There are lots of things to think about before meeting any client when in the escort industry. Of course, you need to think about the first impression you give off, as well as the ultimate goal of satisfying a client, but your own safety is still paramount and you need to be clear on your own rules before going meeting with anyone. More often than not, the client will have been screened beforehand anyway and will have to meet certain guidelines before being cleared. Your agency should do this for you and a client will only be passed on to you once they’ve been approved. No meeting points or prices are discussed before this, so it’s very unlikely that things will turn sour anyway, but it’s vital that you’re still careful. It’s also not just about being aware of what you shouldn’t do, there are things that you should try and achieve with every client too.
Try also reading our article: “Mistakes an escort should avoid”
Once you’ve completed all of your checks on personal information and you’re happy that the client looks both legitimate and safe, you can feel free to go ahead with arrangements. When you’ve sorted out your attire, makeup and hair (which should all be quite classy) you’ll be able to begin thinking about your own checklists.
Here is a really good guideline below.
- Right from the point when you and your client meet up, you need to display your dominance and assertiveness in order to gain respect from the client. If you feel you need to get into character then do so 10 minutes before the meeting begins so that you’re already comfortable with it. Even if you don’t feel in control personally, acting like you are will help you out quite a lot. Having said that, you should never feel like you’re lacking in control at all – it should never get to that if you’ve done your screening well.
- If your client doesn’t quite act in the manner they should, don’t let that change your attitude and never stoop to their level. The best thing you can ever do as an escort is retain a warm, congenial, professional personality at all times – it’ll always pay off for you.
- Try to limit the number of valuables you have on you. Although there probably won’t be any issues, there’s no need to create any unnecessary attraction. You should probably keep a phone with you for safety reasons, but put it somewhere out of easy reach. You shouldn’t really need any cash – especially as they’ll be paying you anyway.
- You can cancel an appointment at any time, even if you just have some suspicions. Never follow through with something if you something feels a little odd; everything is done under your rules. It might be a good idea to arrive with your own driver, should you be meeting somewhere externally.
- Make sure your payment is correct as soon as you get it. Also, don’t provide the client with any of your services before you’ve received this. Most clients will understand that you expect payment without asking, and they should be willing to lay it in front of you pretty swiftly. Having said that, give them time to pay before asking – you need to remain polite.
- Take a decent number of condoms with you and obviously, only ever use your own. Prior to any body contact, do a thorough, but quick, inspection of the client’s body. You should be looking for any kind of changes in skin colour, condition or texture that you think could be a potential risk to your health. If you do spot anything then ask them about it.
- Clients should be aware of the services they’re going to get before they even arrive so there won’t be any confusion. If you feel that perhaps you need to clarify the arrangement again, feel free to remind them of your terms once more before starting.
- Do your absolute best to satisfy your client’s desires. This is all about doing yourself justice and making a client feel great – that’s the best way to retain a customers business. Most people will have their own individual fantasies and they might judge you based on how well you apply yourself to these in particular. Just remember that you never have to do anything you don’t want to – your main focus should always be your own health and safety.
- Protect your identity. Never take any real ID with you to an appointment as this could reveal confidential information about yourself. You never want clients having access to anything that could reveal who you are or where you’re from etc. as your work life and your private life should never mix.
- Always stay professional – don’t let returning clients dictate your services. They’ve only paid for what you’ve agreed on and your services should stay fixed between clients. Of course, you might be a little more comfortable with a regular customer – that’s absolutely fine.
- Don’t confuse professionalism with being boring or introverted. It is expected of you to enjoy yourself or at least seem like that’s the case. Think of yourself as good company rather than a sex toy; clients are paying for an experience so try not to come across as disinterested or strict.
- Don’t ask for your payment. For one, you shouldn’t have to as the client knows this is a paid for service. Also, it might make you seem less friendly and money-orientated – you want good reviews that suggest you’re there for a good time and not for a paycheck.
- Try not to get drinking with your clients. It’s not an issue if your client asks you to and you think it’ll help you be seen in a positive light, but definitely limit it to one or two. It’s a situation to be cautious in; you need to see the bottle being opened at the seal right in front of you and also witness the drink being poured. Then keep your glass with you at all times. If any of these points have been compromised, don’t take part or do so at your own risk.
- Don’t allow your clients to use drugs in your company and avoid anyone who does. Call an end to your appointment if you suspect that’s the case. Likewise, don’t use drugs in these situations yourself.
- If you’ve come with valuables, make sure you know where they are at all times and keep a particular eye on your mobile phone – which should always be within reach should you need it for an emergency.
- Your clients are never more than just clients. Don’t allow yourself to form relationships that are any more than this. It is possible that you’ll take a likening to particular clients, but they’ll never be suitable for a relationship or anything along those lines. Don’t fall into the trap of believing promises that they’ve made.
- Don’t act unintelligently. Try to come across as an experienced professional, regardless of your pedigree. People are far less likely to try and set traps for you if they assume you know the ins and outs of the industry. Therefore, confidence is absolute key.
- Keep discussions about your private life for people outside of your profession – you don’t want to let clients gain access to info about that reveals something about your identity.
- If your session doesn’t quite go to plan and you end up feeling a little negative afterwards, it’s important that you don’t take it personally. You need to accept that it can’t possibly be perfect each and every time. As well as that, you can’t feel pressured into solving a client’s personal problems for them. Be prepared to act as a sounding board for them but it’s not your job to start giving them advice. Everyone has their issues – including you.
- Your fixed price should stay that way – you’ve agreed on a rate so both parties need to understand that. People might try and tempt you into things, but you need to stay strong on your own rules and stick to the plan. Don’t believe people who threaten to write a bad review if you don’t provide certain services.
- Only take your payment in exact cash – electronic payments shouldn’t be accepted and nor should you be giving out change.
- If a client wants to prolong their appointment or you agree on extra services, don’t proceed with this until you’ve been given your pay.
This list should more or less be ideal guidelines for what to consider before each meeting. Having said that, there could be many more points of your own that you’d like to add. You’ll learn these rules slowly and eventually, they’ll be ingrained in your mind as your experience grows. If you’re a beginner, following a guide like this could help you achieve much more than the average start-up.