Keep in mind that some clients are extremely easy to annoy. They already have a chip on their shoulders and expect the worst. However, there are instances when an escort behaves badly or offensively. If you’re not living up to expectations or are taking your role with clients for granted, it’s time to step up and improve your efforts. Doing things that annoy your client, intentionally or unintentionally, do not promote your success.
Performing in a mechanical fashion: For you, the encounter is just another booking. But, for your client, his appointment with you may be a dream come true. If you rush him through the experience in an impersonal fashion and make him feel like he’s being ushered through just like every other client, he will move on to a different escort next time. You may be accustomed to intimacy in the missionary position and incorporate appropriate “oohs” and “ahhs” at the right times. But, if you do it in an impersonal fashion, your client will notice. He wants you to exhibit personality and reactions based on his activities with you. He wants a unique experience. He doesn’t want to feel like you treat him like every other client. Make every booking special and based on a client’s wants and needs – or you’ll wind up with annoyed clients who feel like they’re getting the cookie-cutter encounter.
Acting too pushy during the booking process: Sometimes a client only wants information when he calls and inquires about an encounter. He may be a complete novice to the industry and need some questions answered before taking the plunge. However, escorts know that time is money – and, it’s pretty common to rush the booking process along. You have no patience for timewasters. But, keep in mind that some clients genuinely need to ask some questions to understand how the process works, what to expect and to convince them to book. They are looking for some persuasion. Pushing a client to book before he’s ready may push him away. He will feel like you’re uninterested in trying to help him get his needs or wants met. It may also just flat out annoy him and he will cross you off his list of possibilities.
Arriving sick to an encounter: You hate it when a client shows up for a booking and is sicker than a dog. You can’t risk catching the flu or a bad cold; it could severely limit your ability to work, which affects your capacity to pay bills. However, when you’re sick, you may feel pressured to follow through with encounters for a couple of reasons: a) your clients are counting on you to follow through with promised engagements, and b) you need the money. If you don’t work, you don’t get paid. It’s enough incentive that it may because you to show up for encounters when you are sick and contagious. Your clients are busy people with lots of responsibilities. They don’t have time to be sick. They can’t miss work, family activities or other events. It annoys them greatly when you show up to an encounter and risk their health for a “good time.”
Prying into their privacy: Clients are extremely protective of their privacy. They have probably heard horror stories about escorts blackmailing clients for money, using the threat of revealing their activities to friends, peers and family members. Or, they’ve heard about clients being stalked by escorts. So, when you start to ask personal questions for screening purposes, it may startle them. They will, immediately, think the worst, especially if this is the first time they’ve booked with an escort. Carefully explain the screening process and reasons behind it, before you start to inquire about details that will help you determine if you should accept the booking or not. Some of your clients may still be annoyed with the screening process, but they will understand it. However, if you ask too many questions, your clients may bail on you. Limit your information to details that you really need to know and forget about questions that fulfil your curiosity.
Failure to protect a client’s discretion: A client has a lot to lose when he sees you for an encounter. His reputation, relationships and, possibly even, his job are at stake if others find out about his activities involving an escort. It’s imperative that you do what you can to protect a client’s privacy and to act discreetly as you visit him. Some clients get upset because they think an escort arrives at their hotel too conspicuously. Or, they fear that an escort will share his name from her client list. Do your best to assure him that discretion is your highest priority. After all, discretion is important to you, too. You have a lot to lose, too, if the secret gets out that you’re an escort.
Wanting them to do too much for an encounter: Some clients issue complicated requests for bookings. Extensive role-play scenarios, unique fetishes or other requests may require a lot of ahead-of-time preparation. Unless your client is willing to pay a premium fee for this extra effort on your part, it’s only fair to ask him to be involved in the plans for the booking. For instance, you might ask him to provide costumes or props for a role-play situation. Or, you might encourage him to buy the special toy he’d like to try out. But, a client may think this is unfair and he doesn’t have time to participate in the behind-the-scenes part of the encounter. Even though it may annoy him, explain to him the situation: if you do the extra prep work, it will require a fee; if he does some of it, the rates will be standard. It’s his choice. He can either be annoyed – or ask for a less complicated encounter.
Being expected to shower ahead of time: Many clients who have poor hygiene don’t understand that they are unclean or otherwise unkempt. They take offense at being asked to clean up prior to becoming intimate with you. Understand that it’s a personal issue that may annoy your client. But, don’t back down. One solution is to insist that it’s a guideline you have established for all clients, not him specifically. Another way to soften the blow is to offer to shower with him. Or, you can make up an allergy to his cologne, deodorants (in general) or soaps and use that as an excuse as to why he needs to clean up prior to physical contact with you.