How to Avoid Getting Ripped Off by an Escort

Okay, guys I know when you’re booking an escort that you aren’t thinking of any outcome other than a good time. But don’t be so concerned about having a good time that you neglect your safety.

You hear about escorts needing to protect themselves. Clients tend to forget that they need to protect themselves as well.

The population of escorts is growing, and this means there is more risk to you.

You have no idea how many robberies and altercations go unreported by clients. Maybe they were robbed by an escort, or jumped by an escort and pimp. Men, for whatever reason (protecting their identities?), rarely come forward when things like this happen.

There are measures you can take to stay safe:

Pay attention to her behaviour – I know you’re probably thinking with the little head more than the big head in that moment. But if an escort does or says anything to make you feel uncomfortable or unsafe, terminate the session.

If you are going to an escort’s incall location, bring nothing inside with you except the donation – This should be discretely tucked away in an envelope. Don’t bring your phone (do you really want to speak to the wife now?!), wallet, jewellery or anything of value. You can leave that stuff in the glove compartment of your car.

If an escort is visiting you in your home or hotel for an outcall, put away anything you want to keep – Sounds drastic, right?! If the appointment is held in your home, never ever leave an escort unattended for any reason.

If she has a phone, ask her to turn it off or leave it in her car. She should not be texting or making any calls during your appointment.

Take a proactive approach by using reliable review boards – Read these review boards to choose a reputable escort who has high reviews and high standing in the escort community.

Trust your gut – Every escort learns to trust her gut instinct. You should too. If you have a bad feeling, don’t do it. Don’t try to talk yourself in to it or tell yourself you are just being paranoid. There’s a difference between ‘shy’ nerves, and ‘something ain’t right’ nerves.

Listen to that gut!

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