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Can you blame a guy for a NoShow when cops are in the parking lot?

Is the client still responsible for not showing?  

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  1. 1. Is the client still responsible for not showing?

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On 9/22/2021 at 6:54 AM, Jenesis said:

So I had a client show up last night and there are two cop cars in the parking lot. Parked. Not even in front of the lobby. Don't know why but there were a few cops staying here as guest of the hotel. He mentioned it made him nervous and he was going to text and cancel but said fuck it and just came up.

So it had me thinking. There would be some serious anxiety for some guys if they showed up to cop cars in the hotel.

So what is the protocol here? If he doesn't show to the door because he got scared off, is that his fault? It can't really be can it? It can't be her fault, she has no control over cops. You can't get a cancellation fee out of cops either. 

Does this fall into the category of things that suck while escorting and we take it on as part of the job? Ladies, do you blacklist the guy personally?

How does this work?

 

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Well i think thats a tough one, you cant really blame the guy for being nervous,  esspecialy if hes new with this type of thing, but obviously if the cops were watching they would  be in Unmarked cars,, and  they wouldnt be their in  marked cars their unless they were just about to bust the door down !

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On 9/24/2021 at 10:42 AM, Guest said:

THIS!! I also wanted to mention for either SP/or clients usually it will be a “sting” 

 

SP- vice will call you for a outcall typically; they will let you go but usually want some info ( name address, wether you’re indie or not ) they claim it’s to keep us safe. You may also get ticketed for not having a license if you’re in a certain province. They almost always want to help you exit wether you need to or not. This is coming from experience and literally watching it happen to other SP’s I’ve worked with out in Alberta. 
 

Clients - the likely hood of you being arrested on arrival is very slim. It’s typically the same set up. Fake ad with a bunch of cops sitting at the incall ( hotel ) or other specified location. This one is tricky for sure I would ensure that it’s really a SP by asking for onlyfans link ( almost every one has one ) Twitter or Instagram. If a ad seems too good to be true it likely is. And if you get a phone call that’s obviously asking incriminating questions I wouldn’t attend that call. 
 

good luck and stay safe friends remember this is why screening is PARAMOUNT mostly to clients because we will be let go 🙂 

I personally still don’t have an onlyfans but have been doing this for quite some time and haven’t ever really had any issues before, but if you look at my profile I’m verified and I actually have a couple recommendations (I actually had a profile previous to this one where I went through the full process of getting it deleted, and you’ll actually be able to tell it’s my old profile as there’s just some stars ( * ) blocking out some of the letters, and then when I made a new profile I just added the zero before the sixty-nine. 😅❤️🌻

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I said yes because to me a no show lacks communication. Otherwise I refer to it as a cancellation or rescheduling and I charge a fee after one grace time if I don’t receive notice within at least 12 hrs prior. No shows are a completely different story to me. No shows to me mean absolutely no communication of them not coming, particularly when they had just communicated that they were not long prior/confirmed the appt earlier that day. With no shows I’ll actually refuse to see them again unless of course there was some sort of extreme extenuating circumstance that also made it impossible to send a quick message to let me know that something happened and that they can’t make it. In this case, I again only give one grace time (in a row as I’m quite understanding when things happen that are completely out of their control, but communication is key and it also depends on how well I know the client) and generally want my cancellation fee to be added onto my normal fee for the next time they wish to see me just like if they were to cancel or reschedule without the 12 hrs notice. I fortunately am often able to offer last minute appts for the city I service/live in though.

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On 9/24/2021 at 10:42 AM, Guest said:

THIS!! I also wanted to mention for either SP/or clients usually it will be a “sting” 

 

SP- vice will call you for a outcall typically; they will let you go but usually want some info ( name address, wether you’re indie or not ) they claim it’s to keep us safe. You may also get ticketed for not having a license if you’re in a certain province. They almost always want to help you exit wether you need to or not. This is coming from experience and literally watching it happen to other SP’s I’ve worked with out in Alberta. 
 

Clients - the likely hood of you being arrested on arrival is very slim. It’s typically the same set up. Fake ad with a bunch of cops sitting at the incall ( hotel ) or other specified location. This one is tricky for sure I would ensure that it’s really a SP by asking for onlyfans link ( almost every one has one ) Twitter or Instagram. If a ad seems too good to be true it likely is. And if you get a phone call that’s obviously asking incriminating questions I wouldn’t attend that call. 
 

good luck and stay safe friends remember this is why screening is PARAMOUNT mostly to clients because we will be let go 🙂 

Escort licenses are no longer a thing since the laws changed.  I do agree that sometimes the police will visit a provider who they suspect might be pimped, to see if she is there willingly.  This happened to a provider I know who worked in North York and was in her early 20s.  But unless they are are doing a sting to catch clients requesting services of underaged providers, the chances of the police busting a client at an incall is very slim.

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