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He enjoyed the company of the hetaera Damalis, even believing himself to love her with his whole heart. However, at some point he loaned money from Myron, was involved with Deinomenes, and received threats from The Monger, and his men. At least the last of the threats came in the form of a letter, promising to hurt him unless he brought Damalis to Abron House. He had also a fire poker in his home, though there was no fireplace, indicating that, like in Phokis, the Monger had at least threatened to burn him.
When the Spartan misthios Kassandra came to Korinth looking for her mother Myrrine, she was promised aid by the leader of the hetaerae, Anthousa, in exchange for helping her 'girls'. Damalis told Kassandra that her Client had at first been charming, but then had changed for the worse, scaring Damalis. She asked Kassandra look into.
She did, and with the help of Phoibe, learned that the Client was supposed to meet Deinomenes at Phaia's Pig Farm that night to exchange a deed for some land. While Phoibe snuck into the Client's home, Kassandra talked with the man, so that Phoibe could grab what seemed relevant or interesting. The man confessed to Kassandra that he loved Damalis, and that he thought he'd be better "than another more careless man." He went on to confess that that's why "he" was making the Client do it all, and unless he hurt Damalis, he'd be killed. In the end, the man promised Kassandra to stop it, leave Damalis alone.
From Phoibe's haul, they learned of Abron House, as well as gained a clue to the the Monger's activities.