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I Received a Tantric Massage as an Anonymous Gift

What to Do With an Anonymous Gift For a Tantric Massage

Here's a post from OnSugar blog Glittarazzi.

I received an email last night from someone that claims to have a tantric massage company in Old Town, Alexandria, Va.:

"A good friend of yours (she asked to remain anonymous, for now) has paid for you to receive a full body tantric massage during a tantra session with me in Old Town Alexandria.

Tantra sessions are very soothing, relaxing and will have you floating on clouds when it's over. During your session you'll be coached on breathing, concentration, and sounding. Tantra sessions, on average, usually go for about two to three hours."

And now, this massage person is IMing me, trying to get me to schedule my appointment. Uhh, no thank you.

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kismekate kismekate 5 years
Uhhh....I live in Old Town, Alexandria....
Venus1 Venus1 5 years
Do not respond to this email. If you keep silent there is no guarantee to the sender that it has gone to a live mailbox! Delete and use the spam filter. I would love a tantric massage but would not book one under these circumstances.
Venus1 Venus1 5 years
Do not respond to this email. If you keep silent there is no guarantee to the sender that it has gone to a live mailbox!Delete and use the spam filter.I would love a tantric massage but would not book one under these circumstances.
janneth janneth 5 years
All good advice above.
janneth janneth 5 years
All good advice above.
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 5 years
I'd assume this was spam if I got an e-mail like that. vabeachbum's advice to call the place of business (if you actually find that this is a place of business) and report being harassed is a good idea.Otherwise, just turn on your spam alert and block the IM username.
postmodernsleaze postmodernsleaze 5 years
I'd assume this was spam if I got an e-mail like that. vabeachbum's advice to call the place of business (if you actually find that this is a place of business) and report being harassed is a good idea. Otherwise, just turn on your spam alert and block the IM username.
vabeachbum vabeachbum 5 years
Find out if its an actual business... if so, get the employees name and call and complain that he's harassing you. Tell them you are going to take it to the police if it does not stop. I'll bet they react pretty quickly. If its just some creeper there may not be a lot you can do except, again, contact the police if it gets to be too much.
vabeachbum vabeachbum 5 years
Find out if its an actual business... if so, get the employees name and call and complain that he's harassing you. Tell them you are going to take it to the police if it does not stop. I'll bet they react pretty quickly.If its just some creeper there may not be a lot you can do except, again, contact the police if it gets to be too much.
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