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Offline d00fer

'Completed' is current. This is my feedback page today:



So how exactly do girls 'mark as complete'?

I think by 'Confirming' and the copy is now inaccurate.

Online Neal69

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AW bookings have two options. Schedule and confirmed. Schedule is to say the booking has been agreed and will take place. Confirmed is for after the booking took place. If you read AWs T&Cs this is how AW expect it to be done. Some do confirm beforehand so they don't forget afterwards but if it has been scheduled then it means booking agreed and will be confirmed after you have arrived
At the time the booking is due to end prossies get sent an email from AW asking us to confirm if the booking took place and that's when we are supposed to confirm the booking





Thanks for that Dani.

I was not aware of that as I have only seen the "confirmed" on my bookings.

I have always assumed that the idea was that the WG confirmed that the booking was about to take place. When this has happened I have felt confidant that all was well with the booking.

Have never seen the "scheduled" but will look out for it now.

Offline Dani

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This is what we get options to do. Nowhere does it say complete. It may be different on a punters end but ours has two options. Schedule the booking to take place then confirm it has taken place


Offline d00fer

Thanks Dani, just getting back to the OP's original issue, when you receive a booking request do you have to do anything for it to have a scheduled status?

Offline Dani

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All we have to do is click the box next to the booking to schedule it.  This means the booking has been agreed and should go ahead as planned.

Sorry the pic was so big I was at work and did it on my phone as didn't have the laptop with me

Offline d00fer

All we have to do is click the box next to the booking to schedule it.  This means the booking has been agreed and should go ahead as planned.

Sorry the pic was so big I was at work and did it on my phone as didn't have the laptop with me

Thanks again Dani. I think that this is where the problem might be.

I believe that as soon a punter submits a booking request it appears in the 'Your feedback'. This is immediate and automatic. If an SP then 'Schedules' it there is no notification or messaging to the punter that this has happened.

It's obvious when a booking request has been 'Confirmed' as the rating radio buttons appear. A minority of SP's 'Confirm' before the meeting, more after and some never for all the reasons stated previously.

If this is correct, and I'm sure others will let me know if I'm not, then a punter doesn't know if an SP has agreed a booking request, unless it's been 'Confirmed'

Offline Steely Dan

if you look on your "all correspondence" page, you can see if your booking has been read or not.  Then, if read, you might see the word "scheduled" or the word "confirmed".

Offline d00fer

if you look on your "all correspondence" page, you can see if your booking has been read or not.  Then, if read, you might see the word "scheduled" or the word "confirmed".

Perfect, thank you

Offline Butter

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I struggle for clients to fill in the booking form, majority refuse to correspond by email also. Despite my advising on my profile also that I wont give out a number until I have some idea of their being genuine.

Well she didn't respond to my messages this morning as promised and had an apologetic text four hours after the scheduled time.

Offline anyfucker

replying to west8 above
i only recently noticed that some bookings were not marked as confirmed just scheduled and was a bit suspicous the booking might fall through, fortunately it did not.
have since paid more attention and noticed this often happens, saw both HTF + Mel (not together!) and neither changed the status afterwards despite it being a good meeting.
So i guess if busy and they have lots of positive feedback they're not so concerned to change the status.

Geeky stuff - the word "completed" is in a string of text and could just as easily be e.g. finished/fulfilled ... whereas the status of the booking is one of two codes
within the database, it might well be a simple letter or number  0 = requested, 1 = scheduled, 2 = complete.
HTH
« Last Edit: February 06, 2015, 04:11:49 PM by anyfucker »

Offline west8

I just went to leave the first ever Negative feedback on Adultwork, but as above the booking has not been marked as 'Complete':

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You cannot rate this member as the booking has
not been marked as completed by you or _SweetMONIQUE_

 :wacko:

Offline mrhappypants

I just went to leave the first ever Negative feedback on Adultwork, but as above the booking has not been marked as 'Complete':

 :wacko:

Yep.  As far as I can figure out the AW system allows the girls so much control over the system that the only way they get negative feedback is if they (a) are not fully conversent with how to manage (manipulate) the opportunity to leave a review, or (b) misjudge a punter who they think will leave a positive. I have been punting for about 2 years (50 punts) now and I have only had one occasion where I had wanted to and could have left negative feedback.  This was because the girl didn't realise how disappointed I was with the punt (deluded) and was keen to get a review.

Dave

This is what we get options to do. Nowhere does it say complete. It may be different on a punters end but ours has two options. Schedule the booking to take place then confirm it has taken place



I think Dani that you can confirm the booking at any time before or after it. Once the booking time is up, as long as you have confirmed it, the punter can leave proper feedback.

After a few poor experiences, I won't go ahead with a booking unless it's confirmed beforehand

This does all seem heavily weighted in the girls favour...

Offline SUMO61

Except that we can leave a review here on UK punting, which seems to be very well read, judging by the numbers using this forum.

I'm a default reader of UKP reviews now, trust that more than AW reviews..

As I understand it, if you make a booking through the system you have full control over whether it is deleted or not. Even if it's not confirmed, you can leave feedback, just can't give it a rating. Don't see why you can't say something like 'See UKP for review' on the feedback.

The WG can't delete the booking from your 'all correspondence' list, and as long as you don't delete it yourself you can leave feedback (up to one month after, of course).

Offline Marmalade

A lot of WGs don't bother confirming on AW and many don't even know scheduling exists.

If I was a prossie and had a booking from from a keyboard psycho no way would I be hitting confirm to give him greater license to spout pish. I always expect confirmation by phone or text or email. The AW 'confirm' is just to facilitate feedback and for facebook junkies who prefer minimum human interaction.

It can, however, at least indicate that there is a human being on the other end of the profile. May or may not be the prossie.


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