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  1. Thanks, Buck!
  2. The best we can do is filter for scammer commonalities, ask specific questions, insist on answers, and send no money at all.
  3. It is my opinion, and interpretation of my own experiences, that many or most of the young men offering their services on here are primarily looking for one of three things - free housing, free money, or "being spoiled." They are universally, none of them, ready to actually perform services that would make their presence in one's home worthwhile. I have negotiated with four house boy candidates thus far who have showed up for a trial run; none were successful. I have negotiated with another five, each of whom I had a similar experience in sending them money to travel here, airline tickets, etc., and they each of them took the money and "ran" in an internet ghosting sense. All five maintain active profiles on this site. There are some who are very appealing, but reject my interest because I don't meet their particular BDSM or role play needs. I believe that one of the first questions that must be answered by a prospective houseboy must be what their current housing situation is. Many of these lads are homeless, or about to be. If a prospective houseboy will not clearly answer this question, one should move on to other candidates regardless of how pretty his pictures are.
  4. DJHJD

    Devinbrn5010 ALERT

    Can't say I'm surprised; done it several times myself. One just has to establish the amount of money one is willing to gamble, knowing that there is a very high probability that nothing will come of it.
  5. DJHJD

    FAKE ALERT

    Eastern European. As I recall, he's not in the USA. Another quick, two message conversation and then silence.
  6. DJHJD

    Rehoming house boy

    I heard from these folks or someone like them several years ago.
  7. DJHJD

    Scam ALERT

    His profile is using that Flushing NY address that is generally associated with scammers. Flushing is part of Queens. He's telling you he's in Rochester several hundred miles away.
  8. I talked to him for part of a day by SMS. He turned into a ghost thereafter. He can spell and punctuate, which is fantasy material these days. Other than that, I cannot speak to whether he's real or not.
  9. DJHJD

    FAKE ALERT

    He hit me up; saw he was out of the country and didn't respond
  10. DJHJD

    FAKE ALERT

    This one lasted two and a half days of his two week agreed upon trial stay. I had to remove the toilet seat to fully clean it. I keep seeing these profiles that are suggesting the would be houseboys are homeless. Yikes.
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    FAKE ALERT

    An utter disaster. Nothing he had said before coming was true; he turned out to be long term homeless with only the clothing on his back and no interest in doing anything but occupying space. Sent him on his way immediately.
  12. DJHJD

    FAKE ALERT

    Well, I take that back. He showed up, just two weeks later.
  13. DJHJD

    craigslist shut down

    At least here in Houston, doublelist is nearly entirely populated by deeply closeted men who can only access their desires by pretending to be women...
  14. DJHJD

    FAKE ALERT

    Another scammer - Seeking 4339 - goes by Tyler. Got me for the price of a non-refundable bus ticket for an initial visit. Dropped out of communication immediately thereafter. Even got a state ID from him that seemed to legitimize everything. Oh, well.
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