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Attractive new profile on Leolist.

Accepted me immediately despite my lack of recommendations. Identified herself freely as Sarah Cooke. Assured me that no deposit was expected and accepts cash only. Told her I was going to the bank for cash, and no objections raised. Arrived at Holiday Inn Express and only then invoiced by per "pimp" Diamond Escorts for a $500 etransfer "security deposit" before meeting. Would not consent to being seen prior to payment being made. After I refused IMO the image she texted as temptation to cave was not the same girl as "Sarah" in the LL ad.

This pattern was identical - except for the form of irreversible payment - as Jane/Lover00022 who solicited me through Adultfriendfinder.com two weeks earlier. Even the "I don't understand' playing dumb. I have not Google searched her photos yet. Maybe she is legit, but having been almost scammed once, I'd rather stay horny than end up still horny, stood up, feeling like an idiot, and $500 poorer. This is preciselty the pattern that was warned against in reviews here. Thanks Lyla. Now, any legit Escorts want to helpo me out?

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2 hours ago, Kilo21 said:

Pics are a pornstar named Sarah Vandella, it's a definite scam

Follow-up. Is it legit for a SP to ask for an etransfer before meeting? How does the client avoid being scammed? But, also how does the SP protect herself and be assured of payment?

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15 hours ago, Orpheo12 said:

Follow-up. Is it legit for a SP to ask for an etransfer before meeting? How does the client avoid being scammed? But, also how does the SP protect herself and be assured of payment?

   I'm not sure why this is so complicated as this applies to any businesses that may ask some form of deposits.

   Do some research and know who you're dealing with. If the person/business has a solid reputation and multiple reviews from credible sources, a deposit shouldn't be a concern.

    But if the person/business has no credentials or feedback, this is where sending funds can get very risky.

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