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Question for the ladies who do outcalls

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Just wanted some opinions from those who are more experienced than me.

I`ve done quite a few outcalls, usually housecalls rather than to hotels, but tonight I had one to a small, non-chain local hotel. I took down the usual details and got there at the requested time. Normally I am able to walk straight through the reception areas without being stopped or questioned, but this time the (male) receptionist stopped me and asked me which room I was looking for? Made up excuse I was meeting old friend, of course. Funnily enough the client had checked out before I got there and he didnt answer his phone after either.

Im now wondering if the receptionist placed a hoax call ( apologies if he`s reading this and is innocent ), I`ve heard stories similiar.

So, it got me wondering,

1 Are there any hotels that are known for doing this in Herts and Beds.

2 And is being stopped at reception usual practise?

I know theres always a few timewasters and I will treat this as a learning curve.

Any feedback or thoughts would be appreciated. xxx

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Had you checked that the client was booked in there, either with a booking reference number or by ringing him in his room if he was supposedly already there?

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Just wanted some opinions from those who are more experienced than me.

I`ve done quite a few outcalls, usually housecalls rather than to hotels, but tonight I had one to a small, non-chain local hotel. I took down the usual details and got there at the requested time. Normally I am able to walk straight through the reception areas without being stopped or questioned, but this time the (male) receptionist stopped me and asked me which room I was looking for? Made up excuse I was meeting old friend, of course. Funnily enough the client had checked out before I got there and he didnt answer his phone after either.

Im now wondering if the receptionist placed a hoax call ( apologies if he`s reading this and is innocent ), I`ve heard stories similiar.

So, it got me wondering,

1 Are there any hotels that are known for doing this in Herts and Beds.

2 And is being stopped at reception usual practise?

I know theres always a few timewasters and I will treat this as a learning curve.

Any feedback or thoughts would be appreciated. xxx

Speaking as one who likes outcalls, there would seem to be two things wrong with this story which suggest it wasn't guaranteed to be smooth sailing.

The smaller the hotel (particularly family run establishments), the less suitable it is for an outcall and the more likely the WG's presence will draw attention from reception.

Unless you checked that the guy who booked you actually had a room and was there before you set off, then it sounds like you may have struck a timewaster.

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If I was booking from a hotel I'd expect to give my name and reference number before I got there and then my room number when I got checked in, expecting a call.

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Lucy,

First of all, sorry you had this awkward experience. We do hear of it happening from time to time. It would seem unlikely that the receptionist would take such a risk for such a petty thrill.

We find that on rare occasions a doorman or security might stop an escort to ask where she's going, but as long as she responds confidently with a name/room number there won't be any problems. Receptionists and desk staff are used to seeing WG's all the time, and don't tend to say anything unless they have cause to be suspicious (for example, if they thought a WG was looking for clients in the hotel).

Remember - your safety is paramount. For your next outcall, why not put in a phone call before you arrive, via the reception. "Just to let you know, I'm running a couple of minutes late/early, I'll be there in 5 minutes". This might at least give you some peace of mind after this last waste of time.

Best of luck x

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At the moment the OP hasn't clarified if she telephoned the guy in the room. Sad on him if he would go to the extent of paying for a room just to pull a hoax.

I remember one guy who had booked one of my ladies a couple of years ago and they had started banging away. I explained to him it would take us an hour to get there.

By the time we got there he had already booked a second escort. He tried to fob us away.

I kept banging on his door till he gave us a cancellation fee. By the time we left Reception had called the police because of the disturbance. :)

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By the time we got there he had already booked a second escort. He tried to fob us away.

I kept banging on his door till he gave us a cancellation fee. By the time we left Reception had called the police because of the disturbance

Oh dear how unprofessional is that!

It is the luck of the draw with these outcalls. No way should a decent escort bang on a door demanding anything! Had you completed the appointment and he not paid you then perhaps take some kind of discreet action but to cause a disturbance like that?

If an outcall turns out to be a hoax or a no show etc then the best thing is to chalk it to experience. Demanding a cancellation fee is a no no in my book too.

On the subject of small non chain hotels, I have done them and had no problems but that was with an agency which checked out the room and occupant. These days as indie I do not visit those hotels at all but find it very rare that guys book into them anyway.

I visited a hotel room once and the room and client had been checked, he had already booked another lady the night before with the agency so I thought there would be no problem. However there was no answer to my room door knocking and no replies from phone calls from the agency when I contacted them ( discreetly! ) I just had to go back home. We never knew if the guy had changed his mind/was watching in reception and just didnt fancy me ( we don't all appeal to everyone :)) or ?????

He was never heard of again with the agency.

Outcall no shows were rare but it goes with the territory and this is a hit and miss game.

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I had a room door number and address ( which he made out he was reading from the invoice) and contact number for him, but it was his mobile, not the room phone as he said he wasnt in the room at that time, but would txt me it before i got there ( never happened), although he called twice before I got there, second time to ask if I was on my way, which i took as a good sign that he would be there. But I`ve learned a few new things from the experience at least.

