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Offline GlasgowGirl

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Yes it could still happen, however it greatly reduces the likelihood by not giving the full address to new clients.

Of course they return, just because something aint your cup of tea doesn't mean that others don't love it!  :rolleyes: (obligatory eye roll  :kissgirl:)

Offline ParisB

 i dont give out my address when im working from it  im happy to give them directions ( and send them a text with the postcode for parking ect ) but not the full address

Even when its someone that i have met before i ask them to call me when they are outside the block as i dont want to be letting someone in and its not them ( i will make exception for regular clients that i know well but for some one just asking for the address  it wont happen
but i havnt had anyone refuse to see me because of the way i work
i do the same when in hotel im happy to tell them the hotel name but not the room number untill i know they are in the hotel
as i work from a block of flats i dont get the problem of people banging on the door and when im not working  or with a client i switch teh intercom off so that should someone try to buzz up on the off chance neither i or the client will be disturbed   
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One I've never understood this - how does not giving out your address enhance your security in any way ?

Offline Ali Katt

I'm happy to see anyone who just gives a postcode or hotel name. I won't see someone if they say "turn left at the green sign, past the B&Q, park near the great oak and I'll give you directions on foot". It really happened I turned up about 10, maybe 20 minutes late because I couldn't find the place.

Offline J

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Its just a matter of remaining in control really, you don't really want someone arriving way too early and coming to your door unexpected (when you either aren't ready or in the midst of something else) or alternatively much later than was booked, a simple phone call in the vicinity makes sure of this and also prevents giving out your address unnecessarily.
I'd say it also adds to the general discretion of it, being able to control when said client comes through the door.
Its a good idea basically.

Online James999

I'd say it also adds to the general discretion of it,

What a load of bollocks, having guys hanging around in the street calling you is not discreet for them or the pro$$ie  :dash: :dash:

Offline AnthG

What a load of bollocks, having guys hanging around in the street calling you is not discreet for them or the pro$$ie  :dash: :dash:
Agree with this totally. When I was booking with an agency this is what they would require. And I would try my best to say it as coyly as possible over the phone as there were always people about (the flats were in a heavily populated student area).

Or you do the pretend its a friend you're phoning and just confirming you're there type thing. Its annoying when they go, "what are you talking about you need to be more specific about who you booked to see and what time and there are people around".

It takes good skills to say "I am here for my 12 o clock booking with Kyrsha" without actually saying any of that.

Offline J

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What a load of bollocks, having guys hanging around in the street calling you is not discreet for them or the pro$$ie  :dash: :dash:

I don't see the problem, all you need to briefly say is you've arrived now where do I find you.
You could be visiting anyone on a given road surely?
What you really don't want is people turning up out of the blue at any time on your doorstep as you gave them the full address details before they arrived. 
I certainly wouldn't want to dish out my address details to a random stranger who may not even show.
Calling on arrival is the only real way to control when someone gets to your door basically, there's nothing to say someone wouldn't arrive at an inconvenient/indiscreet time otherwise too late/too early.

Offline Jimmyredcab


What you really don't want is people turning up out of the blue at any time on your doorstep as you gave them the full address details before they arrived. 

What about the hundreds of men who have already seen you, plus the fact that they could pass on your address to their mates.  :(

Offline J

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Typically if they don't have a problem with following the procedure first time around they'll do it the second time too, once they know what they need to do its fine. This is my experience.
I think you could probably underestimate as a genuine punter the huge number of weirdoes, creeps and timewasters who contact escorts on a daily basis - you really want to limit giving out your
address to those who actually turn up otherwise you're just creating potential problems for yourself.
There's no way I'd want to give out my full address to some random caller over the phone. The genuine respectful clients don't have a problem with making a brief call when they arrive in the given postcode area.
In fact its easier as they aren't wasting time looking around for a specific number.
I mean some people don't see timekeeping as an issue, you could give them a full address and for them that would be a signal to turn up pretty much at any time. The only way you can genuinely control what time they come to your door is having them ring on arrival.
« Last Edit: May 28, 2012, 08:00:49 AM by J »

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In fact its easier as they aren't wasting time looking around for a specific number.


No it's not, as if they have the number in advance can input it straight to the Sat nav, whent hey arrive at the postcode and you tell them the number they still have to look for the specific number  :dash:

Offline J

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I direct them and tell them where a good place to park would be. Either way I'd never give out my full address to someone I don't even know will arrive, let alone at the right time!

Offline Jimmyredcab

I direct them and tell them where a good place to park would be. Either way I'd never give out my full address to someone I don't even know will arrive, let alone at the right time!

