then you should review in an honest way. No one will hang you for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lucy chambers View Post
    Isnt that the beauty of anonymity? No one knows who you are, if you wish to be honest then you should review in an honest way. No one will hang you for it.
    I agree that all reviews should be done honestly but if you "go against the tide of other reviews" then as we all know a lot of the ladies ring in and report negative reviews weather there the truth or not,it makes your review looking like it's wrong then your getting a bad name for been an untrue reviewer,when you look at it that way it is a hard situation.although I don't think not reviewing or not mentioning it is the answer either as that means that particular lady is getting her own way anyway,almost like been bullied to give a good review or none at all and I defeats the purpose ya know.
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    Perhaps they didn't spot it and it has gone unnoticed. By "not quiet right" I'm talking about mental capacity and/or ability.

    If I noticed this I would walk away immediately.
    Is the lady working of her own free will.
    Is she being exploited because of her diminished mental capacity.
    The loss of my money would pale into insignificence compared to my guilt and inability to live with my concience if I thought I had helped exploit a lady who did not fully comprehend what she was doing.

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    What's the point putting a review in if you are not honest waste of time really.

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    Just give an honest, real opinion. Like others said, nobody is gonna come after you.

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    Hi, if u think something isnt right mental or othrewise u should state it in your review! All facts about a meeting should be said, it might help other punters? and the escort.

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    You have hit the nail on the head the idea of the review system is to be honest why should I saw great time with miz x and it was shit honesty is the best policy we all benefit from honesty

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    Theres nothing wrong with going against other reviewers as long as your review is honest.

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