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Advice here for you:

Do not enter the hotel unless you have personally phoned the room and he has answered the phone.

If that does not happen, don't attempt to go in there at all.

:)

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Advice here for you:

Do not enter the hotel unless you have personally phoned the room and he has answered the phone.

If that does not happen, don't attempt to go in there at all.

:)

As the American Express advertisement puts it, "Don't leave home without it".

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Have to say that some hotel chains don't have phones in their rooms.

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Hey happy friday!

Aww you poor thing...I could think of better ways to start your weekend!

Ive done a few outcalls in the herts area and have,touch wood,never had any problems...

Its a shame you was dealt a poor deal on that one...but unfortunately its all part of the game we play..sometimes we just fall unlucky right?...

but god,i hope it wasn't that the reception guy wanted to check you out,rather then in!(sorry but best to try and make light of the situation)

I just wanted to say in regards to being stopped at reception...I always get the exact room directions from the client..for example..

''walk through reception,at desk turn right,follow down the hall,to lifts,3rd floor and room number''. if you look confident and like you are supposed to be there they usually don't question you..also you can tell if the client is there too.

Most hotels have plastic white room cards,so pick yourself up a t-mobile top up card for free next time your at a shop and walk with that face down in your hand through reception..lol.. extreme but handy to keep your bag for those awkward moments...

Also get name+room number..then ring hotel and get them to put you through to the room,ring and confirm they are there, before you set off if possible..

but then again...if they bugger off before you get there...JUST PLAIN UNLUCKY!

IM not claiming to know much hunni just wanted to send out a few ideas and my sympathy

Awww i do hope you get a nice booking that makes up for that...

enjoy

xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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most guys are lovely and genuine but there are some time wasting lunatics that think its funny to do that to a lady not forgetting getting ready hair make up perfume and taxi and in lots of cases babysitter its a horrible thing to do . please dont be put off but next time try and chat to guy in his room before you leave good luck and best wishes annax

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When I book an escort and see them in a hotel, I always use a well known hotel, and send the confirmation number of the booking to the escort, and agree to meet them in the lobby or entrance to the hotel, so that reception know that she is a guest of the hotel.

I hope your not put off by this idiot Lucy, there are many genuine guys out there.

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I kept banging on his door till he gave us a cancellation fee. By the time we left Reception had called the police because of the disturbance.

Embarassment can be a very powerful weapon! Well done!

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Oh dear how unprofessional is that!

It is the luck of the draw with these outcalls. No way should a decent escort bang on a door demanding anything! Had you completed the appointment and he not paid you then perhaps take some kind of discreet action but to cause a disturbance like that?

If an outcall turns out to be a hoax or a no show etc then the best thing is to chalk it to experience. Demanding a cancellation fee is a no no in my book too.

On the subject of small non chain hotels, I have done them and had no problems but that was with an agency which checked out the room and occupant. These days as indie I do not visit those hotels at all but find it very rare that guys book into them anyway.

I visited a hotel room once and the room and client had been checked, he had already booked another lady the night before with the agency so I thought there would be no problem. However there was no answer to my room door knocking and no replies from phone calls from the agency when I contacted them ( discreetly! ) I just had to go back home. We never knew if the guy had changed his mind/was watching in reception and just didnt fancy me ( we don't all appeal to everyone :confused:) or ?????

He was never heard of again with the agency.

Outcall no shows were rare but it goes with the territory and this is a hit and miss game.

Hun,

All he had to do was ring us up and let us know that he had decided to book another escort. His attitude stunk as well. So I was well within my rights to get a cancellation fee from him. He was taking the p.

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Embarassment can be a very powerful weapon! Well done!

Thank you for that. Nice to see that not everybody on here is bitchy.

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There is a possibility a rival lady did that to do.

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Most outcalls are great, you do get the odd timewaster though. I turned up at a house and the chap was standing at the door with it open. He was wanting to get down and dirty before settling the fee which I refused. It turned out he didn't have any money so I left and he has been blacklisted.x

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Ialthough he called twice before I got there, second time to ask if I was on my way, which i took as a good sign that he would be there. But I`ve learned a few new things from the experience at least.

The fact that he was calling twice to see if you were on your way were the indication that he was a timewaster. Of course you would not have known this at the time, but now looking back, the signs were there. (This doesn't mean though that any guy phoning to check if you are on your way is a timewaster but in this instance he was and he was getting off on hearing you were being led on this wild goose chase).

The one thing you must do as some of the others have said here is phone the hotel landline and ask to be put through to his room to ensure he is actually there before you enter the hotel.

I am sorry you had this experience but hopefully you can learn from it and put it behind you.

Best of luck.

Alex xxx

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Have only used smaller hotels for longer bookings if arriving together with the lady. Otherwise would always use one of the bigger hotels.

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Before you do your standard outcall security checks, ask him to describe the hotel or residential area. This usually flusters timewasters pretty badly and they'll just hang up, saving you a lot of hassle. I had this happen recently and it turned out that the guy was on several warnings boards.

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