All I can say is that it is my money being spent so it has to be my rules or I go elsewhere, luckily there are hundreds to choose from within the M25

Offline J

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That's fine, its the individual's choice of course. I certainly won't start giving out my address to anyone who 'enquires' any time soon though! Casually enquiring, gaining 'details', and actually turning up for a booking are two very different things as anyone who's worked as an escort knows.
Security and control is the main thing really, and it isn't worth sacrificing either of these for a little bit of money. Never had anyone refuse a booking as they've not been given an entire address upfront, they're usually thankful that I can advise them where to park up and direct to my address when they arrive - and if they're not, well they aren't worth seeing as they'll just be too much hassle!

Offline Jimmyredcab


Security and control is the main thing really.

If a man intends to beat you up or rob you he will do so, whether you give out the address 24 hours in advance or 2 minutes before is irrelevant.

Offline J

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Maybe but I'd sooner clock him, his car and set the arrival time myself!
You're probably assuming (as a no doubt very genuine punter) that everyone who rings is somehow a real booking, the vast majority are simply timewasters and sex text types looking for a phone wank, there's no way in the world I'd want to presume to give out my address to every random caller.
When they've proven they're genuine and actually turn up on my road, fine, they get to know where I am and I let them know where to park.
If they can't do that they don't need any more of my details at all.
I can understand what may be your frustration as a genuine punter if you've been run around in the past, but equally I get this myself! I'd much rather remain in control up to the point of arrival. Have never had anyone take issue with it and it works fine for me.
It isn't so much the robbery or attack thing so much as controlling arrival time and maintaining discretion. A lot of guys would just come straight to the door if I gave the full address beforehand whether they turned up 30 minutes later than booked or 30 minutes earlier, not something I want to happen as it isn't practical for me.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Maybe but I'd sooner clock him, his car and set the arrival time myself!

1) Nutters can look quite normal.

2). No girl would be given the opportunity to take my registration number, my cab is never parked outside the girls premises.

Offline J

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Well as I was saying its more a case of controlling arrival time than anything else! In my situation I get most of them to park near me in bays which I know are fine, if they want to park elsewhere away from the road they can do so.
Calling on arrival suits me fine and then giving them directions to my door also is worthwhile.
Its much more about controlling when they get to my door than anything else. I know from experience that you get poor timekeepers who may arrive up to an hour later than booked, which is fine so long as I know, but I wouldn't want them arriving at my already given address without word! Calling on arrival for the number sorts this issue out.
If they have no intention of turning up they have no need to know my exact location, the road and postcode gets them to me then they call. Giving the address beforehand makes them assume simply showing up 'any time' is okay and I'm not able or willing to see clients on that basis.
« Last Edit: May 28, 2012, 11:09:26 AM by J »

Online James999

I direct them and tell them where a good place to park would be. Either way I'd never give out my full address to someone I don't even know will arrive, let alone at the right time!

That would set off alarm bells with sensble clients, as it could be a set up for the guy to be robbed  :hi:

Offline Ali Katt

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Giving the address beforehand makes them assume simply showing up 'any time' is okay and I'm not able or willing to see clients on that basis.
Sounds like a bit of bullshit to me. If they were going to turn up any time why make a booking for a set time. I've mentioned this before that when a potential goose chase was set up with crap directions, I personally have arrived late and I mean late because I couldn't find the place. Once again as Jimmy said I won't park where I can be seen or visit isolated areas on foot, for my own safety and to avoid being pissed about. Most people on this forum have been on goose chases and as mentioned it's their money and if they live in a city, large town or have a car/good transport links they can see a multitude of girls easily, so experienced punters don't jump through hoops to stick their cock into a girl's hoop.

Offline J

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Sounds like a bit of bullshit to me. If they were going to turn up any time why make a booking for a set time. I've mentioned this before that when a potential goose chase was set up with crap directions, I personally have arrived late and I mean late because I couldn't find the place. Once again as Jimmy said I won't park where I can be seen or visit isolated areas on foot, for my own safety and to avoid being pissed about. Most people on this forum have been on goose chases and as mentioned it's their money and if they live in a city, large town or have a car/good transport links they can see a multitude of girls easily, so experienced punters don't jump through hoops to stick their cock into a girl's hoop.

It happens far more often than you'd imagine believe me! Unless you've actually worked as an escort you'd probably find it hard to fathom just how many timewasters you have to cipher through before you reach the genuine decent clients who keep a booking and make it worthwhile.
A postcode is all I'll give until he actually shows up on my street and calls, anything else is unnecessary from my point of view as if a client's genuine he won't have a problem with calling me when he arrives.

