erictheidol

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I recently booked to visit an escort with a weeks advance notice. I knew within a mile or so where she is based (that informed my decision to visit her). I was very surprised to receive an e-mail, shortly after confirming the booking, with her full post code, street name and number. This meant that using google earth I could inspect the street, even go as far as looking at her front door to see which side the bell push was on.

 

When we were chatting over coffee I expressed surprise that she would give out so much information well ahead of the appointment. She said that this was her usual practice. I advised her to think again and just give enough information to enable her clients to park in a sensible place and call from there for the precise address. I have no way of knowing whether she followed this advice but I hope so for her sake.

 

How much info is usual in such cases?

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It depends on the lady but most ladies including myself would do something like this: I'm in the xxxx apartments on xxx street, there is a xxxx hotel in front of the apartments, give me a ring when you are there and I'll guide you to the entrance and buzz you in.It's not just about being secure but for me it's about knowing when the guy has arrived rather than him pressing the intercom like 15 mins early or whatever.It's also about making sure they don't get lost or ring the wrong apartment door.

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Each to their own, if that works for her then it's all good. Me personally I wouldn't do that, I'm mostly outcall only, but when I do in calls from apartments I state the street, and the block of apartments I'm in, where I work the apartments have names so it's very easy for said client. 

And like Bibi I make them call me and guide them to the entrance then let them in. That way I know he's genuine and he isn't going to get lost, and I can also see that he's on his own! 

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I've very rarely got a street address until the day of the booking, and even then, usually the house / flat / room number is disclosed in the last 30-60 mins before the start time, or when she is ready for me to go up.

I make a point of not asking for the full details before the day, just ask for the nearest tube station or a partial postcode if it's not already on their profile so I can make sure I'm on time.

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Interesting.

I had a similar experience to that of erictheidol just a few weeks ago. The woman concerned gave me her full postcode and house number and I also used Street View to get a heads-up on the parking situation. My appointment was for the evening when parking conditions were completely different to those revealed on Street View. I had to find a slot c.200 yards away from the entrance to her road. Even so I was gratified to think I was trusted enough to have this detailed info so much in advance.

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38 minutes ago, Uncle Pokey said:

Interesting.

I had a similar experience to that of erictheidol just a few weeks ago. The woman concerned gave me her full postcode and house number and I also used Street View to get a heads-up on the parking situation. My appointment was for the evening when parking conditions were completely different to those revealed on Street View. I had to find a slot c.200 yards away from the entrance to her road. Even so I was gratified to think I was trusted enough to have this detailed info so much in advance.

Uncle Pokey

In the evening!?! So what was Auntie up to in the eveing? Your doing or did you just get lucky?

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Too many no shows, no confirms, getting lost happened when I initially gave the address upfront. Over the years I got no shows down to virtually nil by being stricter and stricter. I would however give very good travel times, including public transport info if required during the planning process, as well as a choice of places to park all away from the property and not identifiable.

My aim was to get every person who booked to my door, on time, no hassle.

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Indeed, that was very trustful of her.  Even the nicest of men can change their mind, write the address down in the meantime and fall in the wrong hands.  

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I tell people the apartment complex Im in but there are several apartment blocks within that complex. Thats all a guy needs to do a google maps. I give the local supermarket postcode for parking because its the best place to park and just a hop and skip from me. Im not giving my building name or  number out till he is here and phones me for it.

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Thanks for the responses. I remain concerned that this lady was leaving herself open to unwanted hassle etc. I m used to being given the street name or post code or apartment name and then having to call on arrival (sometimes when standing by a landmark so the escort can see me from her window) before receiving final details. I respect this at all times.

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I never give the full address and not too long ago, a prospective client cancelled the booking after I refused to bow to his ultimatum about giving the full address.   I probably should have given him the address of one of the houses I can view from my window behind me ... on the next street.  Then watch him prancing around like a prat.

