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Author Topic: Why do they do it ?  (Read 2764 times)

Offline hexohm

No ones mentioned the point that you could come across as a cunt / time waster.  some girls get a shit load of emails and its just not worth their time to reply to every one.  They'll reply to the ones they think are genuine or the proposition is suitable to them.

Just because they are a service provider doesnt mean they have to take on every job.  I'm a tradesman and get enquiries about all sorts of work, some i have no interest in doing.  I dont waste my time with dead ends, that doesnt make me unprofessional or a bad tradesman

Offline AnthG

No ones mentioned the point that you could come across as a cunt / time waster.  some girls get a shit load of emails and its just not worth their time to reply to every one.  They'll reply to the ones they think are genuine or the proposition is suitable to them.

Just because they are a service provider doesnt mean they have to take on every job.  I'm a tradesman and get enquiries about all sorts of work, some i have no interest in doing.  I dont waste my time with dead ends, that doesnt make me unprofessional or a bad tradesman

I did

What is worse though is when it happens with someone who you know is genuine. As you start thinking "what have I said wrong, have I appeared creepy, or could she have misconstrued what I asked or said" And you start running your head through the worst things.

So these jobs that you think are non starters for you, do you just completely ignore those customers inquiring?

If a guy is coming off as a 'bit of a cunt' I think the girl should say so in a response email. This will allow that person to refine how they communicate. Or know for booking someone else that their manner of inquiring for a booking is wrong.

Offline yorkshire123

No ones mentioned the point that you could come across as a cunt / time waster.  some girls get a shit load of emails and its just not worth their time to reply to every one.  They'll reply to the ones they think are genuine or the proposition is suitable to them.

Just because they are a service provider doesnt mean they have to take on every job.  I'm a tradesman and get enquiries about all sorts of work, some i have no interest in doing.  I dont waste my time with dead ends, that doesnt make me unprofessional or a bad tradesman

Without a "thanks but I'm not interested" reply yes it does.
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Offline Sonny Crockett

If a guy is coming off as a 'bit of a cunt' I think the girl should say so in a response email. This will allow that person to refine how they communicate. Or know for booking someone else that their manner of inquiring for a booking is wrong.

I agree. However the reality is that many of them just give you the silent treatment. This is what I worry about when I do not get a response from WGs regarding their availability!!!!!
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Offline Roth

Without a "thanks but I'm not interested" reply yes it does.

+1. Only cunts don't reply to genuine queries.  :thumbsdown: :bomb:

Offline AnthG

+1. Only cunts don't reply to genuine queries.  :thumbsdown: :bomb:

+2, this really is one of the most frustrating things about punting, the whole the girl reads your email and doesn't reply to it, situation.

It is the sheer height of insult, bad manners and just out and out contempt to you. As it makes you panic as you start to think if you have said something wrong to cause it  - feelings you really should have to endure as a customer.

You then worry about sending another, or telephoning the number of the profile incase you appear creepy by doing it. Or if its a case of there was something wrong causing her to ignore the email.

Offline galcom666

TBH what WG do is indicative of wider society at large. Like applying for jobs... silence is the norm now if you don't get it. I always remember the ones who said back sorry we've filled it but good luck anyway. It might be generic email sent out but it gives me a much better opinion of the company in question.

Same thing with other service providers: piano tuners, mechanics, plumbers. Phone them leave a message can't be arsed to get back to you.

I mean fuck man some people in my network. I spot a job and pass it on to them. Many of them don't bother to say thanks. Do I send them future jobs? Nope and what do they do they bitch and moan about work being scarce. While the ones that do communicate and say thanks for the job info we're always employed.
« Last Edit: July 10, 2015, 11:34:00 PM by justpin »

Offline AnthG

TBH what WG do is indicative of wider society at large. Like applying for jobs... silence is the norm now if you don't get it. I always remember the ones who said back sorry we've filled it but good luck anyway. It might be generic email sent out but it gives me a much better opinion of the company in question.

But they are applying to us for the job. That is what their AW profile is, a CV. The punter is the employer, the WG is the employee. Its the working girl who puts onto her yearly tax form :) that she is an escort.

I have seen the reasons people put about for why they do this. But really if the girl is British, and she is genuine (so not a PG scammer). There is no reason or justification to ever do this.
« Last Edit: July 11, 2015, 12:16:34 AM by AnthG »

Offline AnthG

Can I possibly please ask. If you are ignored in sending a message on AW.

How do you handle sending the second message (obviously assuming you are the type of person who will send a second/final message to someone who ignored the first).

Do you say in it "I sent you a message a week ago and you ignored it". Do you send the exact same message again a week later that you sent her the week earlier. Do you just ask again not even referring to the original message. Or do you say "Was there something wrong in the message that caused you to ignore it".

My thoughts are the last one seems most appropriate. As in asking if there was something wrong with the last message.

Like I have said above. I hate with a passion getting ignored as I am never sure how best to handle it after then on in. As in incase I have said something wrong or whatever.

This is one of the reasons why nearly all of my punts have been with agencies, to avoid all this mess.

Offline RedKettle

Can I possibly please ask. If you are ignored in sending a message on AW.

How do you handle sending the second message (obviously assuming you are the type of person who will send a second/final message to someone who ignored the first).

Do you say in it "I sent you a message a week ago and you ignored it". Do you send the exact same message again a week later that you sent her the week earlier. Do you just ask again not even referring to the original message. Or do you say "Was there something wrong in the message that caused you to ignore it".

My thoughts are the last one seems most appropriate. As in asking if there was something wrong with the last message.

Like I have said above. I hate with a passion getting ignored as I am never sure how best to handle it after then on in. As in incase I have said something wrong or whatever.

This is one of the reasons why nearly all of my punts have been with agencies, to avoid all this mess.

I rarely message on AW as I look for a number and call.  However when I do there would not be a second one if ignored, I have a long HL and will just move on....


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