tinkerbell28 wrote: »
No never! I don't gamble anyway, but no, it would be like leaving all your store accounts open with card details logged in. Never been that drunk, no
tiger_eyes wrote: »
I'm not the sharpest crayon in the box, but it's beginning to occur to me that somebody is just posting the same imaginary scenario over and over with slightly edited details.
w211 wrote: »
Assuming they're self-employed, probably about half, taken away the card processing fees, VAT, and the "house" fee - or whatever it's called, the fee/commission paid to the strip club in order to work there.
Then that income has to be declared to the tax man, so take away a bit more tax, plus NI, though any expenses incurred doing that job can be offset.
For £1,500, I would've expect a dance for 225 minutes (3.75 hours), assuming that £20 would give a 3-minute dance (usually for one song). You could halve that 225 minutes if you had two girls dancing for you at the same time though (just saying!)
Siro wrote: »
Yes chip and pin was use. No drinks were bought its just a dance aparently. Fyeo in Bournemouth. £1500 definitely isn't cheap to me I am amazed! I have been advised by citizens advice / consumer advice line to Pursue credit card company under section 75?
poet123 wrote: »
There have been at least two other threads in recent months identical to this.
arcon5 wrote: »
Half being £750. 2-4 weeks work for many, earnt in one night.
If you think that's a poor amount to earn then your either a banker or politician.
tinkerbell28 wrote: »
Seriously though op, £1500 is a lot for a dance....I'd be inclined to ask your credit card to investigate and possibly report it to the police if you think anything underhand has gone on..
Hintza wrote: »
If the OP wants to play with the big boys then he should take it on the chin.
I do hope the OP is their early 20s because if he is any older he should have known better.
What happened to personal responsibility........oh wait we don't have that any more!
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