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Author Topic: [ANN][🔥PRE - ICO OPEN🔥] LUST: DECENTRALIZED SEX MARKETPLACE WITH ESCROW!  (Read 31638 times)
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November 07, 2017, 01:38:26 AM
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By the way, no one thought that what Likewise says isn't entirely true?
What do you mean by making such a statement?
They are unlikely to get rid of pimps. They can just as easily use Lust application
It seems to me that if the customer encounters a pimp, he will report to the support service and this account will block
I'm not sure that tech support will work. Yes, and not every client to spend time on it
I do not quite agree with this. I think if the service is called upon to get rid of third parties in this process, the client will somehow announce the presence of the pimp
Yes, I also thought about it. Surely the client will be unpleasant and he will at least not come to this girl
And you did not think that the pimp can not just show up? He can simply use the account, communicate with the client and tell the girl when the client comes to her
Pimps are not always evil. I think it's something like sales managers
Hahah, this is a bad comparison. With the same success can be encouraged openly criminal activity
They perform the same functions as sales managers, but these are pimps are one of the main causes of cruelty in the field of sex services
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November 07, 2017, 01:38:46 AM
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By the way, no one thought that what Likewise says isn't entirely true?
What do you mean by making such a statement?
They are unlikely to get rid of pimps. They can just as easily use Lust application
It seems to me that if the customer encounters a pimp, he will report to the support service and this account will block
I'm not sure that tech support will work. Yes, and not every client to spend time on it
I do not quite agree with this. I think if the service is called upon to get rid of third parties in this process, the client will somehow announce the presence of the pimp
Yes, I also thought about it. Surely the client will be unpleasant and he will at least not come to this girl
And you did not think that the pimp can not just show up? He can simply use the account, communicate with the client and tell the girl when the client comes to her
Pimps are not always evil. I think it's something like sales managers
Hahah, this is a bad comparison. With the same success can be encouraged openly criminal activity
They perform the same functions as sales managers, but these are pimps are one of the main causes of cruelty in the field of sex services
Indeed, pimps are terrible. You should not even think about legitimizing their activities. It's like a slave trade
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November 08, 2017, 09:33:48 AM
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