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  1. #1707
    Quote Originally Posted by AussieGaigin  [View Original Post]
    These days, you don't need a big office to do this sort of thing, more likely to be in someone's lounge room.

    In Singapore recently I was surprised at the number of "offices" operating in the booths / tables in a McDonald's store. Just a couple of people with laptops and mobile phones and a pile of papers occupying a table, sponging on the free wi-fi for the price of a coffee. About 2/3 of the seating was given over to this, had a problem trying to find somewhere for my family to sit down and eat.
    You see the same at just about any coffee shop offering free wifi, Starbucks, Bo's. Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf shops come to mind.

    I always wonder how a place can make a buck when most of its seating is taken up by people freeloading off the wifi.

    World wide problem, especially bad near universities and anyplace with a lot of students.

    They should at least shop off the power supplies so people eventuality have to move on.

  2. #1706
    Quote Originally Posted by EngineDriver  [View Original Post]

    They must have a big office set up somewhere in China where they control all of these operations. You can be assured they have stolen enough photos of pretty girls to create fake IDs and profiles. You can imagine how many 1,000s of people around the globe they are scamming 24/7 at any given moment and how many millions they are raking in.
    These days, you don't need a big office to do this sort of thing, more likely to be in someone's lounge room.

    In Singapore recently I was surprised at the number of "offices" operating in the booths / tables in a McDonald's store. Just a couple of people with laptops and mobile phones and a pile of papers occupying a table, sponging on the free wi-fi for the price of a coffee. About 2/3 of the seating was given over to this, had a problem trying to find somewhere for my family to sit down and eat.

  3. #1705

    Military Romance Scam

    Something that also crops up on Tantan is the military romance scam. Basically, you "match" with a female soldier from the US Army / Air Force / Navy who is stationed in Kuwait, Iraq or Afghanistan. They work in some highly classified, top secret area, where communication with the outside area is very difficult for security reasons. Soon after connecting on Tantan, they will quickly switch you to Viber. Apparently texting on Viber is okay, but video calls are banned (first red flag). They then continue the romance on line through Viber for many weeks. They will then send you several photos of themselves in military and civilian clothes to establish their bonafides. They will even send you a video of what life on their military base is like. This is a general release video from the US military and is on YouTube. Then they will ask you to send them an iTunes card as a gift because these cards are all sold out at their base canteen. When asked why they can't just order one on line, they say they can't order things on line due to security reasons. When asked the address to send the card to, the will give you an untraceable gmail account (red flag 2). All US military personnel have a dot Mil email address. I just said I would get around to it and then ignored it. They won't push on the iTunes card very much.

    After another week of talking about candlelight dinners, exotic holidays together and wanting children, they say they need to video chat. Apparently they have just received approval to have a personal laptop and would I facilitate the purchase?(red flag 3). They don't have access to their US bank accounts while on deployment (red flag 4), so could their Accounts Officer deposit the money in my account? At this point, I disconnected.

    What I think would happen is that for some reason, they can't get the money to me, so they would ask me to buy the laptop and then send it to them. They also have my bank account details, name and email address at this point. It could lead to extortion or syphoning of my accounts. I'm thinking this is a Nigerian scam as it is a bit more elaborate than the bitcoin scam and needs a better command of English.

    Things to watch out for or be aware of:

    1. Female soldier based in a war zone.

    2. Stolen pictures of an innocent person in both uniform and civilian clothes are used to create a profile.

    3. Pictures will be of an enlisted person, but the scammer will say they are an officer. They have no idea about rank structure.

    4. There are no restrictions on US military people making phone or video calls off duty. If they refuse to video chat, you know it's a scam straight away.

    5. There are no restrictions on US military people owning laptops and using the internet while off duty.

    6. An Accounts Officer does not control their bank accounts or spending habits.

    7. The military covers all of their living and medical costs whilst on deployment, so they don't need handouts from people on dating sites.

    8. English won't be perfect as you would expect from an American. In fact, some of the expressions used are quite strange and not American at all. (Probably Nigerian)

    9. They have a very poor grasp of geography

    10. End game is to suck your bank account dry through extortion, blackmail, lap top purchases, sending money for air tickets, medical expenses or just outright theft.

    11. They will make nonsensical statements like, "I've been approved for a laptop because of my personality" and "The Accounts Officer controls our spending because some people's families back home spend their husbands' money frivolously while they are away, and there's been a lot of complaints".

