The Short and Straight Forward Guide on How to Book an Escort
So, you decided to take the plunge and book time with an escort. Amazing! Now what? First and foremost, you need to decide what you are looking for (vague idea of what they may look like, age range, body type, personality type, etc), and where you are going to look, how much you are comfortable with spending, when you are looking to book, and for how long. These all matter when deciding where to look.
There are many advertising sites available to search; all tend to cater to varying price points and styles. In Canada, Leo List or List Crawler are the go to’s; both are quick easy posting, with lower to mid-range price points generally, these providers will often range from half hour visits to multi-hour.
But there are other options, many providers are joining Tryst but being an international site, it can be harder to navigate, and tends to lean more into the multi-hour higher price points. VIP Favors has returned (presumably with a new owner – the previous one pulled the plug, leaving a lot of providers out advertising money spent).
And some people prefer to book providers from the review boards they use (more on this below). Or some still use old fashioned methods, like classifieds.
In any case, your search should not end there. You saw a provider you liked, and it can be tempting to book off photos alone but beware, there are a ton of scams out there and it is worth spending the time to do a little research first. Also, every provider is different and it is important that you follow their particular booking protocols.
Providers with web presence/websites are less likely to be a scam, so taking the time to visit their site and follow their contact protocol is a win-win.
Okay, so I went to their site, what should I look for? Most professional service providers will give detailed instruction on how they prefer to be contacted. This will vary from one to the other, from email, to text, to phone call only. They will even sometimes give you a loose “script” to work from, “Hi, I am (insert name) and I am looking to book (insert time length) for (insert date) and (insert time), if you are available”. Some providers may ask for references or other screening information. Some may ask for a deposit. None of these requirements should be challenged. If you are not able or comfortable with providing them, move on to someone else.
Always present as patient, flexible, and, I can’t stress this enough, safe.
Now, back to those review boards. This is a touchy subject, a lot of providers dislike review boards, but they allow potential clients to verify that the provider is, 1) real, 2) safe, and 3) as they appear/present in photos.
There are several review boards, all with varying reputations and localities. Some are easy to search, and others are more private and harder to find. Your best chance is Google, at least initially. You can use search functions to search name or phone number of the provider you are researching.
Keep in mind any review should be taken with a grain of salt, and some providers may have no reviews but be legitimate still. Trust your instinct. If something sounds too good to be true or feels off, don’t book. But generally speaking, TTT (tried, tested, true) legitimate providers will have a review history.
So, now you have searched, found, and vetted, a provider, and have read their contact instructions on their website, you can proceed with booking! You will no doubt be very nervous, but rest assured, they will put you at ease and you will have a fantastic time.