maxley88

checking with hotels

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Newbie here.

Only seen a WG once on an outcall. But went to a travel lodge, and was probably the only single man there (It was very quiet, only about two cars in the car park).

It was also quite late at night (10ish), so if a WG called the receptionist they probably knew it wasn't for a business meeting, didn't they?

Will probably try and choose a busier hotel next time, but do all WGs call to check?

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They say they do, at least the "Internet Savvy" ones. I doubt you will get a W.G who posts on Message Boards to say they don't check to establish that Mr X is in room "y" before they set off.*

Reality is somewhat different in real life. Agency's ofte don't give a f*** and amongst Independant W.G's, especially on **, the level of naivety and laissez faire attitude is amazing. Most trust to luck

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Its a bit daft not to check. I wouldnt want to pay for a taxi all the way there only to make an idiot of myself.

If it worries you at all you could always mention your wife may be calling you later to make sure you arrived safely.

Although for all the staff know you may be having a bit of fun with your secretary. It wouldnt be the first time thats happened in a hotel.

Frankly its none of thier business anyway. Busier hotels are better or scope out hotels that are eating places too. They have busy carparks more people coming and going etc. :D

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They say they do, at least the "Internet Savvy" ones. I doubt you will get a W.G who posts on Message Boards to say they don't check to establish that Mr X is in room "y" before they set off.*

Reality is somewhat different in real life. Agency's ofte don't give a f*** and amongst Independant W.G's, especially on **, the level of naivety and laissez faire attitude is amazing. Most trust to luck

That is a bit of a sweeping statement for you to make hun, as you don't know what each individual girl does.

My safety after being attacked by a client is paramount so I always check!!

Also as I would have to get a sitter in in order to do the out-call in the first place I am not going to waste my money on a sitter etc before leaving my house.

I have not ever not checked, the only time I don't check is when it's a regular.

As I know that the regulars I have will always be there, I don't check.

But for at least the first 10 meetings I will check that the client is where he says he is and also who he says he is.

If I call and reception and they tell me that the 'client name' is not in room '69' then I will not be leaving the house.

Please remember that those who do check that you are who you say you are do so for good reason, and also I do believe that meetings take place at whatever time is convenient for the parties involved.

How many guys have taken their clients to a lap dancing club, you can garentee that half of the 'buissiness' is dealt with there.

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I have done loads of hotel meets so speak from experience

I sometimes check and sometimes I dont

But it has always been a local hotel travelodge

And I feel safe there and its not far from me anyways

I would just call in on a friend on the way home for a cuppa or go get a carvery :D

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If I have never met the guy before I always check, usually just asking if my business partner (or something on those lines) has arrived. It saves a lot of wasted time if its a timewaster booking.

Shelly

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I've used Travelodge / Premier Inn many times.

Never had any problems, but I always use city centre ones that are busy.

As budget hotels they don't have phones in each room, so send the booking reference number & booking name if asked, and rarely do I get asked for it, the last one that did, I changed the last digit on the booking ref no and she still showed up, proving that she never called the hotel branch as they would have told her it's invalid.

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Like the other ladies have said I always check on new guys. It definitely pays to do so. I received an enquiry for an overnight in Manchester only the other day. When I called the hotel they did not have a person in the room number he gave me by the name he gave me. When I texted him to tell him this (just in case I had made a mistake) I got no reply. Imagine if I had got ready and turned up at the hotel. I would not have been happy but it would have been my own fault for not checking first.

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Earlier this year I was staying at the Hilton at Manchester airport in room 123 (or whatever it was) and ordered some company from one of the better known agencies. When the lady was late arriving I phoned the agency who couldn't understand where she was, and gave me the lady's mobile number.

When I called her she told me that she was stood outside room 123 at the Hilton in the city centre and couldn't understand why nobody was answering the door.

When she finally got to the airport hotel half an hour later she admitted seeing Hilton on the sms from the agency and presumed it was the city centre hotel without reading her sms properly :D

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I use an assumed name when booking escorts so if an escort checked with the hotel if soandso was in room X they would get the answer "no". But it doesn't mean I'm not there ready and willing! :D

I haven't had any problems yet, so I guess no one has checked. But then I've only seen a handful of escorts. :D

I don't ask an escort for her full real name and I don't expect to be asked for mine.

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I always call the hotel to check even if it was a hotel just up the road from where I live, the only time I don't check is if its a regular client :D

I remember a lady on another forum just a couple of months ago posting how a guy had booked her to arrive at the same time as him at a hotel in Chester.

She drove all the way there from Manchester and he was calling her asking what car she was in but didn't show himself :D

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