  4. #1704
    Quote Originally Posted by AussieGaigin  [View Original Post]
    I've had a similar experience recently with a young HK "gold trader" on WeChat. She said she was in Sydney on a holiday, and looking for good places to visit and eat. She was very vague when I asked where she was staying, didn't know the address, only how to get there. She gave me a name of a hotel which I couldn't trace. When I invited her to have a coffee, she decides she is "going back to HK tomorrow". She keeps sending me occasional friendly messages, about what she is doing, how well her gold trading is going. Same as your example, her "moments" include regular reports on the market, with photos of her "wins". Alarm bells started ringing when I asked where she lived in HK "on the island or mainland?" and she replies "no, I live in HK" After a bit more prompting from me, she decides she lives in Kowloon.

    Anyway, yesterday's message was "are you interested in trading in gold? No thanks, but I'll be interested in her next move.
    Yes, two of the four bitcoin traders I came across "were on holiday" in Sydney, while one "lived" here. As in your experience, no one would say exactly where they were staying. Before I got too close, two "departed" for China very quickly as their businesses in China apparently needed their urgent attention. One claimed to be the CFO of a major import / export business and when I quizzed her about CFO stuff, she was unable to answer in any meaningful way. The one that lived here said she had a Ferrari back home in China, but was unable to say anything about the car, other than it was red in colour.

    They must have a big office set up somewhere in China where they control all of these operations. You can be assured they have stolen enough photos of pretty girls to create fake IDs and profiles. You can imagine how many 1,000s of people around the globe they are scamming 24/7 at any given moment and how many millions they are raking in.

    In summary, look out for the following:

    1. Very pretty Chinese girl, usually an 8+.

    2. Gallery will have pictures of lobster dinners, Chanel bags, holidays abroad.

    3. They will be successful businesswomen. Wholesale trading, cosmetics, retail, training, corporate executives etc.

    4. Bitcoins won't be introduced until a few days later.

    5. Conversation will not be about dating / sex / meetings. It will be about general life in order to establish trust over a few weeks.

    6. They find their mark and play the long con. It might take weeks before they can access your bank accounts.

    7. They will attempt to get you interested in quick profits from Bitcoins and for you to envy their success.

  5. #1703
    Quote Originally Posted by CrocodileDunde  [View Original Post]
    Searched for a while on the Internet and then decided to visit Massage Broadway. Wanted around the corner in the Glebe Markets and just walked in there. The store has two entrances and I have not met anyone. At the reception stands a Chinese man who remembers Bill Gates. He took the money.

    There were a few Asian girls and I chose Natasha. I was taken to a room. The room was clean and has a shower. I could take a shower and lay down on the table. Then Natasha came in.

    The girl did a good job. The massage was OK. I chose the normal program without extras. B2B was included. The happy ending has introduced the lady very sensitively.

    https://www.massagebroadway.com

    Address: Broadway, Glebe, Sydney.

    45 Minutes, 110 AUD.
    This is a very well run shop, well above the standard RnT offering in Sydney. Premises were previously a full FS brothel, so there are large rooms with adjoining showers. Architecture is original 1920's, tastefully restored.

    Alice is very particular about the quality of her girls, any justifiable complaints will see such girls sent on their way.

    As per the website, price includes body slide and HJ, some girls ("opened minded" in their profile) offer CBJ as extra.

  6. #1702
    Quote Originally Posted by EngineDriver  [View Original Post]
    I've been playing around with Tantan recently and "matched" with a few hot looking Chinese girls who are based in China. The first alarm bell that should go off is when you consider why a pretty young Chinese girl (non-hooker) would match with me (or you). The second alarm will go off when you get a fraud warning message from Tantan when you accept the invitation. This has probably been brought about by complaints they have received. This is shown in the picture below. They will then get you to chat with them on WeChat or someother platform and get you off Tantan altogether. If you get past all this, they will then cultivate a friendship over a few weeks. Nothing sexual, but just general chit chat about life and how well they are doing in business and in bitcoin trading. Note that bitcoin trading is illegal in China, so when asked about this, they will say they have an offshore account. There will be plenty of pictures on their profile pages about celebrations, buying brand name goods, holidays etc to give the illusion of success. Periodically, they will step out of the conversation to "check the charts". A few hours later they will come back show you a fake trading slip showing that they made USD $40 K or $25 K etc from bitcoin trading. I know that you can make profits on volatility, but short term trading is a zero sum game and it's not possible to consistently make money like this on bitcoin. There is no established pattern for bitcoin and the trend analysis is meaningless. It's not as if it's based on anything tangible.

