Mr Argarkov's version of the contract contained a 0pc interest rate, no fees and no credit limit.Every time the bank failed to comply with the rules, he would fine them 3m rubles (£58,716).Whether the amount of money being spent is big or small is irrelevant.The only thing that matters is if the woman in question is opening her wallet right along with her legs.If Tinkoff tried to cancel the contract, it would have to pay him 6m rubles.
Kristen Di Angelo, a trafficking survivor and advocate with the Sex Worker Outreach Project (SWOP) in Sacramento, California complained, “These efforts are misguided and will cause significantly more harm to those in the sex trade, including trafficked individuals.” Backpage has filed suit against Sheriff Dart, and started making its escort ads free.
Tinkoff had signed the contract and was legally bound to it.
Mr Argakov was only ordered to pay an outstanding balance of 19,000 rubles (£371). They said what usually their borrowers say in court: 'We have not read it',” said Mr Mikhalevich.
Police and the FBI have battled escort services for decades in an effort to root out underage sex trafficking.
Their most effective tool has been following credit card transactions and threatening to publish data on sex consumers’ actions and payments.