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Screening...

13 Jul, 2024

If you peruse any of the review boards, you'll notice a pattern with many of it's members. They are anti screening practices. Many will lament about the horror stories they've encountered with scammers. They talk about rip offs, hold ups, no shows, ect. All of which are awful and should never happen to anyone. But if you were to research those scammers being spoken of, you'd also notice that most of the scammers were escorts with no personal website, no history of advertising, nor any social media accounts. They just had an ad on a site with pictures that attracted that unsuspecting client. And more often than not the scammers ads always have a look of "to good to be true", yet the client falls for it any way.....

These same clients are also those board members who denounce escorts who screen. They'll insist that allowing an escort to know their identity will only lead to trouble. Even though the only trouble they've encountered was with escorts who DID NOT screen.....With anything, you can never say all or every....yet I will insist that the majority of those who screen, and who require a client prove his identity, do so because we CARE about our safety, who we see, and our business.We want to provide our clients with a safe and enjoyable time. Those of us who screen want return clients, we want our business to flourish and to continue. If we were to misappropriate a clients Id, or money we'd be finished. Escorts who are professional SCREEN should be a motto, it should be something cemented into the minds of all who enjoy taking part in this lifestyle/business. Professional escorts will have personal websites, social media accounts, multiple ads, which are updated and we invest in ourselves and our business. If a client were to take the time to research their chosen escort, they'd realize and know this. The problem with scammers flourishing lies with the client. Most who are ripped off didn't research, nor did they care about the escorts business practices. We all must remain safe and do what we feel is necessary to protect our safety. We also need to start calling out those who denounce screening practices. We need to see screening as good business practicde and not as a red flag. Professionals screen, it is that simple.