Escort Safety Tips by Listcrawler.appThe escort service has one of the highest profit margins and it is legal, unlike prostitution, so it’s no surprise it's booming all around the world. Working as an escort has its downsides. You need to be safe from two things: your clients and the law. Here are a couple of tips to keep you safe on the job.
First contact tips:
Try to keep all the first contacts by phone. That way you can ask questions, analyze the voice that is answering, and decide if there is something suspicious. Get all the information you can get from your client while being very polite and professional. Do not post your physical address anywhere online.
Information about the client:
You must have your clients phone number The number should preferably be a landline or hotel number for outcalls or a mobile phone number for incalls.
Terms of service:
You need to explicitly communicate to your clients what is that you do. You do not want any misunderstandings about the services they thought you were giving. Make sure the client understands that you do not give sexual services. Be very clear about what is the client paying for. The client is paying for the time spent together. Also, be very clear about the payment methods. You only accept cash. In case you accept expensive and designer jewelry or clothes, let the client know that.
What warning signs to look out from:
If you agreed to meet the client at his place, make sure you do the following: Look up the address on google, look at the street view. Arrive a few minutes early to look around and make sure everything is as you agreed. If you agreed that it would be just the two of you, and there are lots of cars and loud music when you arrive, leave the place.
Always have your own transportation arrangement. Do not agree to be picked up by your client at your home. You do not want them to know where you live. If it is an option, have the same driver drive you to the location and pick you up after several hours (agree on the number of hours). Tell your client you have a ride waiting outside.
Use of alcohol and drugs:
You do not want to get wasted on any occasion with clients. It is polite to have a glass or two of wine or other alcohol but the drink should be poured in front of you. Just so you are sure there is nothing in your drink. When arranging the meeting, make sure to let the client know you do not use any kinds of drugs. You don't want to be taken advantage of and you do not need problems with the law.
It is legal to accept compensation for spending time with someone. Make sure your clients know what kinds of compensation you accept. Insist on getting paid as soon as you get to the location.
When things go wrong
Remember the earlier tip about having a driver with you. Along with having safe transportation, you also have someone you can call immediately when your client poses problems for you. If you sense early that your client may turn abusive, make a simple excuse and tell him you will be back in a while. Slip out as quietly as you can. If you find yourself cornered, don’t attack your client directly because he will likely overpower you. Try to keep calm and most importantly calm the client down. Remind him that you have a driver or at least a contact who knows where you are and if you don't contact them they will come looking for you.
How should you behave:
Keep your real identity a secret. Do not tell any client your real name or address. Be as professional as you can Do not act desperate for money, because the client might think you are ready to do anything for a couple more bucks. If a client does turn out to be drunk, make your excuses and leave. Drunk customers are normally problem customers If the client expects something you're not happy with then tell him. He should have read the services on your website and is probably just pushing his luck.