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Author Topic: More Specific Address in Adverts?  (Read 2788 times)

Offline AnthG

I got a bit self concious continuing this irrelevent to the review discussion in someone's review. So felt I would start a specific discussion on it.

https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=15504

But I am curious. Do people think, girls and more relevant to me, agencies, should give some more specific location information in their adverts than just a very broad district such as "Gateshead" for where the place is you are going to. So for example near a local landmark.

The thing is for me I am worried about making the booking, then getting the address, going off the phone and finding out that I cannot get there and then needing to phone back up to cancel again as I worry they will think I am a timewaster or at worse an address collector.

The thing is you need to know if the place you are going to is easy to drive to. Or there is a place you can park nearby. Or if not a bus or metro stop nearby that can take you from where you live to where the girl loves. Plus its all well and good there being a bus stop within a 10 mins walk from her house but doing that 10 mins walk in this heat will cause you to get incredibly sweaty walking there and result when the girl opens the door she will see a knackered sweaty guy and think, no way am I giving him a good booking today. And then out comes the rebuttal when you leave a disappointed review. "He was sweaty when I opened the door".

Am I the only one who has these concerns or do others. And if so how do you overcome it? Or do you just not worry about phoning back up to cancel the just made booking if you find you cannot get there easily?

If I'm seeing a girl for the first time, Anth, my procedure, once I've made booking, is to e-mail her telling her among other things that I'm slightly physically disabled and that I use public transport so would be glad if she'd let me know the nearest bus stop/suburban railway station to her premises so that I can ring her for final instructions from there.

If she says, for example, that it's 'about 10 minutes' walk' from the bus stop/station, I then ask her for the number of a local taxi firm [the girls I see all seem to use them to get them from home to their work premises] to take me to her place because I know it'll take me twice her "walking time", especially in warm weather.  The extra £3 or £4 is worth it to avoid arriving hot & bothered.  I then know how to reach her place if I make a return visit.

Very occasionally, when I've sent the e-mail above, it's produced an offer from the girl to collect me from the local station, which is a real bonus and is always accepted.

Offline fredpunter

I share your concerns, and rarely commit myself to a booking until I have an assurance that the place is near to convenient public transport. Ideally I want a postcode, as a certain place that is described as near colliers wood station is actually quite a trek in a howling gale!

Offline Daffodil

I expect a stree name and/or postcode as a minimum and most are happy to provide these details.

Offline AnthG

I expect a stree name and/or postcode as a minimum and most are happy to provide these details.
But like I say what do you do if you find that street is hard to get to? Have you ever cancelled due to this?

Offline smiths

I got a bit self concious continuing this irrelevent to the review discussion in someone's review. So felt I would start a specific discussion on it.

https://www.ukpunting.com/index.php?topic=15504

But I am curious. Do people think, girls and more relevant to me, agencies, should give some more specific location information in their adverts than just a very broad district such as "Gateshead" for where the place is you are going to. So for example near a local landmark.

The thing is for me I am worried about making the booking, then getting the address, going off the phone and finding out that I cannot get there and then needing to phone back up to cancel again as I worry they will think I am a timewaster or at worse an address collector.

The thing is you need to know if the place you are going to is easy to drive to. Or there is a place you can park nearby. Or if not a bus or metro stop nearby that can take you from where you live to where the girl loves. Plus its all well and good there being a bus stop within a 10 mins walk from her house but doing that 10 mins walk in this heat will cause you to get incredibly sweaty walking there and result when the girl opens the door she will see a knackered sweaty guy and think, no way am I giving him a good booking today. And then out comes the rebuttal when you leave a disappointed review. "He was sweaty when I opened the door".

Am I the only one who has these concerns or do others. And if so how do you overcome it? Or do you just not worry about phoning back up to cancel the just made booking if you find you cannot get there easily?

I ALWAYS check the address out before i leave my place for the WGs nowadays, online or in my trusty A-Z. To many wild goose chases in the past to leave mine without it. No problem if a WG doesnt wish to give me it, she just wont get my business, as Jimmy would say, my money, my rules.

I generally know most areas and the parking situation in those areas that i punt in which helps of course. Agencies presumably wish to be discreet so not openly advertising the address is their modus, same with some brothels.
« Last Edit: July 25, 2013, 01:30:39 PM by smiths »

Offline Daffodil

But like I say what do you do if you find that street is hard to get to? Have you ever cancelled due to this?

I did this very morning  :hi: Although it was via text based enquiries.

Offline James999

In your first enquiry simply ask for the Postcode so you can check your transport  :hi:

Offline Tailpipe

It does piss me off when you see on a AW profile in calls , they then list three towns which are 50 miles a part

They should say Cambridge today and Harlow tomorrow which is fine.

They are just too lazy to tell you where they are working. You phone they say I working somewhere that was
not listed on the profile in the first place then they start calling you a time waster.

This girl now only lists the town she is working in ,as I told her it was silly to do it any other way,

https://www.adultwork.com/1780401 or https://www.adultwork.com/jessika4you

Kingston is only 3 mile radius so at least you no where she is.


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Offline AnthG

In your first enquiry simply ask for the Postcode so you can check your transport  :hi:
I think people are missing my point.

What do I do for example (and people in Newcastle will know what I mean) if when I book someone down as Gateshead the response is an address in Team Valley. (a serious pain to get to).

Or North Shields is Meadowell - an area I will likely get mugged.

The agency wont say you are going to Meadowell on the phone. They'd say you going to xxx drive (made up street) and you put down the phone with the booking set, chuck the street in Google maps and you see its right square in Team Valley/Meadowell and you go, shit. 
« Last Edit: July 25, 2013, 02:56:26 PM by AnthG »

Offline Daffodil

I think people are missing my point.

