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Get the best and latest crime stories with our Court Insider newsletter Invalid Something went wrong, please try again later. The Government also believes that these sites have made it lucrative for criminals to set up short-term brothels.
Members of AdultWork. Gangs reportedly use apartments, usually short-term holiday lets, which are booked online by the sex workers without the owner knowing exactly what's going on at the premises.
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The figures come amid concerns over 'pop-up brothels' across Plymouth and the rest of Devon and Cornwall. As reported by Cornwall Livea government report last year found that a small of firms were fuelling a boom in the brothels across the country, concluding that prostitution procurement websites were "the most ificant enabler of sex-trafficking in the UK". The largest concern of sites such as AdultWork is that they allow traffickers to control the profiles of sex workers and effectively find clients for those under their control.
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Both AdultWork and Vivastreet hit out at the Government report, with AdultWork saying that it took every possible precaution to "ensure our advertisers are both who they say they are and are doing so willingly and without intimidation". Civic Centre "This is my stress relief, when I have mental health issues I go skateboarding".
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Your information will be used in accordance with our Privacy Notice. Vivastreet added that they were in contact with the Home Office to develop an industry-wide approach to identify and prevent online trafficking, urging all similar sites to "engage with this process".
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Sites such as AdultWork and also Vivastreet make money from this, as they charge for sex workers to place adverts rather than charging those who make use of them. A search of the AdultWork website reveals men and women advertising escorting services across the city including in Devonport, Stonehouse, Stoke and the city centre. More than women and almost 40 men are advertising sex for money in Plymouth via a controversial website dubbed the "Gumtree of prostitution". A cross-party group of MPs said the owners of such sites were "directly and knowingly" profiting from sex-trafficking.