Security & Payment Issues At MPS And Words On PSO Financial Domination Fraud

I had intended to hold off on this discussion of recent events at MyPhoneSite (MPS), in part because it has to do with financial domination, which is a fetish we have not really discussed here (and it’s quite a complicated one). But upon hearing from a number of panicked phone sex operators, I decided I needed to address the subject as simply as can be done at this time.

Working backwards, so to speak, we’ll begin with how things sit right now at MPS.

On February 24, the site posted this announcement:

Security Measures:
Very Important News: Due to some recent fraudulent activity on our network we have initiated new fraud detection software. We are also enhancing our customer verification methods. Due to this issue we have to temporarily suspend daily payouts. All withdrawals will be delayed approx. 7 days while we verify transactions and ensure that all sales are valid. This is for your protection and ours. As this process becomes automated we will return to daily payouts that are initiated within 24 hours of withdrawal.

While this is indeed disappointing to those with cash flow problems, there’s no reason to be upset. Other platform sites take even longer to process payments — and security is a damn good thing. Period. We can all hope that MPS will be able to return to the more quickly processed payments soon.

As for why MPS had to implement such changes…

On February 7, 2012, MPS sent an email regarding credit card processing rules:

ONLY THE AUTHORIZED CREDIT CARD HOLDER CAN DEPOSIT MONEY:
If we find that a website owner has logged in as the customer and deposited money the website owner’s account will be deleted and any further access will be banned. Never log in as the customer as this is a violation of our terms.

Unfortunately we have recently tracked fraud on our network due to a group of website owners processing credit cards without the customer’s consent from within the customer’s control panel. Due to this issue we have launched a full investigation. Please note that when a customer’s credit is charged by the website owner or operator on our network we will consider it as fraud.

This problem of bad apples raises it’s ugly, unethical, and illegal head everywhere — and even more often in the area of financial domination.

The very simple, too simple, oversimplified definition of financial domination is when a person gets off on the idea of being exploited for their money. It’s like the sugar daddy and princess thing on steroids. And far more complicated than most understand, which is why I wanted to wait to get into it. But here we are.

In phone sex, this fetish of financial domination is often referred to wallet rape (in which the PSO will demand gifts and tributes) and/or raise the rate games (in which the phone sex call ends and the caller had to call back paying a higher rate), all to simulate the caller’s fantasies about the girl literally taking his money.

Now, whether delirious with desire, or just plain trying to rip PSOs off, callers and players in the financial domination game will often ask, wistfully suggest, or even demand that girls sign into the caller’s account and take the money themselves. Some of these callers will be quite rude about it, leveraging their power as the client into threats to go to another PSO who will do it. These rude and “threatening” callers make me so happy to have them leave. And to report them to the platform service as well — for what they are asking the PSO to do is illegal. Not just against platform terms of service and site policies, but illegal. For what they are telling you to is to commit credit card fraud.

Don’t do it, ladies. You risk getting booted from the site/service and you risk legal action. Not exactly worth any possible short term gain.

Plus, any gain is usually temporary.

Despite their acting dumb, most if not all of these callers know what they are asking you to do. Do it, and they will lord it over your head, threatening to report you if you don’t do this or that for them (including demanding free calls, direct contract info, etc.). On top of that, they will complain to the platform site or their credit card company that they did not authorize the calls and transactions, and, as the site activities are monitored on servers, they will get the refund easy-peasy.

I’ve seen it all happen to girls. Girls I’ve warned. Girls who were burned. Badly.

Now, as angry as I get at the callers and clients who instigate fraud and abuse, I admit there are a (rare) few guys who are ignorant to what they are asking. And, in terms of good customer service, it makes sense (as well as dollars and cents), to err on the side of gracious educational benevolence.

When asked to perform such an illegal activity, simply, but kindly, explain why you cannot and will not do such a thing. You needn’t be rude, but remain firm. If they continue to engage in the subject, heck, it’s their dime, so to speak; just let them continue to ask the same question and receive the same negative answer. You can’t get in trouble for letting him ask, whine, beg, demand, or even threaten. Should he make any claims to the contrary, any investigation will prove your innocence.

But never ever participate in such fraudulent acts as logging into a client’s account or “taking” his money.

One thought on “Security & Payment Issues At MPS And Words On PSO Financial Domination Fraud

  1. Nuala

    I agree whole heartedly that “blackmail” clients aren’t worth the risk or bothering with. Breaking platform rules, or worse, the law, is not worth it for whatever jerkoff thrill the customer has in mind and certainly not for whatever supposed payoff you might get. If he wants to be abused, tell him to send you Amazon gift cards, tributes or just stay on the line while you paint your toenails. If he needs something to do tell him to hold a penny to the wall with his nose. I actually had a customer ask me to tell him to do this!

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