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Thursday, July 4, 2013

Few things on safety

Many young girls enter the scene forgetting the possible safety repercussions of being an online financial dominatrix. Yes,  your safety can be at risk if you're not cautious or smart. There are many psychos on the internet. You have to be careful whenever dealing with strangers online even if you're a badass Dominatrix. I am going to talk about safety precautions you should take when it comes to safety.

Amazon Wishlist
The other day I got a question about amazon wishlists. This person didn't realize that a person can receive the shipping adress once they purchase something on amazon through third party shipping stores on amazon. Look at anyone's wishlist and you can see that Amazon does reveal the City, State and the recipient. First, you need to make sure that you have the "third party shipping option" unchecked when you edit the profile of your wishlist. Have your items shipped to a P.O box. It's more private than sending it to your home address even though the person can still wait by the post office to see you come and get your package. It's very unlikely. A better option is to accept E cards sent straight to your email. Your email address is the only information that they will have. You should have a separate email just for financial domination.

There are a few payment methods you shouldn't accept or only accept if you truly trust the person.
  • Paypal- First, They DO NOT accept adult transactions. They haven't for a long time. Your personal information is easily available through this method. Try sending/receiving payment with a friend and family to see what information they have available. Too personal. I advise you to have a business account if you plan on using this with any stranger online: adult transaction or regular transaction.
  • Western Untion: they need your real first and last name and city and state
  • Bank transfer: ONLY with people you truly trust. Financial Slaves aren't USUALLY trustworthy
What are the best payment methods:
  • Niteflirt: It's anonymous and it's through a trust third party store
  • Clipstores: Clips4sale, Kinkbomb and other clipstores have added the tribute function in clip stores.
  • E cards: Many stores have the e card option and all they need is your email
The above is only popular one's that I can think of at the moment. I will update this when I find more information and with more questions. Remember be safe and smart. Do you research before beginning. Not everyone can be successful in this. This isn't a get rich quick scheme. It's an actual fetish that many enjoy and I find that you can truly enjoy this fetish if you are genuinely interested and remain safe.

9 comments:

  1. Hi,

    My name is Brian Whitney and I am a writer. I recently wrote a book with Porsche Lynn, who is an adult film actress and also a Dom. We sold her book, it will be out in January. I write fiction that is published, but I make my money ghostwriting.

    Her book only had one chapter about her being a Dom, and I would like to talk to you about possibly working together on a project. I think it would be an easy sell and would be fun to do. I really dig the financial domination aspect of it, and I like the how to thing you are doing.

    Could you write me back and we could chat about it a bit?

    Best,

    Brian

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  2. I cannot find the page where I need to uncheck the third p[arty shipping option. can you provide a step by step guide to locating this?

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  3. First, sign in your amazon account. Go to you Amazon wishlist. Edit your wishlist profile. There should be a third party option at the bottom

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  4. In the UK for the address you can also use Amazon Locker box or a company called ByBox.com (based in Coventry) who have locker boxes outside most big stores like Tesco etc - you go on their site and select the nearest locker box to you that you want your gift delivered to then you go and pick it up anytime of the day or night from the locker, only thing is the lockers are a certain size (see ByBox site for this in T&C's) --- also there is a small charge for each delivery, £2 I think. (so just make sure you dont have anything 'cheap; in your wish list! because you'll have to pay £2 to have it delivered!) .They also have a PAYG option, which is the one I use. Also with Amazon itself there is a facility where you can have it delivered to a nearby company (if you input your postcode it will come up with those that participate in Amazon's delivery scheme) --- again there is a small delivery charge each time, I bypassed this by ringing my local Co-Op (who were on the scheme!) and explained I was out at work all day & was it possible to use their address to send things to, they said yes of course, so I inputted their address into my address field on Amazon and gifts get sent there and I don't need to pay any fee whatsoever - point being, if folk dont want to give out their own address, just ask a local company/shop if you can use their address.

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  5. Actually got the above slightly wrong re Amazon. Firstly they have Lockers AND Secondly they also have Collect Stores,. If you go to Amazon, (the UK one I mean) then into Your Account, Settings, Manage Address Book then Click here to add a new address ‘enter new address’ ---- you will get a page that opens up with

    Add your new address (on the left side)

    And on the right side of the screen it shows:

    Or search for a Pickup Location near you
    "Amazon’s new service allows you to pickup your package at a time and place that's convenient for you. Take advantage of One-Day Amazon Locker delivery for £1.99 or FREE Standard Amazon Locker Delivery (up to 2 business days).
    Please enter address, postal code, landmark or Store name."

    Input your postcode it should kick up the nearest Amazon lockers to you (& also .’collect+stores) .. as it states above it seems it is FREE to have it delivered………but free delivery takes a bit longer.

    Thing is though as its someone else doing your ordering, they might select the One Day Option as opposed to the FREE standard option, I'm not sure how that works (for them…. But in any case I assume as they pay for delivery charges they would also pay if they select the ONE day £1.99 option) so what I’m saying in this para is slightly defunct! Doh as the buyer is the one incurring the postage costs…. So this option would probably in that case be cheaper than ByBox.

    Also ByBox.com is now £2.50 per delivery. For anyone in the UK, basically go to their website www.bybox.com and input your postcode and it will show the nearest bybox lockers to you, most of the big grocery stores have them, usually outside and they text you a code/number & are open 24/7 to collect from.

    Basically what I’m saying is there is a way round the system in that you don’t have to UNTICK the 3rd party option, if you use the Amazon locker feature, (I've not checked if they have Amazon Locker's on the USA Amazon but I imagine they do, as doesn't everything originate in the US and float across the pond to us!) - its just if you untick the box then surely you are limiting what you can get Gift wise, plus peeing off potential buyers, because say if something is out of stock in Amazon then they can't purchase it from the other (3rd party) sellers because you have un-ticked the box – using either of the above means you don't limit yourself in that way & can therefore leave the box checked, (because you don't have the concern about your own address appearing somewhere where you don't want it to).

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  6. Just a reminder - it will show the name of the town/county in the Amazon Public Profile Wish List - (and if a buyer uses a 3rd party seller (other than Amazon) they will only be able to see the delivery address you've inputted, say one of the Amazon lockers near you or the Collect stores).

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  7. ByBox says this:

    Can I only receive deliveries from the United Kingdom?

    No – we will accept international parcels on your behalf and forward them to your ByBox – but we won’t pay any import duties or any other taxes due!

    it also says this:

    Can I only receive deliveries in the United Kingdom?

    Yes

    What's the biggest parcel size I can receive to a ByBox?

    Specifically, anything up to 15kg or 66cm x 43cm x 34cm. In English, if you can carry it away with you and it's not an awkward shape (for example skis or golf clubs) then it normally fits into one of our locker doors.

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  8. I have just opened an Amazon.com account (with Wish List)....i.e., American Amazon.... strange it doesn't appear to have the same feature.. i.e., the Lockers/other Pick Up Locations. :(

    Sorry about that folks across the pond, I assumed it would have the same features enabled, more even, as USA always seems ahead of us!

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  9. My name is Christine, you may call Me Lady Christine, or Goddess Christine I am the Lady of your dreams, I am the DREAM .

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