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Ladies. When a guy tries to haggle you big time do you find that a turn off?

A guy wanted me to visit him tonight but at a really cheap price so I told him no. He then agreed to pay the full price but frankly that put me off even going so I declined his offer.

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Haggling = no booking for me. I hate it, and am not prepared to see such a gent who wants to haggle with me when contacting me for the first time.

I see haggling as a form of disrespect, and i don't like to see such gents...

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Haggling = no booking for me. I hate it, and am not prepared to see such a gent who wants to haggle with me when contacting me for the first time.

I see haggling as a form of disrespect, and i don't like to see such gents...

Am glad its not just me. I bet JRC will be along soon though with a different opinion. :D

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Ladies. When a guy tries to haggle you big time do you find that a turn off?

A guy wanted me to visit him tonight but at a really cheap price so I told him no. He then agreed to pay the full price but frankly that put me off even going so I declined his offer.

I think you should always factor a degree of haggling into your pricing structure. You never know when you might value the business.

As a rule I don't haggle but if there was a particularly gorgeous girl who I felt compelled to shag but who charged a very high price, I would probably try it on as I have nothing to lose.

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I hate Hagglers! I get afew guys try 'the receptionist told me on the phone it was £40 for half hour and that's all I have with me' I am the frigging receptionist on the phone and I am not gonna get the rates wrong!!! They swear blind they were told £40 and expect to see someone for that price when I tell them no for the third time they pull out another magical £20! which they didnt have before.

I remember there names/faces and next time they come in and try it again ban them straight away one day I wont be there and a girl will fall for it.

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Am glad its not just me. I bet JRC will be along soon though with a different opinion. :P

If I give you my true opinion I will be in pre-mod until the summer. :D

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If I give you my true opinion I will be in pre-mod until the summer. :D

LOL. I knew you would be along. Didn't expect you so quickly.:P:D:D

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Yes lady m big turn off ba!by x

I just had the biggest turn on ever though! Haha

Sorry I just had to say that! Mr freeman rocks xxxxx

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So when the news agent says, "Sorry, Guv, Saturday Telegraph has gone up to £1-80!" I say, "Come, now! I'm a good customer! Let's say thirty bob and call it quits?"

Ditto your dentist?

Ditto the garage when they've serviced & MOT'd the old banger?

What difference is there?

In our culture, the price is the price! In Araby, even in Hong Kong, some degree of negotiation is expected, but NOT here!

Edited by Irgendeiner
correct typo

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Occasionally I have given discount if I've had a good day or I think it's appropriate but sometimes some chaps really take the biscuit.

Example 1;text "I've only got X amount will you come to X hotel" this is at almost midnight and X is less than my incall amount

Example 2;text "Can you do 2 hours for X amount" where X is less than my 1 hour rate

Example 3; text "I'm in town and have £40 can you do it?" once again at around midnight.

Once of these examples carried on texting all day working up the rate since it was far too low. During the time of the texts I had 2 other enquiries for that time without any haggling. To be fair I had asked the texter to call so we could discuss rates, appointments etc properly but they decided to carry on texting. End result?I accepted offers from the ones who called. Haggler miffed when I said appointment/s now taken.

Late at night and/or outcall I'm going to need slightly more incentive than the change after 10 pints and a kebab, especially if I'm to get ready and accept callers at such an hour/book a taxi etc.

So big turn offs for big reasons.

Applied sensibly you never know.

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Occasionally I have given discount if I've had a good day or I think it's appropriate but sometimes some chaps really take the biscuit.

Example 1;text "I've only got X amount will you come to X hotel" this is at almost midnight and X is less than my incall amount

Example 2;text "Can you do 2 hours for X amount" where X is less than my 1 hour rate

Example 3; text "I'm in town and have £40 can you do it?" once again at around midnight.

Once of these examples carried on texting all day working up the rate since it was far too low. During the time of the texts I had 2 other enquiries for that time without any haggling. To be fair I had asked the texter to call so we could discuss rates, appointments etc properly but they decided to carry on texting. End result?I accepted offers from the ones who called. Haggler miffed when I said appointment/s now taken.

