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“Avoid Place Pigalle in Paris unless you bring an army with you.”
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Place Pigalle
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Ranked #209 of 1,246 things to do in Paris
761 Reviews
Type: Neighborhoods, Sights & Landmarks, Other
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Reviewed February 26, 2011
Avoid Place Pigalle in Paris unless you bring an army with you.

My trip was actually ten years ago but Tripadvisor doesn't allow entering a date that old. Reading the recent reviews of Paris' infamous red light district, I see that nothing has changed so I thought I'd share an experience from when my girlfriend and I went to Paris for Christmas (a few days before the Euro was introduced). Here is what I wrote my credit card company (MBNA) when I got back from the trip:

"Last Christmas holiday, I was visiting Paris for the first time with my girlfriend, her mother and her 87 year-old grandfather. During a bus tour, our drive through Paris’s nightclub district prompted the grandfather to pester me to take him to a strip club because he’d never been to one. Thereafter, on the evening of December 26th, the girls went to shop while “Gramps” and I went to look at the wild side of Paris.

Intending it to be a short excursion, we agreed to pick just one place and wandered until we found a suitable candidate—the “Sex O” Club—not fancy. The sidewalk tout asked for 40 francs each (about $6), so we paid and in we went.

Inside, the club was empty except for a bartender setting up the bar and two women helping out. No patrons, no entertainers, no nothing. It was obvious that we’d arrived way too early, but, as we turned to leave, they insisted that we stay and have a drink. Since we were already there, we accepted the invitation. I ordered a glass of wine and Gramps asked for tap water. Instead, they brought us two glasses of mineral water. The two girls, dressed in street clothes, then sat down and asked “You buy dreenk?” Although I replied that we’d already bought drinks, they nodded to the bartender who then brought over two pink drinks for the girls.

We politely chit-chatted until we’d finished our mineral waters and then got up to leave. Again, however, they insisted that we stay because “Zee show iz coming!” “Zee show” turned out to be a very bored looking dancer, who must have been awakened from a nap in the back room. She proceeded to dance half-a-number and, while she was dancing, the two girls ordered two more pink drinks for themselves (we declined any more beverages). After the dancer finished, we stood up and asked for “zee bill.” We’d been in the club for less than a half-hour. The bartender busily tallyied the amount for our two waters and then thrust out the check saying “Zat weel bee four zousand five hundred francs.” Thinking I’d heard wrong, I asked “You mean forty-five francs?”

Shoving the paper at me, he assured, no, the bill was 4,500 francs (approximately $650 dollars). Seeing my shocked look, he got nasty and yelled “You buy two dreenks for you and four dreenks for girls.” Ignoring my protests that we hadn’t ordered any drinks for the girls, he got nastier, yelling “You Americans zink you come Paris and don’t pay? You zink you are dangerous? You zink you are mafia? I show you mafia!”

Refusing to pay $650 for two glasses of water, I pulled out my cash and insisted that he charge a fair price. He grabbed the money out of my hands (about $120 dollars) and said “Also give cash card.” I said “No” and then grabbed Gramps by the sleeve and started toward the door. Voila, from out of nowhere, some goon with a bat went to the door, locked it, and menacingly walked toward us. Without a word he slammed me AND Gramps back toward the bartender (who I think was really the manager.)

Realizing the situation was actually getting dangerous, especially with Gramps in tow, I asked the bartender what would satisfy him. He said “Give cash card and I charge 1,200 francs more.” Denying that I had a cash card (since I know you can’t dispute them), I gave him my MBNA Visa card. He ran it through his machine and made me sign the charge slip (with goon-holding-bat behind me.) He didn’t give me a copy of the receipt, so I don’t know what vendor name appeared on the charge (apparently “JAMAGA”).

The night it happened, I reported the incident to MBNA. Also, on the next business day, I went to the French police and spent three hours filing a complaint.

In closing, would you please reverse the charge? Further, I highly recommend that Visa (and all other creditors) deny financing services to these thugs."
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POSTSCRIPT: MBNA, now Capital One, refused to pay, saying that because I'd signed the slip, there was nothing they would do about it. Needless to say, I cancelled my MBNA card and have refused Capital One's subsequent offers.

