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Besides limiting hires to well reviewed escorts, any tips on better protecting self and belongings when a little known hire comes to your hotel room? All I can think of is locking billfold in a vault.

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In the States I've never had this concern, but I usually have put my personal belongings into drawers or into the closet. I never have anything really of much value with me

in my hotel rooms, thus this HAS NOT been a problem, but if I do, you can rest assured that all valuables are in my room's safe are or discreetly hidden in the room.

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In the States I've never had this concern, but I usually have put my personal belongings into drawers or into the closet. I never have anything really of much value with me

in my hotel rooms, thus this HAS NOT been a problem, but if I do, you can rest assured that all valuables are in my room's safe are or discreetly hidden in the room.

 

For me also, I agree with AX. Everything is in the hotel safe and I do not wear any jewelery of value. If I need to retrieve money from the safe, I will ask the escort to step out for a moment. Unless I have been with the escort before then I generally am more relaxed about my personal belongings.

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I'm unimpressed by safes in hotel rooms. If I'm traveling by car, I usually lock all but the essentials in the trunk for the duration. I mean what's the probability of being assaulted and having your car stolen simultaneously. And were that to happen, "valuables" might not be your primary concern. But the best protection is meeting and getting comfortable with your escort before getting to the room, like in the hotel bar or restaurant. That preliminary quick drink or light libation may be the best insurance you can buy. IMHO of course.

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I'm unimpressed by safes in hotel rooms. If I'm traveling by car, I usually lock all but the essentials in the trunk for the duration. I mean what's the probability of being assaulted and having your car stolen simultaneously. And were that to happen, "valuables" might not be your primary concern. But the best protection is meeting and getting comfortable with your escort before getting to the room, like in the hotel bar or restaurant. That preliminary quick drink or light libation may be the best insurance you can buy. IMHO of course.

 

But aren't the odds of having your car stolen higher than your chances of being assaulted? Depends on your locale, of course, but I remember a thread not too long ago about the rates of car theft across the country.

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If I am inviting an escort to meet me in a hotel room, I have the money ready in an envelope in a nighttable drawer. My wallet and any valuables will be in the safe.

 

This would be "standard operating procedure" for those who do Working Guy INCALLS to Hotels...also for those Working Guys who do INCALLS in Hotels.

 

Don't forget the odds are the Working Guy has more CASH in his room than a Client usually would IF he was a Popular Traveler :confused:

 

I've known some guys to have a nice Bulge in both their Undies and Hotels Safes... No Names! ;)

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If I'm seeing someone I've never been with before I generally take the precaution of keeping my valuables (wallet, etc) out of sight ... as in: "out of sight, out of mind, out of another's sticky fingers." I also don't shower (unless it's WITH the escort) until after the Escort leaves. That way, I'm not leaving him alone with my things.

 

Now, with guys I know ... i.e., regulars ... I don't take those precautions. Still, I keep my wallet put away as well as my other valuables as a matter of course.

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If you feel the need .. hide your valuables somewhere a tweaked out escort won't look.

 

For example, in hotel rooms:

 

-Ice bin

-Bathroom

-Light Fixtures

-coffee pots (if not clear/made of glass)

 

Do NOT think you're being sly by putting valuables in a cuppboard, drawer, desk, nightstand, underneath/inside a bible, under a telephone etc. These are not 'unique' hiding spots

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Maybe I'm being too lax, but I just first make sure that I have the money somewhere separate from everything else so I can quickly get to it when payment time comes and just hand it to the buy - desk drawer, wherever.

 

Everything else I just usually stick in an inside pocket in my carry bag, close up the bag and stick it in the closet and close the door. I figure that it's enough steps away from sticky fingers that I'd know something was going on before anybody found anything. If I have lots of cash with me for some reason and there is a safe I'll use it, but again have everything I need for the session out so there's no need to go into the safe. All you really need is cash and the other kind of protection so wonderfully illustrated above - so stick everything away somewhere and forget about it.

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Besides limiting hires to well reviewed escorts, any tips on better protecting self and belongings when a little known hire comes to your hotel room? All I can think of is locking billfold in a vault.

 

I think that if you're worried about protecting (your)self and your belongings you shouldn't invite anyone to your hotel room to start with.

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I think that if you're worried about protecting (your)self and your belongings you shouldn't invite anyone to your hotel room to start with.[/color]

 

Well said, Steven. I was about to make a similar comment, but you beat me to it :)

 

Besides, I would be more worried about inviting an escort in my home, not so much in a hotel room. I don't understand the obsession with hotel room security. What's the big deal? That's why you have safety boxes.

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I think hotel rooms are a lot safer. Now home I get very worried, because then they know where you live. Hotels generally have security or at least a receptionist and you can just walk out of your room, if things get antsy.

 

Generally, well reviewed escorts do not seem to present this issue. They charge a bit and many seem to be somewhat affluent. Some even more than some of their clients-if they manage their money wisely.

 

Now if you bring a drug addled $20 a pop one from the street-well you get what you paid for.

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At the time I "travelled" extensively at home and abroad, my "valuables" were placed, receipted, in the hotel safe. In the event that I kept any paper money, apart from the escort's fee, or "ID" on hand in my room, I pulled out a random drawer from a desk or chest and secreted the items in the area beneath the drawer before replacing it.

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At the time I "travelled" extensively at home and abroad, my "valuables" were placed, receipted, in the hotel safe. In the event that I kept any paper money, apart from the escort's fee, or "ID" on hand in my room, I pulled out a random drawer from a desk or chest and secreted the items in the area beneath the drawer before replacing it.

 

What about protection from quotation marks? :p

 

I mean, really... even "ID" gets put in quotes?!?

 

...actually, now that I myself just "did" it, I'm starting to see the "fun" one can really "have" with "quotation marks."

"Cool!"

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