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Rates...

19 May, 2024

Many are surmising that once most ladies return to hosting in person dates, that rates may fall. I suspect some will. I also suspect some will rise. It's a brave step to raise rates, at anytime, let alone in times of uncertainty and imo the right move. As it will take more work to clean thoroughly, meaning less available hosting time and longer wait times in between clients, more complicated screening will be required, more supplies will be required, and a smaller client list will be likely in able to closely and safely monitor covid., as best as one can...... I will also say, I support the right for anyone to see as many clients as they require and too charge what you want. I also am forthright in my opinions about why some charge as they do....I'll explain... in 2008....the escort industry was flourishing, at least it was for me. That was the last year I ran an escort service...until 2011 when I went independent...in 2008,( I'm not referencing "survival escorts" ) ladies were getting 240/250 hourly for full service. Those services could involve a head to toe massage, oral, intercourse.... and one release.....fast forward to 2011- I went to an increased rate of 260....2013-to 300 hrly adding more intimacy to my services offered.....in 2017/18/19/20....I've noticed more and more ladies lowering their rates, not increasing them, and offering more services for those lower prices. Lets be honest,  the ONLY reason to lower your prices when  many are getting a higher price than what you are charging, is to compete, and too draw more clients from those higher priced ladies. There was a time when quality of service, a womans's uniqueness, whether that be her looks, techniques, etc, were what was used as draws to attract clients. More and more I notice little effort put into developing a "brand", or one's uniqueness, instead, a companion will simply thow an ad up, with a lower rate, offering more or an equal amount of services for a lesser rate..... But everyone chooses their own weaponery and it seems for some time now... that weaponery is rates.....I feel that if every one were truly concerned about this buiness staying at a certain level, they'd charge accordingly, raising rates as time goes by, not lowering them to where they were a nearly a decade ago. If some truly had the best interest and respect for their fellow peers, they'd support price increases not lower theirs without thinking of how doing so affects others......but that is just how I see it. So as things go forward, it will be interesting to see who does what......