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Do you recommend switching locations?

Hardhippy

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#1
Hey all, it's probably my own paranoia but it's something on my mind and figured I'd ask here. Started going to amp's in the beginning of October and have gone back at least once a week to the same spot. (I know, I should probably dial it back hah.) My car is an older one, one you don't see around much, so if it keeps showing up in that parking lot it's bound to get noticed I would assume. My question is, should I switch to different locations?
 

Hardhippy

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#3
Half hour to 45 minute drive away from home base is good for anonymity. Be a business man with high end clientele is why I choose to not monger close to where I work.
Yeah I'm traveling 35 mins away, just keep going to the same place. Maybe I should park in a lot near by and walk over.
 

computers9402

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#8
A lot of these places have storefronts mixed in among other retail stores or business officers. They hold business licenses from the municipalities so there’s a veneer of legitimacy to the public at large.

The non-mongering civilians don’t think about the difference between a FS AMP,
Standard AMP, or Asian massage. It just doesn’t register on their radar- generally speaking. I live in a town near the 46 stretch of AMPS and no one in my family had any idea about them and they’ve been in those strip malls/drove by countless times lol

So stick with what works for you bud.
 

Stankey

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Reviews: 9
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#9
I wouldn’t worry about it. The risk is running into someone you know. That can happen anywhere and isn’t a function of being a repeat customer. Just don’t go too close to home.
It did happen to me once when I made the mistake of going too local. Fortunately, it was on the way in and not the way out and the strip mall had a pizza place. I diverted and the person didn’t suspect anything. The pizza was decent at least.
 

jester4u2022

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#12
One of the other things to think about is friends of your significant other recognizing your car pulling in and out of places. Strip malls and parking in another lot and just walking over is the most optimal. I'm thinking how I park across the street at HNS. Park near the pizza shop for Nyack spa, etc you get the point. But I always have to think about when I get home "oh, susie saw you and your car in xyz"....now avoiding that is key.
 

rottie

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#13
One of the other things to think about is friends of your significant other recognizing your car pulling in and out of places. Strip malls and parking in another lot and just walking over is the most optimal. I'm thinking how I park across the street at HNS. Park near the pizza shop for Nyack spa, etc you get the point. But I always have to think about when I get home "oh, susie saw you and your car in xyz"....now avoiding that is key.
Fucking Susie...
 

WTF007

BONDGIRLS
Messages: 323
Reviews: 27
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#15
I try to never park right where my car can be scene on camera. That's the extent of my major paranoia. If women go into the "foot spa" that I also frequent, I don't worry as much. What, are they doing anything they shouldn't be? It's the places where the AMP is the only real reason to go to a location that I park away from the storefront. This give me the option to turn into that rug store that is going out of business ;)
 

Jacktheman

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#16
I try to always park a distance away from the spa and prefer to go at night. Raids, which are rare, typically occur during the day.
 
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