Sep 18, 2011 · Re: Massage scam in shanghai Sep 19, 2011, 2:06 AM I am a little surprised to see «a g» has 9,100 yuan in his wallet, do Chinese often carry that much cash with them? maybe, China is a cash society, still, that is a lot of cash.
Sep 18, 2011 · Re: Massage scam in shanghai Sep 30, 2011, 2:18 PM Now that I re-read the first post, and read another poster who cast doubts on how the OP had 9000 rmb in his wallet (physically impossible), I also doubt the stories.
Nov 09, 2018 · 6 laies from massage club yangpu District shanghai 上海杨浦区水磨桑拿会所
Anyway, tonight I phoned a proper massage girl from their own website ( I thought it was a proper massage website) ..the price was 1 hour 320 RMB on the website which was pretty ok. When I phoned the website they said to me 90 minutes 300 RMB .thats pretty cheap ..
Re: Massage scam in shanghai 2 Oct 2011, 5:37 PM Its not abnormal but rather common that especially the locals do carry a lot of cash with them,not just 10000 but even much more.,as cash is still the preferential mode of transaction among us locals.
Re: Massage scam in shanghai 19 Sep 2011, 07:06 I am a little surprised to see «a g» has 9,100 yuan in his wallet, do Chinese often carry that much cash with them? maybe, China is a …
Of course, the most famous Shanghai scam of recent years is 2009’s Le Daft Punk Scam. Remember that one? Allegedly Interpol caught those guys on a beach somewhere. There’s lots more scams out there in China, so if you know of any others, please leave them …
Read about the scam I went through on my very first day in Shanghai on our China Scams page. I have been to most countries in Asia. China is even worse than Nigeria for …
In the early hours of Saturday I was involved in a massage scam. After going with work collegues to celebrate recent results I started to walk home when a girl invited me for a massage for 300rmb. Stupidly I accepted and totally left my guard down. When we got to her apartment another girl walked in and said this was her sister.
Lady massage? You want lady massage?». I’m thinking, damn, I know China is under surveillance but this is nuts. I just say «no» and head in for the night. Two obvious scammers that I avoided thanks to this site. BTW, I did end up getting a real good massage from a decent place. I was cheap too, full body, relaxing with oil, and a shower was available.
Re: Massage scam in shanghai 3 Oct 2011, 5:24 PM China is no Utopia.,far away from it.With a fifth of the world s population here,n with a long struggling history of abject poverty n turbulence.,China had emerged from the doldrums recently,thus it s now the road of modernisation n good social life which many other countries had achieved long
Last night, I went for a foot massage (which was great) and on my way back to my hotel on Nanjing Road, I was approached by a lady who spoke good-enough English. She offered the same service as countless of others before her but since I had just experienced a good massage, I asked her how much was it for normal, non-sexual massage.
Re: Massage scam in shanghai 21 Jul. 2013, 9:34 am Evan, good that you got the financial loss covered, you are a lucky guy, and you actually got what you paid for, that is more than others can say.