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Okaybar got shut down!
#11
(05-22-2019, 07:44 AM)twilloughby Wrote: Then if you want to go with taxi, just tell the guy the address and name of the place and insist on going there. I suppose they can’t scam you if you know exactly where you are going, lol

As long as bars like Evebar are open and pay rewards up to 100€ per customer the taxi driver will always try to convince the passenger to try it. And in the process will try to change your mind about the place that you initially wanted to go to like Maxim or Babylon for example. The best idea actually is to take an UBER because they won't have any ulterior motives and will not collect bounty money.
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#12
Seems like they just wanted some quick money. As it got mentioned in the article, these methods only show a lack of a good business model
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#13
Exactly, and what a disappointment it is for the girls that worked there and thought it is a great opportunity. Smarter girls know how to find the clubs and brothels where it is truly worth working at
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#14
It was a business model that isn't sustainable for long term business. I knew it, you knew it, most people knew it but it worked as long as it did and the owner made a shitload of cash. Along with that came problems as well but for a while he made a fortune on the back of clients who got screwed. And it is also a shady strategy as far as a fair playing field is concerned. If this is the end with it, everybody can and shoulb be relieved.
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#15
how do they expect us to go such places if they dont even know how to start a proper website, it is laughable
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#16
(05-23-2019, 10:49 AM)xySpicka Wrote: how do they expect us to go such places if they dont even know how to start a proper website, it is laughable

that's the point. They never expected you to go there. They in full consciousness worked without a website because they wanted no exposure other than taxi traffic.

And BY THE WAY: you are all off-topic. Look at the thread title
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(05-23-2019, 11:18 AM)firestorm2012 Wrote: that's the point. They never expected you to go there. They in full consciousness worked without a website because they wanted no exposure other than taxi traffic.

that makes sense, their tactics were well thought out for sure
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#18
scamming clients is also an instant deal breaker and they never take into account how fast people share negative reviews on forums and by word of mouth, it is just funny how it backfires for them
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#19
(05-24-2019, 08:10 AM)Freeman92 Wrote:  it is just funny how it backfires for them

and definitely well deserved
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