Late at night and/or outcall I'm going to need slightly more incentive than the change after 10 pints and a kebab, especially if I'm to get ready and accept callers at such an hour/book a taxi etc.

So big turn offs for big reasons.

Applied sensibly you never know.

You are far too accommodating, you should have told that texting chancer where to get off...........you are a business woman and not a charity after all.

Would he have texted a lawyer or a dentist with vastly reduced rates for their professional services?........I very much doubt it.

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Nope but as we keep being reminded we are not a real 'profession' but then again you wouldn't text your cabby, plumber, builder, car dealer in the same way.

As it stands texting is seen far and wide as a means to communicate with service providers in this industry. Sometimes it is useful but other times annoying, intrusive and often abused. I like to have a little faith but also a little fun. Some rules WGs have are actually to help the client along too but if they wish to do it their way then fair enough.

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I've "haggled" all over the world buying product to supply the UK market. Many of my customers "haggle" with me to get a better price. That's life when you are in business, but...................

I can tell from the look on the face of my supplier, when NOT to start "haggling" Likewise, my clients seem to know when I will with them.

Of course you can "haggle" the price down with a wg, but be prepared for a knockback and a poorer service as a result sometimes. A wise man once said to me that even a prostitute is human :D

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I've "haggled" all over the world buying product to supply the UK market. Many of my customers "haggle" with me to get a better price. That's life when you are in business, but...................

I can tell from the look on the face of my supplier, when NOT to start "haggling" Likewise, my clients seem to know when I will with them.

Of course you can "haggle" the price down with a wg, but be prepared for a knockback and a poorer service as a result sometimes. A wise man once said to me that even a prostitute is human :D

would you grant someone a discount if they only plan to buy one whatever it is you sell? Maybe if its a very high ticket item, or if its dead stock you can not shift otherwise, but otherwise i doubt it.

No doubt for girls it is the same. offer them a 14 day trip and I am sure price is negoitiable. Offer them 200 guaranteed one hour punts in a year and price may be negotiable as well. but for a single 1 hour punt?

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I won't haggle prices or services offered. I will accept three text messages maximum as more than that are usually timewasters.

The price of a text message=1 minute talk time so they could have had a 3 min conversation and sorted most details for the same price as the text messages.

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All depends on their situation I suppose. Some chaps will ask for a discount on their first appointment so as to start the ball rolling, encourage them to come along again. Reminds me of recently when I took my car into a garage recommended by family and friends. It became clear further work was required and my MOT was rapidly approaching so I said "Well xyz from my family also bring their cars here so I've come along too instead of another garage. My MOT is due soon and of course I am going to need the extra work doing". They then said "Really sorry then that your first bill from us is so much".

I did return to the garage since their standard of service including customer service, premises etc was so good and they had such a good reputation/recommendation, even though they wouldn't reduce the bill.

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Ladies. When a guy tries to haggle you big time do you find that a turn off?

A guy wanted me to visit him tonight but at a really cheap price so I told him no. He then agreed to pay the full price but frankly that put me off even going so I declined his offer.

I find it very disrespectful :)

If my prices were anything other than what it says on my website then thats what it would say :P

Just yesterday I had a guy cancel a half hour booking half an hour before his appointment and then later on TEXT :D can I see you later for an hour for £60? Which by the way is my half hour rate not my hourly rate!

What is it with these idiots????????

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I would further like to add that I tipped the young lady I saw on Xmas eve.

So there, bully for me for redressing the 'good' 'bad' balance.:D

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I find it very disrespectful :D

If my prices were anything other than what it says on my website then thats what it would say :D

Just yesterday I had a guy cancel a half hour booking half an hour before his appointment and then later on TEXT :rolleyes: can I see you later for an hour for £60? Which by the way is my half hour rate not my hourly rate!

What is it with these idiots????????

Why do WG's think that they are any different to anything else ?

I walk into Comet looking to buy a TV. The price tag says £699.99. If I approach the manager about a deal, would he say "If the prices were anything else.........."

I agree that offering 1/2 your hourly rate is ridiculous. However, if your hourly rate is £120 and a punter wants to see you but his budget will only stretch to £100, why would you get so upset if he made that offer to you politely ?

