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Overtime

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Hello,

Just have a quick question and I could really use some advice from the other side....

So gist of it:

Met lovely man for an hour of fun. Accidentaly overstayed by an hour. He now wants another meeting - but when he put the booking through the system on the other site he's just requested two hours at my usual rate of one hour?

Now clearly am not a clock watcher...but I don't know how to explain to him that my rates are fixed and any overtime is at my own discretion?

Without obviously denting his ego.

Thanks in advance.

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I think you have answered your own question - you just have to tell him plain and simple in as nice a way as possible that over time is your discretion.

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I have suffered from this big style at times, we are mistresses of all that we do!

Say something along the lines that as a rule you do not do that and you just lost track of time before.

Ask him to book you for your one and a half hour rate.

I did that to my guys who want 2 for the price of 1, they all got the 2 then, but you get more than your hourly rate.

They all did as requested.....

All the best.

Lucy :)

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You could say something along the lines of 'I'm a bit confused, you've booked for two hours but only put £xx, which is my rate for one hour. Did you want one hour at £X or two hours at £y?'

Sometimes playing dumb is very effective! If he questions it say as Lucy suggested, it was a one off as you lost track of time!

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as a punter I think Lucy7 and LondonLydia have got it spot on, I would not be offended but I would know the rules

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................ but when he put the booking through the system on the other site he's just requested two hours at my usual rate of one hour?....................

He's trying it on – taking advantage of you!

Make it clear to him that he’s paying for an hour. Sure, if he’s a nice chap and you’re happy to let it run over again then do so – but on YOUR terms. Don’t let him dictate events!

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Thanks, I don't think he's trying it on he's genuinely very nice, but I'm also to blame as I have ego-stroker tendancies...Will do as Lucy and Lydia suggested. Thanks so much!xx

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Hello, Just have a quick question and I could really use some advice from the other side.... So gist of it: Met lovely man for an hour of fun. Accidentaly overstayed by an hour. He now wants another meeting - but when he put the booking through the system on the other site he's just requested two hours at my usual rate of one hour? Now clearly am not a clock watcher...but I don't know how to explain to him that my rates are fixed and any overtime is at my own discretion? Without obviously denting his ego. Thanks in advance.

My advice is just tell him clearly what your rates are and he either accepts paying for one hour, two or doesnt bother. Could be a pisstaker assuming your a soft touch or just confused as he got so much longer last time. I think making it clear to a punter that he is being offered something over and above whats been agreed is very important, so he is clear thats its not the norm. :)

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...Could be a pisstaker assuming your a soft touch

Ha, this week I successfully managed to pay £30 for the privilige of having my iPod stolen - soft touch doesn't half cover it!Though, escorting is bringing out an assertiveness that's long overdue. Who knows, this time next year could be a hardcore BDSM Mistress. Thanks everyone again for the advice, will just tell him my rates and not get overly worried about hurting his feelings!xx

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Hello,

Just have a quick question and I could really use some advice from the other side....

So gist of it:

Met lovely man for an hour of fun. Accidentaly overstayed by an hour. He now wants another meeting - but when he put the booking through the system on the other site he's just requested two hours at my usual rate of one hour?

Now clearly am not a clock watcher...but I don't know how to explain to him that my rates are fixed and any overtime is at my own discretion?

Without obviously denting his ego.

Thanks in advance.

All he's done there is shoot himself in the foot !

Now hes practically guaranteed for himself that you will NEVER overrun in future and has possibly created an air of tension and [totally justifiable on your part] ardent clockwatching if another booking occurs

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You could say something along the lines of 'I'm a bit confused, you've booked for two hours but only put £xx, which is my rate for one hour. Did you want one hour at £X or two hours at £y?'

Sometimes playing dumb is very effective! If he questions it say as Lucy suggested, it was a one off as you lost track of time!

Perfect Lydia. That's exactly what I would do.

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Sounds like a real chancer. As everyone else has said, clearly state in a professional but friendly manner that the price offered covers one hour only. He'll take the hint and toe the line. It might be worth making sure he only gets the hour next time just to ram the message home. If he's still nice and comes back for a 3rd visit at the correct rate, let him overstay again if you are enjoying yourself and have nothing else to do (or not, but you make the decisions, not him).

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Do what Lydia says....I am annoyed at myself for a similar situation, I really need to toughen up!

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Was probably a genuine mistake, has he got back to you confirming he is happy to continue the booking at your usual rates?

If he begs out or reduces the time then you know he is a chancer.

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Firm but fair, as others have stated just tell him politely the way it works...I'm sure he'll understand and if not, it's his loss...

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