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Q-- for the ladies---- working hours ??

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If a WG merely advertises that her working hours are say, 11.00 am --- 8.00pm does this mean that she starts providing her services at 11.00am but is prepared to take calls re- bookings in advance of 11.00am or does it imply that work includes the taking of booking calls and therefore she does not want to be disturbed before 11.00 am [or indeed after 8.00pm] ??

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It will very rarely be as simple as that. You will find many phones switched off.

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if i was doing those hours, i would probably answer any enquires from about 1 hour before and turn phone off 1 hour after after.

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If you don't want to be disturbed by a ringing phone...... you switch it to silent.. or off.

Why should a wg be any different?

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I state on my website my available hours which are for bookings and that my phone is definitely on from 9am til 8pm most days. Sometimes I'll turn it on earlier, just depends if I need a lie in or have gone for a swim/run/bike. When it's not on I leave a VM greeting advising a time when I will be available to take calls.

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When it's not on I leave a VM greeting advising a time when I will be available to take calls.

I tend to do this too. It must be frustrating for guys wanting to book or speak to us and they just get no answer. We could be available but the men don't know that and just give up ringing.

I also leave a voice message saying when I am next available to take calls, while I am with a client. My phone ALWAYS stays in another room during appointments.

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Like the ladies have already said, I have VM so you can leave messages, but my phone is always on.

I take calls when I can, if not with a client, or otherwise engaged, and always try to call back if the client is ameanable and I have missed the call.

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If a WG merely advertises that her working hours are say, 11.00 am --- 8.00pm does this mean that she starts providing her services at 11.00am but is prepared to take calls re- bookings in advance of 11.00am or does it imply that work includes the taking of booking calls and therefore she does not want to be disturbed before 11.00 am [or indeed after 8.00pm] ??

My phone is usually switched off when i'm working, entertaining or otherwise engaged. If I'm expecting a call and i'm at work, i'll have it on silent but only take the call I'm expecting so the others calls will go through to voicemail

I do switch it on from time to time thoughtout the day to check for messages etc.

A handful of regulars have access to other ways of contacting me.

The time scale on my website is just a guidance to my availability for incalls/outcalls. Still get the odd message left at 3am asking if I'm available for an incall! :confused:

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I always had a receptionist who worked from 10-6 everyday. I never really took bookings for that day it was more for the day ahead. I always had pre-bookings so I knew what I was doing etc when I woke up that morning.

It was only when business started slowing down and I rung my work phone as a trick I realised she was missing calls :confused: so who knows what time my phone was actually being answered!

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If a WG merely advertises that her working hours are say, 11.00 am --- 8.00pm does this mean that she starts providing her services at 11.00am but is prepared to take calls re- bookings in advance of 11.00am or does it imply that work includes the taking of booking calls and therefore she does not want to be disturbed before 11.00 am [or indeed after 8.00pm] ??

The hours I advertise are the hours I work.. I always have my phone on silent outside of these hours but check my phone regularly in case there are any voicemails or texts.

Though I would say it probably varies from girl to girl.

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I would say from the replies so far we are pretty much similar in when we answer our phones .

I answer mine from half an hour before I start my days appointments and if its not off when I'm at home its on silent, if its a regular I may answer but everyone else goes to voicemail which does have a recording stating my availability for the week we are in.

You would be suprised how many guys don't listen to the message and leave messages at silly o'clock asking am I available for incalls now like another lady said earlier in this thread. Unless we state on or sites etc we are 24/7 escorts and I know some are why do guys call you in the middle of the night :confused:

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As I see people at my home, I can be around 7 days, but never ever on spec, as I live here! I have to put away my life stuffs and get prepared and bathed etc, and it takes a while. I don't look like those pics when I get out of bed, hahaha.

All or at least most, of my meetings are much in advance, days, weeks, months even. Some people know their travel plans or 'working in London' plans way in advance, and don't want to faff about looking for someone when they get off the plane or train. It's been like that for ages for me, and it suits me too.

I know that that isn't usual for everyone though, but even in my 'working flat' days, we were finished up by 9pm, last callers could be 8.45 ish, and the maid would ask me if I wanted to see the boy, or if I was too tired to. I could usually muster a last chance saloon!

If you get late calls, they are thinking that your money box is full by then, and that's the time for robbing...we were wary of the late callers, but mines were always 'my random but regs', and nothing ever happened.

I have accepted a late arrival, but only when I know of his travel turbulences, usually a non UK traveller, and he has been texting or calling along the way to tell the woes of trains etc. I can hear backgrounds etc..

I have see people in the very early morn by prev appt, the earliest has been 6.30am. That's about twice a month. Several people can't have excuses to be late home and their office is not near mines for lunch fun, but they can and do get off the train/tube on the way to work! An hour is poss they say, no more. So it suits some people just right.

My 'working flat' days were shop window ads, newspapers ads, at 11am-9pm, and the fone was switched on/off at exactly those times. If you foned at 10.55 you got no answer, if you foned at 9.05 you got no answer.

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I usually put my phone on in the mornings and try to answer whenever possible although it's turned off when in a booking.

I generally work daytimes and only early evenings so don't usually answer the phone late in the evenings. However I do try to answer calls whenever possible if I can.

My site specifically says I dont work late but recently I have been getting calls early hours of the morning!

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i switch my phone on at 8 am to take calls for appointment at 10,30 - 11am that day and carry on anwsering it generally untill around about an hour after i have finnished or 10pm which ever is later

i leave a message saying im availble today and to please call or text back with requirements

even on weekend if im not working i will anwser my phone /return messages its surprising how much business you can generat for the following week if your anwsering your phone most of the time

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I normally work 10.30am til 5pm, but have my phone switched on and try and answer calls from 8am til 10pm, even on days off. But I will switch off the phone completely over a few days over Christmas, as I am having two weeks break.

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Yes I too will have my phone on to take enquiries where appropriate on days off. There are however quite a few guys who think because you are answering the phone you must be available for an appointment there and then.

Some will then call back or text asking if you can change your plans or give them the number of another girl. Last time this happened I was just about to meet my mum and I'm afraid the phone went OFF. How ignorant of me!

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Yes I too will have my phone on to take enquiries where appropriate on days off. There are however quite a few guys who think because you are answering the phone you must be available for an appointment there and then.

Some will then call back or text asking if you can change your plans or give them the number of another girl. Last time this happened I was just about to meet my mum and I'm afraid the phone went OFF. How ignorant of me!

Yes and for those reasons I don't answer my phone on my days off or before or after I am working :D

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