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Haggling is not in the psyche of most Anglo-Saxon British. We find it uneasy. But I don't see any harm in starting with a bit of a haggle if that is your way, and comments such as "I find it very disrespectful" are faintly ludicrous. If, however, the hagglee makes it clear that haggling is not on the agenda then, yes, to go on is rude - and won't lead to an enjoyable punt in my opinion.

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I wonder how many of the girls who think it is not acceptable would not think twice about haggling over the price of a used car, or the fitting of a new boiler or decorating of their house ?

Surely that is being "distasteful" and the service provider should cancel the service without question.

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Ladies. When a guy tries to haggle you big time do you find that a turn off?

A guy wanted me to visit him tonight but at a really cheap price so I told him no. He then agreed to pay the full price but frankly that put me off even going so I declined his offer.

Personally I never haggle when puntings concerned....

If I went for a punt and said "hi can I book but for 10 or 20 quid less than the advertised price?"

That to me says "Hi Ive seen your pics but I think you abit of an ugly mare compared to most WGs Ive had so I'll be doing you a favour if I offer you less because Im an adonise and good at it"

So no, I've haggled outside of punting but not when its a personal service, I think its disrespectful, especially when your expecting a personal service. Youve never met so not a good first impression.

Although when Ive met the girl before I have been offered a cheaper rate, or when her rates have gone up been offered the old rate from when I previously saw her. I didnt turn that down......

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Didn't work for me at the garage and I think the old days of "how much for cash" have gone from most high street shops. I'm going to be thinking of buying a few items to furnish a place very soon, anyone any tips on high-street retailers who will negotiate discount?

Last two used cars I bought I paid in cash and asked if the (independent) dealer could get it taxed for me - he did and charged me the extra on top, even after I hinted they might include it. No neither car was £200. Then when I found things wrong with the car within a month they both were not interested in fixing it at all (both major problems - one of which meant I failed a driving test and both present but not pointed out at time of purchase). I fixed at my own cost.

Back to my original point can I go into my local Comet and negotiate a 10% discount on a washing machine?

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You also never know you might catch her on a busy day when she has other clients clammoring at full price. Think I've said that happened to me a few times. Seems hagglers don't offer at quiet times.

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I wonder how many of the girls who think it is not acceptable would not think twice about haggling over the price of a used car, or the fitting of a new boiler or decorating of their house ?

Surely that is being "distasteful" and the service provider should cancel the service without question.

Possibly because there's a difference between an inanimate object such as a car or boiler and the beating heart and pulse of a woman with a warm mouth and an inviting pussy.

For long and weary we - and our services - have been compared to inanimate objects. It's not a new argument. Years ago on another board I remember being compared to vegetables, so at least the comparable product has increased in size over the years.

Gentlemen will never understand how disrespectful it is to haggle a lady's price, unless they too turn to prostitution. It's something they'll never get and that's okay. But please don't be suprised when an escort puts the phone down on you or shuts the door in your face.

It's bad enough having society looking down on us for our chosen occupation and we put up with all the stigmas attached to it. To then have a guy come along and tell us he thinks we should be cheaper than our "printed" price is a slap in the face. But gents'll never get that.

The act of fucking, although inviting, is still an invasive one. There are some ladies who do enjoy the job and there are those who are really only in it to make as much money as they can. You start to haggle with women and you're telling us that we're not worth as much as we know we are. Bit of a headfuck really.

(Some) men would like to exert a certain amount of control over women, be it asking for services not on offer or asking for a reduction in price. They seem to think that because of what we do, they're almost entitled to ask. 'Cos after all, it's just a fuck isn't it? Just a bit of fun, eh?

Although what we sell is a commodity, it would be nice if it were remembered that we aren't a commodity. So treating us, and comparing us, as if we were commodities and inanimate objects won't get you very far.

And for those who do haggle and think it's okay to, then don't expect a stellar service. Why should you? If you're paying less than a lady's rate, expect less of a service. Ladies will keep the best of themselves and the best of their services for gentlemen whose mind it wouldn't even cross to haggle or ask for a discount in the first place.

Happy New Year.

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