Duration: 7min 43sec Views: 1325 Submitted: 15.07.2020
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Japanese police are cracking down on businesses which provide respectability to women engaged in the world's oldest profession. The alibi-ya provide women in the country's sex industry with a reputable but totally fictitious identity, designed to conceal their real job from their families. The companies provide things like fake business cards, references and employment certificates to sex workers, and have even been known to provide a fake boss for birthday speeches and other family events. The companies are not illegal, but police have cracked down on fraud cases that have involved the use of their services. We do this by helping them with their identity. In other words, Mr Sakamoto's company sets the client up with a totally fake job and background - one which is acceptable to real estate agents and nursery schools which might baulk at dealing with a sex worker.

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