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Hi,

Is there a consensus regarding the optimal notice for a RB?

Is a short notice bid more successful than long notice?

Based on market forces I would expect there is more chance of getting the rate quoted on a short notice bid, is this correct based on other people's experiences?

In general what is evryones opinion on the best notice to give?



Offline Tailpipe

My view is 3 days before and let it run to the wire and be prepare for lots of rubbish bids and pg scams

I occasionally put up a RB request just to see whats out there. I think I have done around 5/6 so far and the WG's tend to be more or less the same that bid, although you do get the odd one that is touring. Some are quite hot and offer a very generous discount to their booking fees.

My only pet hate with these though are why do some WG's bid on my RB yet can't make the time that it states :cry:. I tried accepting a few but didn't go ahead with it due to them not making the time I requested, in this case that's when I have wasted my time and money on RB's. They can be good, however, to get a discount, and for this reason I'll continue to put some up in the future.

I've done quite a few RBs and have found that the ideal notice is no more than 2 to 3 days. I give the age range I'm looking for, the location, and the max I want to pay, and that's it. Have had as many as 20 responses, and as few as 5. There's always a handful of girls who take no notice of any of these requirements, but I've found the odd gem too.

And also found some extraordinarily good deals, or apparently good deals, with girls claiming they go out for 250 quid, saying they'll take my 120, or, if I'm feeling tight, 100 quid. (1 hr outcall.)

Fair play to them. If they haven't got much on, there's nothing wrong with a bit of yield management. Hotels and airlines do it all the time.

Offline Jimmyredcab

I normally allow 3 days, I have tried reverse bids about a dozen times, always get lots of replies but mostly total crap, I am sure some of these don't even read my requests, I have had bids from women 10 years over my limit and 60 miles away.
In my opinion young hot pro$$ies don't have to beg for business. 

Offline daveev

Myself, i set the reverse booking over a month then i can see what comes up, if anyone i fancy then i can get back to them and see if they are free, but you do get a load of picture scammers trying it on and girls 4 hours away,

Online itk

Done about half a dozen, all with no end product. Most replies are from women who don't fit the criteria I stated, and the rest I'm afraid I'd struggle to get hard for.

Offline aardvark

I think the longercyou let it run, the better. You will get lots of bids that are pic scammers / too old / too far away / outside criteria, but you may also get an absolute peach. Don't pay for the pg unless you can possibly avoid it and certainly not until you have had a text exchange.  I have never done it, but you  could ask them for the pin to their pg as a demonstration of good faith!!!!!

Offline KentAde

I concur with what has been said above. I am active RB user, always trying to get the best deals possible, but it so bloody frustrating that WGs bid when they have no intention of seeing you, either not doing the services you want or are in a completely different area of the country!  :diablo:
I have one RB on there now where the girl wrote a lovely spill about what she loves to get upto and will do all I ask and when I emailed her to clarify everything she said my email was "very clinical and cosmetic" WTF?! and she was retracting her bid as I didn't click with her!
Waste of my fucking email time!!!Grrrr....

Offline Jimmyredcab

Done about half a dozen, all with no end product. Most replies are from women who don't fit the criteria I stated, and the rest I'm afraid I'd struggle to get hard for.

Thanks for your reply, I thought it might be just me, obviously not.    :hi:

Offline NIK

Thanks for your reply, I thought it might be just me, obviously not.    :hi:

Me too. In my experience reverse bookings are a total waste of time and a small amount of money.

Offline Frederick

Placed about 6

4 have worked out very well, 1 has been crap, 1 I cancelled but had the bids I wanted. All have been considerably below what they quote on the profile.

Offline finn5555

Personally I find them a bit hit and miss. Always put one on as I have had a couple of gems off there before  :thumbsup:
Lately it's been the same old faces and of those 80% are hideous  :vomit:

Offline wristjob

Myself, i set the reverse booking over a month then i can see what comes up, if anyone i fancy then i can get back to them and see if they are free, but you do get a load of picture scammers trying it on and girls 4 hours away,

Is it worth doing a long one to see what people offer? I guess you could go to them any time and see if they would honour that price?

Never done one myself but thinking of giving it a go.

Offline Dani

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Is it worth doing a long one to see what people offer? I guess you could go to them any time and see if they would honour that price?

Never done one myself but thinking of giving it a go.

If you get a couple of decent offers and can only see one of them why not email the other and say you are sorry but you had already agreed to see someone else but will she honour that price in a few weeks or a months time.  Most will say yes if you do it that way, rather than leaving it and then asking them a month later if they will honour the price they offered on your Rb as those that use Rbs a lot wont remember the RB or what price they offered a month later

Offline Jimmyredcab



Never done one myself but thinking of giving it a go.

No harm in trying, you may get lucky.

The worst that can happen is that you waste £2.  :hi:

Offline essexmat

Ironically I just one a RB for London (5 mins ago) Going to see what comes up later. In dire need of a punt after a break from it since Maggie21 (now she IS someone I will see again!)

Offline KentAde

If you get a couple of decent offers and can only see one of them why not email the other and say you are sorry but you had already agreed to see someone else but will she honour that price in a few weeks or a months time.  Most will say yes if you do it that way, rather than leaving it and then asking them a month later if they will honour the price they offered on your Rb as those that use Rbs a lot wont remember the RB or what price they offered a month later

It usually works for me! A polite email on the basis of the above frequently gets a "yes, no problem" if delaying a booking for a while...  :D

Offline finn5555

If you get a couple of decent offers and can only see one of them why not email the other and say you are sorry but you had already agreed to see someone else but will she honour that price in a few weeks or a months time.  Most will say yes if you do it that way, rather than leaving it and then asking them a month later if they will honour the price they offered on your Rb as those that use Rbs a lot wont remember the RB or what price they offered a month later

Have done this on a few occasions and only been declined the once  :hi:

Offline wristjob

If you get a couple of decent offers and can only see one of them why not email the other and say you are sorry but you had already agreed to see someone else but will she honour that price in a few weeks or a months time.  Most will say yes if you do it that way, rather than leaving it and then asking them a month later if they will honour the price they offered on your Rb as those that use Rbs a lot wont remember the RB or what price they offered a month later

Like everything it's not really what you say so much as you you say it.

I guess the fact you were willing to pay a couple of quid for a RB means you are probably more serious than the average time waster.

If you get a couple of decent offers and can only see one of them why not email the other and say you are sorry but you had already agreed to see someone else but will she honour that price in a few weeks or a months time.  Most will say yes if you do it that way, rather than leaving it and then asking them a month later if they will honour the price they offered on your Rb as those that use Rbs a lot wont remember the RB or what price they offered a month later

I've tried that a couple of times when there's been a serious discount, only I've been a little more careful with my wording by saying 'I've now got a social commitment I can't cancel so can we put it back a week' rather than suggest I've selected another girl ahead of her. Regardless of this, it hasn't worked either time  :lol: One of the replies was extremely pompous along the lines - 'this was a once in a lifetime offer and I won't repeat it'. Fair enough - good bye.

I'm becoming addicted to RBs and I'm now doing them every fortnight with a one week lead time. True, most of the time it's the same girls, but every now and then there's a very pleasant surprise. I consider it a form of entertainment in itself - keeps me interested in the week when the emails drop into my inbox.

Offline dawsonuk

I don't think they read them most of the time - I put an RB up tonight looking for a slim, young, white lady. Had a bid back from a lady who was none of the above...


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