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I contacted him and will continue pursuing meeting him, as he seems real, sincere and sane. Plus I find him quite attractive and he likes to do what I proposed we do when we meet.

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"Richardwess" is a creation of Milan Rysa. In other words, it's fake. How do I know? Richardwess came to my house this very afternoon in the form of Milan Rysa. Explain that.

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RexB, what did you do when Milan showed up?

 

He texted me that he was about to arrive at my house so I went down to meet him and let him in. When he approached I saw immediately not only that he was not the guy in the pics, but I recognized who he was because I had seen him twice before when I got fooled by him and booked him based on his fake pics ads on Rentboy. I became aware of who he really was after the second time I saw him. The first time I went through with the encounter, very unsatisfactory, but I was new to hiring escorts and it was the first time I met a fake so I wasn't savvy at getting myself out of such a situation. The second time I told him he wasn't the person in the pics and he went ballistic and cursed me out and then continued to send me a barrage texts calling me names and insulting me even though I didn't respond to any of them.

Yesterday, when he walked up I told him he's not the guy in the pics and he said something like, "You haven't even seen me yet", I would presume implying that his body was just as good as the one in the pics. His face is nothing like the one in the ad pics (nor does he any longer look like the picture in the article about the dog). I flatly made it clear that the hire was not going to happen so he turned around and left. Luckily, there were people standing right around him so he didn't make a scene. I am a little concerned that now he knows where I live, however.

 

I reported the ad to Rentmen yesterday and received this reply this morning:

 

<<Thank you for your message.

Recently a picture verification was sent to the user.

 

We got his verification, so we only advices him to update his pictures.

According to the verification, the user is the same as the person on the

pictures. >>

 

This response does not help to build my confidence in Rentmen's verification process at all seeing as how it was a total failure.

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Well, it looks like he took down most of his pictures. As of this evening, he only has one left. He's still using one of the photos of the same NY model he originally stole from, but he's cropped off the guy's head.

 

There are a lot of things I like about Rentmen. But their verification system is NOT one of them. Their reply was deeply disappointing, though not entirely surprising, given some of the other stories we've all read on here.

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I didn't give up after that flaccid response from RM. I wrote them again and sent the Instagram and Twitter links of the guy who the pictures were stolen from showing the very same pics that the fraud used on the ad. They must have told the faker to clean up his act, though throwing him out completely would have been a more effective move.

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