What do I do for example (and people in Newcastle will know what I mean) if when I book someone down as Gateshead the response is an address in Team Valley. (a serious pain to get to).

Or North Shields is Meadowell - an area I will likely get mugged.

The agency wont say you are going to Meadowell on the phone. They'd say you going to xxx drive (made up street) and you put down the phone with the booking set, chuck the street in Google maps and you see its right square in Team Valley/Meadowell and you go, shit.

You just phone back and say, 'sorry, just google mapped the address and I am unable to get there'. Works even better if you tell them on the initial phone call that you'll be doing this and will confirm in five minutes or something  :hi:

Offline smiths

I think people are missing my point.

What do I do for example (and people in Newcastle will know what I mean) if when I book someone down as Gateshead the response is an address in Team Valley. (a serious pain to get to).

Or North Shields is Meadowell - an area I will likely get mugged.

The agency wont say you are going to Meadowell on the phone. They'd say you going to xxx drive (made up street) and you put down the phone with the booking set, chuck the street in Google maps and you see its right square in Team Valley/Meadowell and you go, shit.

I always ask for the area the WG is in straight away, sometimes an A/W profile might say one area but the WG is actually in another as Tailpipe posted. So i need to know the area immediately to ensure its convenient to me.

If i got to the WGs road and it looked well dodgy then i would ring and cancel, i must feel as safe as possible otherwise a punt isnt going to be any fun. Its very rare i have needed to do this though. I recall a road full of hoodies hanging about in Brixton years ago, and i didnt feel safe stopping sitting in my car let alone leaving it, so i rang and cancelled, got a mouthful of abuse but it was the right thing to do in my view.


Offline Jimmyredcab

I ALWAYS check the address out before i leave my place for the WGs nowadays, online or in my trusty A-Z. To many wild goose chases in the past to leave mine without it. No problem if a WG doesnt wish to give me it, she just wont get my business, as Jimmy would say, my money, my rules.

You can still come unstuck, the pro$$ie can tell you 15 Arcacia road and when you arrive you find it is house with 8 flats.    :dash:

I never use A-Z's, much prefer my old Tom-Tom.    :hi:

Offline Dani

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The postcode given should be enough as normally it only covers one street o sometimes half a street.  I have found since putting my postcode on my actual profile I no longer get calls asking where I am as everyone can google it before even calling me. My postcode is for just one very small block of three apartments so punters can sure of where they are going.

Always ask for the postcode when enquiring and then say OK I will look it up and see how easy it is for me to get to and will ring back and confirm a booking in 5 minutes if I can make it .  If it is too far you don't need to ring back to confirm or not as you have not made a definite booking only an enquiry.  If you can get to it easily then just ring and confirm.

If an agency tries to just give road names just say I am sorry but my Sat Nav needs a postcode so can you please have the postcode for their property.  If they start by saying they will give you a postcode for near by tell them no thanks as even I ifnd this a pain in the arse as you get somewhere then have to ring to be given directions to the next place. State very clearly you need their actual postcode and if they wont give it then move on to the next one on the list
(by the way I know you don't drive so don't actually need the postcode but it is the easiest way to google an address

Offline AnthG

(by the way I know you don't drive so don't actually need the postcode but it is the easiest way to google an address
I do drive, I just don't drive very well. I dislike going to Gateshead as it means navigating over either the Tyne Bridge or the Redheugh bridge.

And either way I would arrive sweating to the booking as both ways are an absolute swapping lane, major busy junction heart in the mouth navigating nightmare. And both involve driving through town which is not fun at all.

Offline James999

And either way I would arrive sweating

Put the air conditioning on then  :hi:

Offline James999

I never use A-Z's, much prefer my old Tom-Tom.    :hi:

What's wrong with "The Knowledge"  :sarcastic:

Offline Strawberry

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I do drive, I just don't drive very well. I dislike going to Gateshead as it means navigating over either the Tyne Bridge or the Redheugh bridge.

And either way I would arrive sweating to the booking as both ways are an absolute swapping lane, major busy junction heart in the mouth navigating nightmare. And both involve driving through town which is not fun at all.

Having driven in Newcastle several times I agree it's a bit of a nightmare, busy city with river through centre and if I remember rightly only 2 bridges you are actually allowed to drive on.

Offline James999

I think people are missing my point.

What do I do for example (and people in Newcastle will know what I mean) if when I book someone down as Gateshead the response is an address in Team Valley. (a serious pain to get to).

Or North Shields is Meadowell - an area I will likely get mugged.

The agency wont say you are going to Meadowell on the phone. They'd say you going to xxx drive (made up street) and you put down the phone with the booking set, chuck the street in Google maps and you see its right square in Team Valley/Meadowell and you go, shit.

Anth, that's why I said ASK THE POSTCODE  :dash:

Offline potato

Google maps followed by google streetview to check out the area and potentially, the parking spaces - though because it is out of date, yellow lines may have appeared since then.

Anth, that's why I said ASK THE POSTCODE  :dash:

Google maps followed by google streetview to check out the area and potentially, the parking spaces - though because it is out of date, yellow lines may have appeared since then.

Taking your point about your reluctance to drive, Anth; once you've done the Google Earth thing, go to www.traveline.info , then go to their journey-planning feature.

Pop in your own postcode and the one you've been given and it'll give you the most direct route by public transport, together with approximate journey times.

Offline AnthG

Thanks for this Rochdull lad. Will look over that site in more detail.


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