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Timmmm

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Joined Dec 4, 2021
Messages 3
Ok so I decided to get an escort girl for the first time ever in my life. I live in Niagara region. I contacted a girl I liked and she came, although she looked a lot darker than she did in the pictures, and some of the pictures were fake as it clearly wasn't her. But the main picture was her. So we chatted for a bit as I was nervous, she asked for 2 hours etransfer and I paid her. I wasn't that familiar with e transfers so I logged into easy web and let her do it. I was watching her the whole time. About 20 mins in she said she needed to get lube from her car. I went to the washroom upstairs to see if I have any lube . I was gone for about 30 seconds and left my phone with td easy web still running and my wallet in front of her. When I came bak I said I couldn't find any, and she rushed out to get it from her car. I sat on the couch and she was gone completely. Now my concern is what if she took pictures of my visa and debit card and can spend more money, but she doesn;t know the password?? Another concern is that my SIN was in the wallet..... What should I do?? I cancelled my visa and debit about 3 hours later but nothing was taken. NOW the thing that worries if me if I should go to the police is the text that she sent me shortly after she disappeared it said "HELP ME". And I did a bit of googling and saw the stories about human trafficing. BUT then, 15 minutes later I saw thaat she reposted the same ad so I think I have just been scammed and that's it? Any advice???
 

wasabiTO

Senior Member
Joined Jul 9, 2017
Messages 3
If you ever decide to see escorts again you should stick with Agency Girls, or well reviewed Independent Girls.

Seems like she wanted to get 2 hours worth of pay from you for < 20 minutes work. She mainly wanted THAT cash, not interested in identity theft or trying to steal your credit/debit cards as she'd need the pin. She could possibly have taken them and used the tap-to-pay for low purchases, but you did the right thing by cancelling them right away. Consider it a loss and stick to well reviewed ladies in the future, if you stick to agency girls you'll have more positive experiences.
 

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