It also turned out that the criminals' credit card machine printed that it was from a casino, implying that I'd been gambling. NOT the case.

40  Thank cyberscott
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Reviewed February 1, 2011
Piggalle is dangerous, its all scam there

I should have listened well to my hotel manager before going for a saturday night fun to Pigalle. I thought I will manage things but I too became the victim and you cant get away without paying heavily. The story is very similiar to all these previous reviews. But after once I was fooled I decided to go head-on with those criminals and went to 4 or 5 clubs. Having known what the 'deal' would be, I hanged around there and left before something extra was offered or invited to participate in a activity. In this way, I enjoyed my time in different clubs. The idea is to not to be scared and look them in their eyes (plus dont talk at all and keep your hands inside your jacket) but that is also dangerous too. probably I had too many drinks so was ready to pick up a fight but that didnt happen thank god. later, I roamed around at Pigalle street and noticed that I am being followed but nothing happened. Anyways, I had fun there but surely at some point it leaves you in a bad taste...

But I love Paris overall. Maybe authorities there should look into these scam's and do something about it.

15  Thank anna9mm
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Reviewed January 26, 2011
Dont Enter Pigalle Clubs where criminals Operate

I had gone to Paris for a Holiday and was coaxed by my friends to visit Moaulin Rouge a Great Attraction.But als it was a very sad experience and I never want to visit Paris again.
As I entered Pigalle an Agent Coaxed me to enter a Club where a fat woman sat next to me and had a drink.Then she produced a bill for Euro 480 which I refused to pay as she got a bottle of Champagne which I never offered her at all.

Then came along a Bouncer who tried to scare me and threatened to call the mafia security and take care of me and asked me for my credit cards.Thankfully I got away by paying Euro 70 but my suggestion is that never visit Paris as the people are most unfriendly and dont ever venture into Pigalle Clubs which is hounded by Criminals and thugs and I think this way soon Pigalle will have only one type of visitors the Boucers and thugs themselves as no tourist would venture into the Pigalle Nightmare in Paris.

20  Thank Indian1050
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Reviewed November 13, 2010
Never ever go to the clubs of Pigalle!! I said never ever!

First time in Paris from the US on a biz trip. Wanted to see Moulin Rouge but was not sure of the timings. It was Saturday afternoon and as I started walking noticed a common scenario. One agent outside trying to convince you to take a peek inside for 10 Euros. I said No!! to a a few but one particular girl was pretty decent so I ended up chatting with her outiside for a while. HER NAME IS SOFIA and is HALF FRENCH and HALF LEBANESE. Guys stay away from her!! and also the other clubs!!

As other reviewers have mentioned it was a complete set-up. Long story short. Girl orders a drink (luckily for me I don't drink alcohol so I refused her from having too), dances in front of you (she was plain ugly so I did not even touch) . I was already sesnsing something was not right so told her to stop after the dance and I wanted to leave, Then an uglier, bigger female "manager" comes over and gives me bill of 280 euros. I recall the breakdown - 200 for the caberet, 80 for my coke and her juice,.

It got ugly and after 10 mins of raising voices and assuring them I had no cash and cards on me, we settled for 50 euros. Luckily I was hiding my wallet in my bagpack in a location they would not be able to find out.

I got out of the place and told SOPHIA that I would make sure I would post reviews of this criminal business with her name on the internet on all travel websites to make sure other don't go through this harrassment. All I was looking for was some good time and this has definitely left a bad taste for Paris. Will not go there again and WILL DO MY BEST TO SPREAD THE WORD.

Take care,
from San Diego, CA

24  Thank sandiegan53
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Reviewed September 12, 2010
Looking for a job?

Well, if you want a job offer, just walk by in this neighbourhood; don’t even have to be dressed provocative. In spite of that, nobody is aggressive and I didn’t feel threatened at all (I was alone and it was 10 p.m.). Otherwise, those sexy shops look quite cheap and worn out, I don’t know if the ladies are in better shape. There are explicit photos in the windows so that everybody knows what is going on there. No place for a fake moral. During the day there is less action, but any way, one will has no problems if one wants just to take a look.

6  Thank brma
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