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Re: Self bumping threads
« Reply #2 on: August 23, 2020, 11:41:59 PM »
Itís also very unprofessional to message another forum member to ask if they are planning on partying with a certain girl when itís none of your business LOL

There are a lot of customers that see different girls and there are new ladies that don't know who is seeing who. If you are new or just don't know then how can you be at fault? If the customer says they are already with someone or going to party with someone then you should say okay and wish them well. It's that simple.

Approaching a customer that has a well known and  established relationship with one of the ladies with the intention of taking that customer is unacceptable. If another ladies customers approaches you then you should let them know  so they can ask the customer if something is wrong. You should always give a lady the chance to salvage a relationship with her regular. Any sort of shady moves are more than likely going to be considered dirty hustling. Whatever the customer's decision is you may not like it but you represent the Mustang and you should wish them well and let it go.


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Self bumping threads
« Reply #1 on: August 21, 2020, 01:50:01 PM »
There are two ways to self bump a thread of yours. One is a professional & Classy way. The other is the tacky unprofessional way

Professional way: make a new post with new comments maybe add a new pic & something witty

Unprofessional tacky way: take few day old post, copy/paste it into new post & delete old post so it looks new & appears at 1st glance to be new but to everyone who saw it a few days ago shows how unimaginative & unprofessional you are

Both ways get your old topic to the top of the forum just one way shows effort & class while the other shows laziness, lack of imagination & a desire to deceive an independent message board dedicated to LPIN where clients and Courtesans can interact