Offline AnthG

It happens far more often than you'd imagine believe me! Unless you've actually worked as an escort you'd probably find it hard to fathom just how many timewasters you have to cipher through before you reach the genuine decent clients who keep a booking and make it worthwhile.
A postcode is all I'll give until he actually shows up on my street and calls, anything else is unnecessary from my point of view as if a client's genuine he won't have a problem with calling me when he arrives.
Do you not think all these time wasters were maybe just genuine wanting to book you punters that maybe said shove it to the "go here and then there and call me and I will give you the rest of the instructions on how to find me" response to a booking request?

I can personally say on AW I have messaged people on there who were touring and asked where about's generally are you as I use public transport and want to know if I can get to you.

To get a response of phone me on the day to ask. And I just thought to myself fine, no thanks. I do this because I do not want to have the situation of phoning and being told the person is not easily reachable to me and to then be in an awkward situation on the phone where I need to say I cannot get to her.

If this above escort had of given a proper reply I would have saw her. But she probably had me down as a timewaster as I never phone.

Offline Sailormack

Maybe but I'd sooner clock him, his car and set the arrival time myself!
You're probably assuming (as a no doubt very genuine punter) that everyone who rings is somehow a real booking, the vast majority are simply timewasters and sex text types looking for a phone wank, there's no way in the world I'd want to presume to give out my address to every random caller.
When they've proven they're genuine and actually turn up on my road, fine, they get to know where I am and I let them know where to park.
If they can't do that they don't need any more of my details at all.
I can understand what may be your frustration as a genuine punter if you've been run around in the past, but equally I get this myself! I'd much rather remain in control up to the point of arrival. Have never had anyone take issue with it and it works fine for me.
It isn't so much the robbery or attack thing so much as controlling arrival time and maintaining discretion. A lot of guys would just come straight to the door if I gave the full address beforehand whether they turned up 30 minutes later than booked or 30 minutes earlier, not something I want to happen as it isn't practical for me.

I think it's about time your pimp earned his keep  :sarcastic:

Offline J

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Do you not think all these time wasters were maybe just genuine wanting to book you punters that maybe said shove it to the "go here and then there and call me and I will give you the rest of the instructions on how to find me" response to a booking request?

I can personally say on AW I have messaged people on there who were touring and asked where about's generally are you as I use public transport and want to know if I can get to you.

To get a response of phone me on the day to ask. And I just thought to myself fine, no thanks. I do this because I do not want to have the situation of phoning and being told the person is not easily reachable to me and to then be in an awkward situation on the phone where I need to say I cannot get to her.

If this above escort had of given a proper reply I would have saw her. But she probably had me down as a timewaster as I never phone.

Not really, I don't withhold my basic area and the postcode sticks them within a few hundred metres of me anyway! I don't really do prebooking stuff anyway, its pretty clear that I prefer them to call approx 1 hour before and at that point I'd give general location details right down to the road I am on. If they want to 'book' in advance they can so long as they give enough advance contact on the day to make it clear it isn't just a little fantasy they're harbouring.
I'll happily give them the postcode at an earlier point than this if its easier for them but I think that's enough info until they prove themselves to be genuine clients.
There's no sense of a wild goose chase whatsoever, and if they appreciate our shared need to be discreet they'll appreciate I prefer a call on arrival.
I'm sure some punters may have had bad experiences with this sort of thing but it isn't something I do and it works for me and the guys who see me.



Kristina

I am willing to give my postcode to anyone making an appointment and tell them I will give them final directions when they call from the postcode.

I do get general enquiries of where are you I would like to make sure I can get to you, or i would like ot plan my route to you.  I have no problem giving out the post code for this as it is understandable.  I will say though I have guys call on several occasions asking for the postcode to plan the route and then turn up unannounced, to tell me they are at the post code.  So now I make sure I make it clear that they will need to call back to make the appoitment. I do take the point of phone me on the day to ask and agree that this is not very helpful agreed.

I can honestly say in all the years I have been doing this when people have booked and asked for the address and I have said here is the post code, please call me when you get there for final directions I have had not one person say they did not want the appointment unless I gave my full address, genuine punters know the score and know how it works.  I am pretecting the privacy of not only myself but also other punters who may be leaving if someone turend up early so in the interest of all concerned I think it is the professional thing to do.

 

Offline Ali Katt

I think there is an element of give and take when it comes to bookings, I do ask for a postcode as a minimum and a street name. It also lets me check it on google street view as it could be a rough area - rough area = no booking. I've also had some women who have said "call me in an hour and I'll give it to you then" and another one said "I don't know it". Some of the best work from apartments and give you the name of the building and if they want to the apartment number as you arrive.

What I will say is some escorts book back to back, hence the resistance to give out any detail, including postcodes, street names; some live in areas full nosey bastards in which case they should work elsewhere, and a lot of men on here have arrived at a certain place and the phone has been switched off. That's why I think some details are important.


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