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Online smiths

You know as well as I do that many shit punts don't get reviewed, the lower the price the greater the risk, they may be old, fat, ugly ------ or all three.  :vomit:

I do know that but i am not convinced the lower the price equals the greater the risk nowadays, some of the FRs and FB i read of £200 an hour and above punts is of bad punts and god knows how many dont review those punts.

Caution is needed full stop at all punts, i view them all the same at whatever price i pay, with suspicion until i know otherwise.

My advice to punters is give lower priced WGs a go if price is a consideration to you and find out for yourself, if its a bad one at least you tried and are less of pocket than if you had coughed up £200 an hour and had a duff punt. ;)

Online smiths

Fair comment however I dispute what you said earlier ---------- " In London £60 an hour is getting to be a widespread fee charged by EE WGs"

It is rare, certainly not widespread ---------------------- just as you wouldn't consider a 30 minute booking I wouldn't consider a girl charging 1980's rates.    ;)

Obviously you punt how suits you Jim, as i punt how suits me not automatically ruling WGs out due to what they charge. Yes they might be bad, but they might be good, gems are out their as proven on this forum charging low prices.

The fact is £60-100 an hour is seen as great money by some EE WGs, they were earning peanuts in comparison in their home countries. Some come here start cheap to get the punters in and sometimes raise their prices once established.

Offline ncarter

I would say that to me unless I have an absolute guarantee of a good punt, I would never pay £150/hr +. As for £200+ then I doubt the service would be twice as good as I could get for £100.

With me £100 is a set rate, £70-£80 would equate to an expected 70-80% as good, whilst £120 would equate to a 120% better punt. I have had punts for £50 and £80 that have exceeded punts I had for £100 in terms of service. It might be me but I look at the whole package provided. I would opt for a larger size lady if I knew I would enjoy myself and get a good service than opt for a skinny 'stunner' who is as active and responsive as a blow-up doll. I'm sure many have different views, but wouldn't it be dull if we all had the same tastes and opinions.

Online smiths

I would say that to me unless I have an absolute guarantee of a good punt, I would never pay £150/hr +. As for £200+ then I doubt the service would be twice as good as I could get for £100.

With me £100 is a set rate, £70-£80 would equate to an expected 70-80% as good, whilst £120 would equate to a 120% better punt. I have had punts for £50 and £80 that have exceeded punts I had for £100 in terms of service. It might be me but I look at the whole package provided. I would opt for a larger size lady if I knew I would enjoy myself and get a good service than opt for a skinny 'stunner' who is as active and responsive as a blow-up doll. I'm sure many have different views, but wouldn't it be dull if we all had the same tastes and opinions.

If a WG charges say £100 an hour and is excellent no other WG could charge £200 an hour and be twice as good, thats a myth by those who talk prices up. Sometimes people will say you will get a more beautiful WG who has better premises when you pay £200 an hour plus, this isnt necessarily so as i know from when i have paid £300 and £350 an hour in the past. There was no difference to when i paid other WGs £100 an hour. As i say the price charged is not the defining factor on whether a punter will get a good punt, that is the individual WGs attitude.

Paris who used to work in Soho Walk-Ups was very highly rated by many punters but charged a low fee. Katie Weale used to charge £200 plus an hour (its now £150 according to her profile) because she is/was a pornstar, she in fact has an horrific attitude and offers a bad service as i personally know from punting with her a number of times at parties. Fees charged are neither here nor there as to how good a WG could be.

I hope newbie punters save themselves a lot of money by not equating price charged with how good a WG could be. I go on the WG that interests me and have paid £70-180 an hour in recent years, the £180 a hour punts are above my self imposed usual £150 an hour maximum but were well worth paying the extra for in my view. For me being flexible in what i am prepared to pay works for me but i wouldnt pay over £200 an hour to punt with anyone.