    So the friendship will continue and they will encourage you to consider bitcoins since it's so easy to get rich and apparently everyone in China is rolling in bitcoin profits. They will then offer to teach you how to trade. This is through helping you set up a simulation account with one of their brokers who is in on the scam. They will then ask you to give them your name, email and address. At this point I said goodbye and bailed out. I just wanted to go as far as possible to see what they were up to.

    If you go beyond this step, I think they will show that you have made huge dummy profits on the simulation trades. After a few days, they will ask if you now want to trade for real since you are now ready to make millions. Once you hand them your bank account details or deposit the capital into your real trading account, you can imagine where it will go. Bitcoin is completely unregulated, so if you lose your cash, there is no recourse.
    I've had a similar experience recently with a young HK "gold trader" on WeChat. She said she was in Sydney on a holiday, and looking for good places to visit and eat. She was very vague when I asked where she was staying, didn't know the address, only how to get there. She gave me a name of a hotel which I couldn't trace. When I invited her to have a coffee, she decides she is "going back to HK tomorrow". She keeps sending me occasional friendly messages, about what she is doing, how well her gold trading is going. Same as your example,her "moments" include regular reports on the market, with photos of her "wins". Alarm bells started ringing when I asked where she lived in HK "on the island or mainland?" and she replies "no, I live in HK" After a bit more prompting from me, she decides she lives in Kowloon.

    Anyway, yesterday's message was "are you interested in trading in gold? No thanks, but I'll be interested in her next move.

  7. #1701

    Angela at Marlenes, Alexandria

    I saw Angela this week at Marlenes. She's a super friendly Thai girl whom I've seen a few times before. She's put on about 10 lbs since I last saw her and is no longer a perfect spinner, but still has a pretty face and beautiful, long black hair. Perfectly okay.

    The service from Angela was exceptional. I guess you could say it was PSE, as apart from anal (which I didn't ask about), everything else was available, combined with a 10/10 for attitude.

    DFK, BBBJ, DATY, AR (on me), AR (on her), spitting, COB, and FIA was all provided without hesitation. Furthermore, she gave me a nice neck massage at the end to make sure we hit 30 minutes. You cannot ask for more. It's a bargain at $125 for 30 minutes.

    I've been to Marelene's about 40 times now and I've only had 1 bad session. My three favourite girls there are Angela, Eva and the legendary, Colombian supermodel Lena. All are 10/10 performers.

    There's also a super cute, baby faced Indonesian spinner there who wears a naughty sailor suit. She's fun. I just can't remember her name.

  8. #1700

    Massagebroadway, Natascha.

    Searched for a while on the Internet and then decided to visit Massage Broadway. Wanted around the corner in the Glebe Markets and just walked in there. The store has two entrances and I have not met anyone. At the reception stands a Chinese man who remembers Bill Gates. He took the money.

    There were a few Asian girls and I chose Natasha. I was taken to a room. The room was clean and has a shower. I could take a shower and lay down on the table. Then Natasha came in.

    The girl did a good job. The massage was OK. I chose the normal program without extras. B2B was included. The happy ending has introduced the lady very sensitively.

    https://www.massagebroadway.com

    Address: Broadway, Glebe, Sydney.

    45 Minutes, 110 AUD.

    Natasha, Thailand, 163 cm, 46 kg, dress 6, slim hourglass 34 C / D-23-33, light tanned silky skin, age 26.

    (Sweet. GFE 9, Massage 7-8, English 8, Conversation 9).

    (Sexy exotic girl, Thai actress looking, long dark hair).

  9. #1699

    Chinese Bitcoin Scammers on Tantan

    I've been playing around with Tantan recently and "matched" with a few hot looking Chinese girls who are based in China. The first alarm bell that should go off is when you consider why a pretty young Chinese girl (non-hooker) would match with me (or you). The second alarm will go off when you get a fraud warning message from Tantan when you accept the invitation. This has probably been brought about by complaints they have received. This is shown in the picture below. They will then get you to chat with them on WeChat or someother platform and get you off Tantan altogether. If you get past all this, they will then cultivate a friendship over a few weeks. Nothing sexual, but just general chit chat about life and how well they are doing in business and in bitcoin trading. Note that bitcoin trading is illegal in China, so when asked about this, they will say they have an offshore account. There will be plenty of pictures on their profile pages about celebrations, buying brand name goods, holidays etc to give the illusion of success. Periodically, they will step out of the conversation to "check the charts". A few hours later they will come back show you a fake trading slip showing that they made USD $40 K or $25 K etc from bitcoin trading. I know that you can make profits on volatility, but short term trading is a zero sum game and it's not possible to consistently make money like this on bitcoin. There is no established pattern for bitcoin and the trend analysis is meaningless. It's not as if it's based on anything tangible.

