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New Escort - What Advice Can You Give Me?

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I have recently signed up to an agency and would like some advice from you. Any appreciated!

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I have recently signed up to an agency and would like some advice from you. Any appreciated!

bit of bedtime reading

http://www.saafe.info/

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Put your contact details in your PN profile, get a listing in the PN service providers database to start with. Your agency should be doing enough to help you, if not move on.

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I've never worked through an agency so can't be specific- but here's my useful thought- Always carry babywipes!

Good luck!

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check out a d u l t w o r k. it is not allowed to be mentioned here. you may see it referred to as the purple site.

look at other boards like oldestprof.com

look at making yourself a website. Google moonfruit which is a website maker and fairly easy to use.

if you get your own web address, make sure you buy it yourself. dont let someone buy it for you or they can hold you to ransome for it. You can get a co.uk address for £6.50+VAT from lcn.com for 2 years.

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I can't really add to all the advice given, apart from good luck and keep safe. ^^Coventrypunter has given you such excellent advice, I wonder whether he isn't a WG himself! ;)

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I can't really add to all the advice given, apart from good luck and keep safe. ^^Coventrypunter has given you such excellent advice, I wonder whether he isn't a WG himself! ;)

CP adjusts his short skirt, fishnets and split crotch y-fronts....

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CP adjusts his short skirt, fishnets and split crotch y-fronts....

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Don’t let your clients or perspective clients know you are new. Unfortunately this industry has more than its fair share of “Unwanted elements” in it. You will get those who will try every scam in the book just because they think you are new.

The http://www.saafe.info/ site should be read at least three times over and an exam taken at the end of it. It’s without doubt the best place a working girl can look.

If you do decide to buy a domain name be it a .co.uk or a .com or anything else for that matter make sure it’s not traceable to you. You can have the registrant’s details hidden from public view. The last thing you want is some idiot finding out where you live from your domain name.

Lastly it’s imperative that all your working details are kept separate from your personal details. I.e. keep a different number a different working name a different email address.

Treat it as a separate identity totally and you will not go wrong.

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A reputable agency should be giving any lady new to all this

some good advice and links to information which could be of help.

Advising the lady not to tell clients she is new is being a little

naive I think.... as many agents will inform clients of new ladies who are

fresh and impressionable. Some clients are always on the look out for new

girls who have little experience at this job.

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Lots of good advice already (and relevations about CP that perhaps some of the more perceptive amongst us had already wondered about...).

I would say try to find an experienced working girl to be a chum with and bounce off ideas and absorb all she says.

Decide what services you do want to offer and those you don't and then stick to that, only changing as you gain experience and decide you know enough to cut out or add services, but I suggest starting with a limited rota not offering everything straightaway to make a good impression and make more money.

If the agency seems more interested in money than its girls, move on. Think whether a parlour (or perhaps a 'parlour' using multi-occupied flats) so that you have other girls around you for company, information, role models or non-role models - seems a better way to start than stuck in a flat on your own wondering what on earth will knock on the door next.

Best wishes - and get out of the business as soon as you should.

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