« Last Edit: November 25, 2012, 06:44:33 pm by smiths »

Offline toon972

hi guys,thankyou for your helpful and funny replies,much appreciated.
Well I will give you an update on what happened.The girl I liked the look of Amelia Thompson[dont know how to put up links yet]only does outcalls.I sent her an Email saying that I could book an hotel for £37,but they wanted too much info,address phone Email etc.Also how do I book out if we are only there for 1.5 hours.She sent me a lovely Email back saying she could book a cheaper hotel if I could send her the money by paypal and do I want to extend the booking to 3 hrs.I didnt like the idea of paypal as I didnt know what info she would receive about me.I replied that I didnt have paypal acc. and that if she could book hotel I would repay her on the night.I also said that I would extend the booking to 2 hrs and that would make it £160 pound as I advertised £120 for 1.5 hrs.Well I got a straight forward Email back saying that she would not book hotel and that if I get a look at her profile she charges £150 an hour, of course I knew this but that wasnt the deal.So that was the end of that.I was probs a bit naive in asking her to book hotel as she doesnt know me.It was too late to book anyone else so that was the end of that.It hasnt put me off and I will try again,but it looks like I have a lot to learn yet.I will get there eventually.

Online smiths

hi guys,thankyou for your helpful and funny replies,much appreciated.
Well I will give you an update on what happened.The girl I liked the look of Amelia Thompson[dont know how to put up links yet]only does outcalls.I sent her an Email saying that I could book an hotel for £37,but they wanted too much info,address phone Email etc.Also how do I book out if we are only there for 1.5 hours.She sent me a lovely Email back saying she could book a cheaper hotel if I could send her the money by paypal and do I want to extend the booking to 3 hrs.I didnt like the idea of paypal as I didnt know what info she would receive about me.I replied that I didnt have paypal acc. and that if she could book hotel I would repay her on the night.I also said that I would extend the booking to 2 hrs and that would make it £160 pound as I advertised £120 for 1.5 hrs.Well I got a straight forward Email back saying that she would not book hotel and that if I get a look at her profile she charges £150 an hour, of course I knew this but that wasnt the deal.So that was the end of that.I was probs a bit naive in asking her to book hotel as she doesnt know me.It was too late to book anyone else so that was the end of that.It hasnt put me off and I will try again,but it looks like I have a lot to learn yet.I will get there eventually.

My advice is NEVER pay in advance of the day with the WG in front of you in person.

Hotels wont care if you check out early as long as you have paid obviously. Unless you walk into a hotel off the street and pay in cash its usual they ask for some details about you.

Better luck next time. ;)

Offline ncarter

My advice is NEVER pay in advance of the day with the WG in front of you in person.

Did you roughly mean 'never pay in advance of the day only pay when actually with the WG'?
Apologies my brain must be a little tired. Also I don't know if it is just where I have been staying, but I have found Hotels ask for ID when you check in (Actually for hotels read backpacker hostels) I almost got refused entry to a Hostel in London because I didn't have my passport (don't carry it about in the UK unless going/coming from abroad) or driving licence (went down to London on the train so didn't bother to bring it) and they eventually accepted my credit cards.

Online smiths

Did you roughly mean 'never pay in advance of the day only pay when actually with the WG'?
Apologies my brain must be a little tired. Also I don't know if it is just where I have been staying, but I have found Hotels ask for ID when you check in (Actually for hotels read backpacker hostels) I almost got refused entry to a Hostel in London because I didn't have my passport (don't carry it about in the UK unless going/coming from abroad) or driving licence (went down to London on the train so didn't bother to bring it) and they eventually accepted my credit cards.

Yes, only pay with the WG in front of you on the day ready to punt.

Must hotels do ask for ID but if you walk in off the street and pay in cash in advance some dont, especially smaller to medium sized hotels in my experiences, the point is its pot luck whether they will have a room and more importantly for me this is an expensive way to get a room, its likely to be at full cost. I use Trivago or Late Rooms myself and often get big discounts over the hotels own rates but a hotel will sometimes have an internet rate that will be cheaper than their walk in off the street rate.

Offline ncarter

I have to say I have never yet done an outcall so have not worried about all this.
If going somewhere I do use the internet to book accommodation, although I have found, particularly in London when I have been recently that I prefer hostels to hotels, not just for the price, but when I was on a course, everyone else who had travelled down and booked a hotel moaned that they were stuck in a room from evening to morning on their own whilst I was in my cheap hostel dorm. chatting away to all types of people (usually until 1-2am) before getting up at 7 to go on the course. (Sort of on topic in a way as related to a bargain deal that yet might not suit everybody and proof that again the cheapest is not always the worst in the same way the most expensive hotels are not always the best)


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