    So the friendship will continue and they will encourage you to consider bitcoins since it's so easy to get rich and apparently everyone in China is rolling in bitcoin profits. They will then offer to teach you how to trade. This is through helping you set up a simulation account with one of their brokers who is in on the scam. They will then ask you to give them your name, email and address. At this point I said goodbye and bailed out. I just wanted to go as far as possible to see what they were up to.

    If you go beyond this step, I think they will show that you have made huge dummy profits on the simulation trades. After a few days, they will ask if you now want to trade for real since you are now ready to make millions. Once you hand them your bank account details or deposit the capital into your real trading account, you can imagine where it will go. Bitcoin is completely unregulated, so if you lose your cash, there is no recourse.
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  10. #1698
    Quote Originally Posted by PapaCarter  [View Original Post]
    Awesome brother. Could you provide little more details on the massage services availed and the costs?

    Cheers.
    He's given you the web link to the place. Everything is there if you click on it. Seems like a licensed brothel as they advertise FS on their website.

  11. #1697

    Details?

    Awesome brother. Could you provide little more details on the massage services availed and the costs?

    Cheers.

    Quote Originally Posted by DocInHeat  [View Original Post]
    After a long plane ride I arrived to a wet, cold day and just wanted a massage. This was the highest rated on yelp, so I gave it a try. The Chinese masseuse was hard to understand and I think was really pretty. 15 or 20 years ago. Still I was fine with what I got, since I had limited time and it was close to where I was staying. The massage was adequate and I guess she thought I was ok. I actually got full service.

    silkymassagesydney.com

  12. #1696

    Golden Apple- Avoid.

    I almost forgot. This is probably the worst brothel in all of Sydney. Don't go here. You have to pay before you enter. When I went, there were hot girls there, but they said they were all booked for appts and just waiting for clients. At first I thought they were lying. So at least the receptionist let me chill in the lounge until someone arrived. But they could've told me no one was available before they took my money at the front. Then the receptionist rudely asked me "what do you want" as if she was annoyed with me.

    Eventually a young Fijian Indian girl (she looked white) showed up and I booked with her. The session was crap. She purposefully gave me a bad CBJ because she didn't want to give me a BJ at all. Throughout the session, she was also bragging about guys paying her large amounts of money just to spend time with her. She was kind of egotistical and selfish. Not humble or nice at all.

    Crappy establishment with crappy girls and crappy service. Avoid.

  13. #1695

    New in town looking for B2 B Oil Massage

    Good afternoon,

    After checking a lot of the Massage and Brothel Websites at Sydney I am confused a little bit. I am quite new in town and I am looking for a erotic B2B oil massage. Is B2B offered just on the table or is there a massage parlor with a comfortable matraze too or do I have to choose a brothel to find this service. I would appreciate any recommendation.

    Many Tanks in advance.

    CD.

  14. #1694

    Lady Boy Alert

    This person below advertises as a sexy, pretty massage girl on WeChat. In fact she is not a girl at all, but a lady boy. I had lucky escape. I booked to see her (it?) and when I was in the lift with her going to her apartment, I noticed she didn't quite look right. Quite tall and her face looked odd. Then when she opened her mouth to speak a few words, I knew for sure. It was a high piched, male voice. I just made an excuse that I forgot to take money out of the machine, caught the lift back down and fled. I think she knew I was onto the scam as she didn't try to call me back.

    I've nothing against lady boys, but don't like scammers.
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  15. #1693

    Real-time Posts and English

    Quote Originally Posted by EngineDriver  [View Original Post]
    Not at all, I interpreted it as if the $600 extras was on top of the base $400 fee. Now I understand that the extras were only $200.

    I was going to say that if it was $1,000 you could fly to Bangkok, fuck two hookers and fly back again and still have change.

    All good. Glad you are enjoying the sites of Sydney.
    Ah makes sense. Damn English language. I can easily see how it sounded that way. I try to post as real time as possible so this was with Jack and Coke in hand and foggy with post-coital bliss.

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