Deposits are essential for all of my services. Enquiries in writing only, address me by my name (not babe, hun, sexy) and tell me your name.
Payments can be made via Beem app, Prezzee eGift card, or cash deposit at ATM. All these methods are instant, safe, and allow you to keep your full identity hidden if you choose. Cash deposit at Smart ATM leaves no record on bank statements, and Prezzee gift card can be easier to explain if that is an issue and also accepts international credit cards. Bank transfer is available to Australian or Singapore bank accounts.
Full refunds are given with 1 week notice, unless for fly-me-to-you or tour bookings which may require more notice. Transfer to another booking available with 72 hours notice. Refunds via Beem or Prezzee only. Deposits must be paid at time of booking.
Download the app from Apple Store or Google Play and set up with your Visa or Mastercard. Beem was established by CommBank, NAB, and Westpac, and purchased by eftpos in 2019.
Open the app and select the Pay button, then enter the amount and send to
Sylvia Blayne (@SylviaBlayne).
Cash Deposit at Smart ATM
Make a cash deposit at an ANZ Smart ATM. Let me know if you want to use this option and I will send you BSB and account details. There are ANZ Smart ATMs located on Queen Street Mall, and cnr of George and Adelaide Streets. You can search for other Smart ATMs near you on the ANZ site.
Not all ATMs are Smart ATMS. Check first.
Bank Transfer – Australia and International
The prior three methods are instant, anonymous, and safe. You may also do a bank transfer, however it is up to you to ensure the deposit is cleared to my ANZ bank account in time. CommBank places a hold on all new transfers – please contact me prior if you are using Commbank.
Not to mention the very real risk of robbery, assault, rape, or even murder when we let strangers into our most intimate spaces (not very fun and sexy I know).
The worst that might realistically happen to a client is that the provider is not who he expected, or the service not quite as good as he wanted.
Providers will not make money from stealing a deposit and would very quickly lose all business due to bad reviews.
Taking a small amount of time to research your provider helps ensure you are safe – do they have a website, Twitter or other social media, reviews, have they been around for a while, did you do a reverse google image search, google their phone number? Clients are able to go to the police and receive the same (or better) protections against fraud as providers are.