Clients of D.C. Madam Swap Notes Online


Who’s next? And how do I avoid getting busted? Those are the questions sweeping the Beltway in the wake of the “D.C. Madam” scandal.

Lonely johns have been burning up message boards trading info on the latest developments in the case against Deborah Jeane Palfrey and sharing advice on how to avoid getting caught.

To follow, a select few of the unedited gems …

“I am in the book … I used her service a bunch of times,” frets LegalEagle1994. In another post, he asks: “How much information is to much to give? Will you give home phone numbers, addresses, etc? With Debra Palfrey offering her ‘Black book’ to the highest bidder, it certainly means any info provided does end up in a database somewhere.”

Tophervette is even more worried: “So providers keep little black books too? When you call and provide information for verification purposes only, that they say they supposed dispose of? Damn, I am so screwed … Is that why, when I call an Agency a second time, they tell me I am not calling from my regular phone or a different cell phone? They have this stuff written down or worse, in a computer? OMG OMG OMG. Why wasn’t this explained in school or Hobbying for Dummies book? I guess it is a risk we all take, and assume our number will not come up or go public.”

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