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Telephone call - Dealbreaker?

Phone call - dealbreaker?   29 members have voted

  1. 1. Phone call - dealbreaker?

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Reading some comments on another read about phone calls, I wonder for how many of you is that phone call really a deal breaker?

Not that I'm going to change my M.O. (because it works perfectly for me) but I'm curious to know what the general concensus is.

I only communicate via email and I don't ever advertise my phone number. Only once a meeting is confirmed I'll exchange phone numbers. Interestingly, 99% will never phone me before meeting - we only exchange a text on the day to reconfirm the meeting. That's it really.

So how important is a phone call to you?

Is it because you generally book same day / last minute?

You just don't have enough access to email and find it difficult to communicate via email?

Or because it's a way to suss how genuine she is?

And lastly - how often do you decide not to meet someone because you just don't like the sound of her (her accent perhaps?)

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If she sounds old/ugly/different to her picture then I wont go through with it

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i prefer to talk to them on the phone than text. i like to hear the woman's voice. you can usually tell if they sound friendly and interested on the phone and not just going through the motions. my last punt was friendly and had such a hot voice, and she turned out to be a great punt

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Usually initial email to say Hi and ask about availablilty. Basically to determine whether theres someone there and she not on holiday or a scam.

If I get a response, then phone to book. Id never book without talking to a real person.

If it was all text or email it could be some guy on the end having a laugh (or worse!)

I know its tempting just to type and click send when your nervous but Id like to know Im not going to get scammed or hurt if I turn up at a strange place with 100+ quid on me, and having a quick "hello, so your xxx, Hi Im (overworked), are you okay for someday, sometime? Great. No sorry Im not into bareback......no im not into getting shafted by a strapon.......no not even if your boyfriend watches and take pics.....I dont care if hes tanned and 6ft..........okay Im hanging up now bye...."

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If it was all text or email it could be some guy on the end having a laugh (or worse!)

Surely you can't really lump text and email together? In my experience an email can tell far more than a phone call.

Text in my opinion is only to exchange a few words at a time - not a conversation.

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Reading some comments on another read about phone calls, I wonder for how many of you is that phone call really a deal breaker?

Not that I'm going to change my M.O. (because it works perfectly for me) but I'm curious to know what the general concensus is.

I only communicate via email and I don't ever advertise my phone number. Only once a meeting is confirmed I'll exchange phone numbers. Interestingly, 99% will never phone me before meeting - we only exchange a text on the day to reconfirm the meeting. That's it really.

So how important is a phone call to you?

Is it because you generally book same day / last minute?

You just don't have enough access to email and find it difficult to communicate via email?

Or because it's a way to suss how genuine she is?

And lastly - how often do you decide not to meet someone because you just don't like the sound of her (her accent perhaps?)

Speaking to the lady to confirm services and price is 100% essential to me, sites/profiles are often not up to date on services so i require confirmation. I would then arrange to ring at an agreed time as i am leaving mine to get to hers. A quick phone chat although not infallible of course gives me an idea of the lady that i find useful. Email apart from by PM on here is of no interest to me whatsoever, i do text with those i have met before.

I do also often punt on the day i ring her. Quite often i dont like her tone or she has no enthusiasm in her voice so i try elsewhere.

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Surely you can't really lump text and email together? In my experience an email can tell far more than a phone call.

Text in my opinion is only to exchange a few words at a time - not a conversation.

Really?

In an email people can think, type, think,delete, make it sound better, get it checked by a friend, get it signed off and for the person getting the mail to take a few hours to get a response.

With a phone call, its all quick and straight forward. Done in 5 minutes and any questions answered straight away, with alittle light hearted barter inbetween. And just the sound of a voice, the tone, the attitude, the pronounciation can give far more than an email can.

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Surely you can't really lump text and email together? In my experience an email can tell far more than a phone call.

Text in my opinion is only to exchange a few words at a time - not a conversation.

An email is too remote a process for me i agree with Overworkeds comments, i am old school and the phone is my tried and trusted method and has been for 26 years, i wont be changing. I require hearing the ladies voice.

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Reading some comments on another read about phone calls, I wonder for how many of you is that phone call really a deal breaker?

Not that I'm going to change my M.O. (because it works perfectly for me) but I'm curious to know what the general concensus is.

I only communicate via email and I don't ever advertise my phone number. Only once a meeting is confirmed I'll exchange phone numbers. Interestingly, 99% will never phone me before meeting - we only exchange a text on the day to reconfirm the meeting. That's it really.

So how important is a phone call to you?

Is it because you generally book same day / last minute?

You just don't have enough access to email and find it difficult to communicate via email?

Or because it's a way to suss how genuine she is?

And lastly - how often do you decide not to meet someone because you just don't like the sound of her (her accent perhaps?)

i dont mean this in a bad way, i am just curious. why dont you have a site or advertise your number anywhere? how do punters know how to contact you?

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i dont mean this in a bad way, i am just curious. why dont you have a site or advertise your number anywhere? how do punters know how to contact you?

