By Tom Place For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 11:42 BST, 1 September 2019 | Updated: 11:43 BST, 1 September 2019
Mothers in posh areas are increasingly turning to sex work to pay for luxuries such as Botox and designers clothes - without the knowledge of their husbands.
The rise in everyday sex workers is backed by apps and transaction based sex websites that offer a paper trail between women and the client - making it 'safer than Tinder', according one mother based in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
The sex work services are gaining increasing appeal among anyone from university students to middle aged mothers - who may not have been interested in the past, according to Sydney Morning Herald.
Mothers in posh areas are increasingly turning to sex work to pay for luxuries such as botox and designers clothes - all without the knowledge of their husbands (stock image)
'Any website that you can join without paying a fee is dangerous - but lifestyle services offering ways to met men where they use a credit card so there can be backtracking mean there are safeguards, and