How do I introduce myself for “booking”?

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4 on June 30, 2018

Often I see girls who are clearly for hire for “booking” including adult stars. When I send an email sometimes I get a reply. At one point I got a reply and then she said “Sorry I think you have the wrong idea.” At that point I figured maybe I said too much or she was scared I was a cop because maybe I was TOO direct?
What are the things I should avoid doing or saying when emailing? What’s the safest way to chat but still be direct to not waste anyone’s time?

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2 on July 1, 2018

You seemed to answer your own question. Why or how would you be TOO direct

Well, you sound like maybe you could be a cop to me. The only reason I say maybe is that you actually fill out booking forms. 

If you are not a cop, you should just book a reservation without any request AT ALL unless they are from other countries NOT the US.  When meeting or contacting an escort, you should have ZERO expectations of anything. All you need to do is fill out the form and don’t ask for anything specific.  

And if you want to know anything, pay for TER and find out or pay and verify yourself on P411. 

Or join the boards

 

on July 3, 2018

I totally understand your position.  Most of the time I say hello and ask what their protocol is.  I feel like even in that question, it may be too forward?  Now that I’ve read the board more I’m way more clear.  When it came to booking I would try to discuss things as booking them (since I also do events) but that also may be too forward. Anyway I’m way more researched. Thanks.

 

on July 3, 2018
  1. Don’t ask what their protocol is, just provide what they are asking for and that’s it. 
  2. Don’t discuss anything. Just provide what they are asking for. 
  3. When you mention “events” that is shady, just provide what they are asking for.

Extra info is never needed. Don’t volunteer info. It sounds like you are trying to sell something. 

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0 2 days ago

I hear you. But here’s what I also mean: sometimes they’ll just have their booking email. Nothing else. So I didn’t know what to provide them with or introduce myself because they have nothing else stating what should be provided. But since almost everyone seems to prefer verification and references that seems like an easier way to cut through. 

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