Telepathy mostly ;)

It doesn't come across in a bad way - but I choose to remain anonymous on PN (I've given my reasons previously and not going to rehash it all). No further discussion on this please.

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It doesn't come across in a bad way - but I choose to remain anonymous on PN (I've given my reasons previously and not going to rehash it all). No further discussion on this please.

No problem..

Well I never booked as Overworked so I dont see why a girl should be booked as Justagirl. Hmm does sound quite right with that nickname... :D

To be honest my most expensive punt was a girl at 350 an hour. There would be no way on gods green earth I would have gone ahead with the punt at that price if I didnt know it was her I was booking and she was comfortable with the services agreed. And I knew it was her from her voice which could only be done by a phone call. (An trust me you can recognise her voice, buts thats becuase she did the phone chat on the late night phone chanels on Sky).... ( I dont phone those shows by the way... I just watch ;) Honest!!)

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Telepathy mostly :D

It doesn't come across in a bad way - but I choose to remain anonymous on PN (I've given my reasons previously and not going to rehash it all). No further discussion on this please.

ok, sorry for going over old ground ;)

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So how important is a phone call to you?
Not vey. Provided you actually reply to emails in a somewhat timely fashion.

Cause that's rare for a WG, in my experience. Most of the time I'm resorted to calling, because sending emails is like talking to a brick wall.

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It's nice to hear a lady's voice in advance, but not something that particularly bothers me. I make most of my arrangements through The Other Site, and I prefer to make initial contact by e-mail because that allows the lady to see my profile and picture before she decides whether she would be willing to meet me. Sorry if that sounds fluffy.

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for me bookings can be done either way but all appts have to be confirmed by phone as only then will a location be given.

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I'll admit that once or twice when I've answered the phone having had a cold or sore throat I've had guys say they don't think my husky voice matches my profile, and either not book or cancel later. My voice can be naturally a little deeper than other ladies but I am no older than my website profile and I honestly have never smoked - it's just always been a slightly lower tone, in fact I was once bullied for it by other girls on a science course when I was 15.

Good job most men actually find it very sexy but one example of how voices can be misleading. Guys voices are the same accent and tone can give one impression regards age and looks, they then turn up and lo they are at the opposite end of the spectrum.

So difficult one all round however a phone call indicates to me that a booking is going to happen and often can replace hours of texts and emails - unfortunately not every guy sends nice concise messages and 20 one-liners can get a little tedious and definitely off putting.

I do my best to be polite and friendly but if you are ringing from a withheld number and start asking about your 12" cock, or requiring a detailed, graphic description of exactly what we will be doing then my tone will change and I'll end the call if you insist in that line of questioning.

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On new punts, i like to speak to the girl, mainly this is for venue directions but really to hear a girls voice is a little more re-assuring. The booking is ok being done via e-mail.

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With indies the phone call is vital.Just so much info in the voice & tone.

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I always like to have a phone conversation because, as others have said, i can pick up a lot by how the lady speaks. Sure, some have sexy voices, but for me a brief chat can be a good way of finding out how articulate/intelligent a person is and how likely it is that we might be able to have a decent conversation during the punt. I don't want to sound like a snob but the ability to talk and listen to each other before/during a punt is important. Their english doesn't have to be great either.

I find it off-putting if the girl just sticks to a standard patter and thinks that talking 'dirty' to a complete stranger from the word go is going to entice me. It may work for some but not me. I hate being called 'darling' every few seconds.

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A phone conversation can give away a lot about the escort, depending on the circumstances the call can be at various stages of the booking.

Only last year I booked and when I arrived and parked I called as agreed, the phone conversation made me think twice, and I went with my instincts and hung up and drove away, wasting the £3 I had put in the meter and the 40 mile round trip.

It later proved instincts were correct when other reports of bad service, things not right etc surfaced.

In Hindsight If I had called earlier I could have saved the petrol and the meter fee.

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relieved to hear someone else finds "darling" a moodbreaker!

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I would never book a girl without speaking to her first, I can tell a lot by speaking for a few minutes, attitude etc.

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I would always want to speak to someone first, you can tell a lot from even just a few minutes conversation. Plus I would like to know it is a woman I'm booking not a 15 year old schoolboy who's decided to put together a free profile on a website. By the Ruth / Strawberry does have a very sexy voice to go with her very sexy personality, face and body.

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i prefer to talk to them on the phone than text. i like to hear the woman's voice. you can usually tell if they sound friendly and interested on the phone and not just going through the motions. my last punt was friendly and had such a hot voice, and she turned out to be a great punt

Me too. I think a phone call is very, very important. I think you can usually (but not always) gauge what the lady will be like when you meet up.

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A phone conversation is important to me if I've not met the lady before.

You can generally tell a lot from a quick chat.

This is hard to explain, but is it just me or has anyone else ever had the feeling that the girl you speak to on the phone and the person who answered your emails do not seem to be the same person?

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