Parking car at incall

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  1. sixtyearold

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    It doesn't matter what the situation is. A calm, confident, and self assured persona is always going to be the best way. This is true in all facets of life.
  2. sculptor69

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    Ah yes -saw her a week or so ago at a local place - she greeted me at the back door with the red awning - that's why this thread caught my eye. Have take the advice here to heart and be careful
  3. If it is a sting and they are arresting johns and they know you drove there they will take your car in most cases because it was used in committing the crime. In which case your car will be impounded so I would always take that into consideration when going to see a provider. As far as using the parking lot I usually case the parking lot to see if there are people just sitting in there cars and look out of place. Vans and typical cars that LE uses draw my attention as well as rooms with a connecting door between them. If I get spooked or feel something is not right I just get the hell out of there because a piece of ass is not worth getting arrested or robbed for. As far as going thru the lobby I try to make as little eye contact as possible and just act natural and make like you know where your going. A plastic bag and a take out menu goes a long way as well. They are used to seeing people get food deliveries so just walk in with bag in hand and take out menu in clear sight. Stay safe and happy hobbying
  4. sixtyearold

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    Actually I am referring to both motel and hotel alike. Most of the places are one or two story structures. The guys here know the places in Riverhead, Port Jefferson, Sayville, Hauppauge, Farmingdale, and East Meadow) for the Asian agencies. Holtsville and Bellport are the only places where the room entrances are internal (although Riverhead and East Meadow are somewhat internal for motor inns).

    Irregardless of the ambiguous terminology, I consciously maintain the same demeanor and approach for all. Many times I have even walked out side by side with the gal as she would go to pay the "rent" as they call it, stopping just short of entering the office, and parting our ways there so as not to push an awkwardness with the desk clerk and also so I don't deal with a situation of expectation for me to pay the tab
  5. genius

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    I assume you meant hotel and not motel when you posted that you " walk into the motel and up to the room with my I-pad in hand and head held high. ".

    Hotels are not the problem IMHO, but motels are; in the hotel it is expected that many people will be walking thru the lobby, etc., with valid reasons for being there whereas not so for people walking from and back to their car from a single motel room.
  6. sixtyearold

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    Your facial expressions and body language are the dead give aways. It is amazing what you can get away with if you are casual enough looking.

    I walk into the motel and up to the room with my I-pad in hand and head held high.

    I have done due diligence prior to be nearly 100% that it is not a sting and beyond that could not care any less about what other guests or hotel personnel may think.

    I am merely a guest of a paying patron visiting on "business". LOL (but true)
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  7. genius

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    Several posters on this site were adamant that you have a right and should not tell LE anything. I do not agree with that advice.
    Sounds like you did as you "would not fess up to anything."
    ps. another poster had a similar experience at the Americana. Sounds like this is a modus operandi for LE.
  8. genius

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    I have heard of stories, (and I know personally of one guy so, at least for him, this is not an urban legend) where a high earning guy got laid off from his firm. He never told anyone (friends, family) about it and left "for work" carrying his briefcase as usual. He would either spend his day looking for work and after that the rest of the day in a coffee shop reading the paper. For cash he would get cash advances from his credit cards. Of course eventually the lack of income caught up with his expenses (mortgage, insurance, car payments, credit cards maxed out, etc.) and the charade was up when collection people started calling his house. His wife was really pissed - not that he lost his job but that he let it get so far when he had some time to properly address the problem.
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  9. Slinky Bender

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    Speaking of briefcases:

    There was a fairly Famous Board poster years back. He had some issues and although he was an attorney, he lived some portion of his life as a homeless person. At one point he got a job at a firm and married a woman with an inheritance.

    But his many hobbies got the better of him and eventually he got fired. However every day he still left his rather large house in New Jersey with empty briefcase in hand and traveled to his girlfriend's place - a brothel in Manhattan. For money he embezzled from his wife's family's trust fund. He passed away not too long after his girlfriend The Madam did.
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  10. richlor

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    I think it really depends on the place the provider is at. Once I was pulled over by LE from a place in Hauppage that providers don't seem to use anymore. Needless to say it wound up with several tickets because I would not fess up to anythimg. Three court visits later and no shows by LE all tickets dropped. So I think it really boils down to where the provider is and for you to do your homework and know your surroundings.
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  11. vad1

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    The man has spoken!

    V
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  12. genius

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    Since the front lobby counter clerks work on shifts they have no idea if you legitimately checked in with some other clerk or not. Many people walk in and out of the lobby all day long whether or not they are checked in or not, e.g., meetings.
    Note however, I have spent over the years many days at hotel for legit business reasons but in all those times I never was let in a side door opened by a woman and I think that is simply a bad idea. If I was there to meet someone I either met them in the lobby or if I had their room # I simply walked to the room. Many times I had a briefcase, many times not.

    At the end of a business day I (and others there too) would be walking in/out of the hotel dressed in casual attire such as jeans - other times in business attire. Once I stayed at a hotel that had only vending machines for food and there was a another hotel within walking nearby that had a happy hour with complementary hot food and wine/beer for their guests - I just walked in like I belonged and helped myself.

    The point is just walk in like everyone else.

    Ps. If the place is a motel with all room doors facing the parking lot I think it is a bad idea to stop your car in that lot and use your cell phone to find out the room. I call from a nearby lot such as restaurant, get the room number, park right in front of the room and walk right up to the door.
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  13. Waterclone

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    LOL at the briefcase. It's a hotel, not an office. :)

    I just walk in like I am staying there.
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  14. Mr. Joyboy

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    I guess you know who my "well-respected companion" is, Sculptor, lol.
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  15. Mr. Joyboy

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    Yeah, I used to carry a manila envelope full of blank paper with me to and from providers homes or hotels. It kind of looks like you're doing legitimate work for them or vice versa. It won't fool the cops, but it may provide plausible deniability for the neighbors.
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  16. backseat

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    I actually carried an empty briefcase to visit Sophia, because I had to walk through the lobby, lol. I used to spend 3, or 4 night a week in a hotel. Now I'm in jeans so I thought it offered a little legitimacy. She got a laugh out of it.
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  17. sculptor69

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    Thanks for the insight Mr. Joyboy. Have to remember that on my next visit with our fvorite MILF.
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  18. lwnrllttf

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    Thanks Waterclone!
    You are absolutely right!
    Off I go guys!
  19. Waterclone

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    Hotels are used to people parking cars and walking in. They wouldn't notice a thing. I can only see that being an issue for an overnight stay, of you needed a parking pass or something.
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  20. lwnrllttf

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    Thanks guys for the quick response!
    Not necessarily nervous about a sting or someone following. Just concerned about the hotel being suspicious about me if I park my car at the lot. Don't want to bring any inconvenience to the ladies or myself.