What To Do When A Client Booking Goes Bad
One of the most exciting things about working as an escort is the various types of clients that you meet from all walks of life. This is usually a good thing but sometimes there are client bookings that just don't work out as planned.
So in this post, I'll address some of the issues that escorts may face and how best to handle them in a safe and respectful manner.
1. Client Arrives Stressed And Snappy
It's not unusual for some busy clients with hectic schedules to show up stressed and preoccupied. If your client is stressed and a little cold the most important thing is to not take it personally.
We all have many things going on in our lives and we all handle things differently. Sometimes all they really want is for someone to listen and tune in to how they're feeling or perhaps they are just letting off some steam and projecting on to you. Try not to get hung up on what they are actually saying, instead try to understand the meta-communication that's taking place.
Remember, many of the women whom you meet will often have something missing in their life so try to understand the real issue at play before forming a solid opinion. Once you understand what's really going on, you'll be in a much better position to decide how best to handle the situation.
2. Client Starts To Haggle About Rates
If you have qualified your client properly prior to meeting them this should not be an issue but on some occasions, some clients may use the fact that you're now face to face to try and renegotiate.
If it's a situation where the requirement or the time frame has changed last minute and there was no opportunity to discuss prior to you meeting up, I think it's perfectly acceptable to discuss in person.
However, if upon meeting you the client decides that they are not happy to pay the agreed rate, this is a different conversation entirely. In an instance like this, the client may feel for example, that your images are not a true likeness of you in person and therefore they are not willing to pay the agreed rate. If that is the case, you may decide to cut your losses and respectfully end the booking. With that being said, it's also important for us to be honest with ourselves as the client may have a valid point if we clearly do not look the same as we do in our pictures.
There will be of course some cases where opportunistic clients will try to use the fact that you have now travelled all the way to a booking to try and renegotiate the rates in an attempt to save some money. In this instance, you should make it clear to the client that you'll require the agreed rate or you'll be unable to proceed with the booking. If the client still refuses to honour the agreement, I'd strongly suggest that you respectfully end the booking and leave. You may have wasted a few hours and lost money on travel fees but this type of client behaviour is a major warning sign that you'll do well to avoid.
3. Client Does Not Respect Agreed Boundaries
Some bookings can be very lively, especially if you've been booked for a Hen night or something of that nature. These bookings tend to involve a lot of alcohol and other substances which can sometimes affect peoples judgment. In most instances, you will pretty much know what to expect given the nature of the booking that you've agreed to.
However, if you turn up and there are things going on that are way outside of the agreed criteria or way beyond your comfort zone, this should be discussed with your client. In most cases, once the client has been reminded of the agreed boundaries of what you are willing to do, they will respect it.
There will be of course some instances where the client may completely disregard your agreement. In which case, if you are not comfortable with the situation or feel your safety may be at risk, I'd strongly advise that you cut your losses and terminate the booking.
4. Client Gets Drunk And Starts Causing A Scene
Some escorts may not have an issue with this at all because it's just something that they have come to accept. If that applies to you, that's completely fine as we all have different levels of tolerance but here at the consultancy, it's not something that we would encourage as we don't feel it's conducive with building positive and productive client relationships.
Many of us enjoy a drink but some may overindulge to a point where it starts to impact negatively on the people around us. There may be a good reason behind this and in some instances, it may be some sort of cry for help or attention. You may feel comfortable having that type of conversation with a client if you sense this may be the case but remember, we are not councillors or therapists.
There may be issues that run deep and overindulging may be how the client chooses to deal with it. If that is the case, you need to make a decision if that's the type of business relationship that you'd like to develop.
And there are of course some clients who just like to have fun, get really drunk and act up. Again, it's down to you to decide how best to handle this. I don't think there is always a right or wrong answer to the various scenarios that may arise but the underlying point to consider is to decide what works best for you at this stage of your life.
5. Client Becomes Abusive And Rude
I think it's always important to remain professional at all times no matter what. Admittedly, this can be a lot easier said than done but as High-class escorts, we should all aspire to the highest level of professionalism possible.
This is important because there will be times when some clients may be rude or inconsiderate for any number of reasons. Again, try not to take this personally as you may not know what other issues may be causing the client to behave in such a manner. On the other hand, if you feel that you may have done something wrong that triggered a negative response from the client, it's important to own it and attempt to resolve it.
I have learnt some invaluable lessons from certain situations with clients where I could have handled things differently and being honest with ourselves is the best way to grow and improve.
There are many ways in which a client booking can play out but by setting boundaries and communicating clearly, you'll be in a much better position to handle whatever may come your way.
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