Like Strawberry said, too many no-shows, or guys that think 1 pm means 1ish and they can turn up anytime ... ringing the doorbell long after they were expected.  Or just as bad, the ones that turn up early, without warning.  Because i'm sitting there in my suspenders doing nothing else. 

 

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On Tuesday, April 12, 2016 at 11:55 AM, erictheidol said:

I recently booked to visit an escort with a weeks advance notice. I knew within a mile or so where she is based (that informed my decision to visit her). I was very surprised to receive an e-mail, shortly after confirming the booking, with her full post code, street name and number. This meant that using google earth I could inspect the street, even go as far as looking at her front door to see which side the bell push was on.

 

When we were chatting over coffee I expressed surprise that she would give out so much information well ahead of the appointment. She said that this was her usual practice. I advised her to think again and just give enough information to enable her clients to park in a sensible place and call from there for the precise address. I have no way of knowing whether she followed this advice but I hope so for her sake.

 

How much info is usual in such cases?

I applaud you and admire you for mentioning this to her, most men wouldn't care. I work from hotels so it isn't too risky but I still give my postcode until the day when they confirm. So many time wasters and I don't want everyone to know where I am for safety. Even more of a concern if working from an apartment, I would give the location of the local car park or if they were walking somewhere to stand and call me when closer for exact address. You can never be too careful of giving strangers your address. You have to make sure they are genuine before you pass it out. You need to ensure you are safe. On the other hand if you booked on adult work and you had substantial positive ratings, I may have had a bit more trust in handing out my address, could this be the case? Again thank you for thinking of a girls safety x

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I agree with the ladies on here and the need for security and peace of mind. What do you do however once a punter has visited your place- he knows where it is and can pass on details to all and sundry should he care to. ( Or he may pay a return visit when you are not expecting him with an ulterior motive). Just because he seemed okay on the first visit  does not mean he can be trusted in the future. You cannot keep moving all the time. I guess sharing a place helps  ( although two ladies working from the same place constitutes a brothel if I am correct ) and if it is your workplace not your residential home then you have some security when you are not working. I guess it is one of the risks you take in this business.  

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Definitely agree, with regards to an indie WG's safety, privacy and security to not give out full address until they know their client is within view of their apartment. Weeds out the weirdos, stalkers and time wasters.

As long as I can get to the street or local area a few minutes before my booking, I'm happy with a partial address. It's obviously different with a brothel or parlour, as they tend to rely on punters knowing where they are + regular foot fall. Also they would have more provisions for security.

There's always a risk with returning dodgy customers, I guess, but the risks I'm sure are far more remote, once a client has visited. A Wg, I'm sure, would trust her instincts and whether she'd like to see a client again.

 

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1 hour ago, Lestrade said:

I agree with the ladies on here and the need for security and peace of mind. What do you do however once a punter has visited your place- he knows where it is and can pass on details to all and sundry should he care to. ( Or he may pay a return visit when you are not expecting him with an ulterior motive). Just because he seemed okay on the first visit  does not mean he can be trusted in the future. You cannot keep moving all the time. I guess sharing a place helps  ( although two ladies working from the same place constitutes a brothel if I am correct ) and if it is your workplace not your residential home then you have some security when you are not working. I guess it is one of the risks you take in this business.  

A returning client would either be recognised as he approached assuming he is ringing from a new number so would not be let in.Someone knocking on a door or ringing an intercom unexpectedly would not be let in and certainly speaking for myself I would have no compunctions about calling either the security at my apartment complex to remove someone hanging about or causing a problem outside my apartment.Failing that I would call the police and simply tell them that a nutcase is causing a disturbance.

On the whole previous clients don't tend to just turn up and given the amount of regular clients who still can't remember my door number when they use the intercom I can't say I've ever had the problem of someone somehow getting into my apartment complex as they need to buzz up for me to let them in.

Maybe more easy for someone to knock on a house door I guess but same principle applies.They generally have more to lose if the police have to be summoned.

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I've had clients pass my address, and other details on. Whilst I was able to deal with it, I consider it totally indiscrete and incredibly disappointing. 

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