Saturday, October 30, 2010

Escort - Call Agency

Well, I’ve done some ground work today. Getting ready before I start working. This time around, I’m going to be even more cautious. In my years as an escort I have worked for myself (independently) and I have worked for a pimp. It is now time to see what it would be like working for an agency. Not your, run of the mill escort agency that you would find in your city phone book, but something a little different.

Here is how it works - I am a contractor to an agency that takes my calls. I continue advertising how and where I like. The agency provides me with a phone number I will be using in my ads. This number is then assigned to my agent. He or she (in my case a she), will take calls and book appointments on my behalf. She will then contact me to give me the address of the client, along with the time he’d like to see me, and for how long. This agency can also supply me with a driver! Always a great alternative to driving myself to a call.

When I arrive to the appointment, I call my agent and let her know I’m with the guy and have collected the fee. In an hour, or when the time is up, my agent calls my cell. This call lets me and the client know that our time has expired.

I see great advantages with this intermediary:

1) I don’t need to give out my phone number to a client. A client has no direct way of contacting me.

2) I have the agent as a safety net, because she will call me when the session is over.

3) I still have the same amount of flexibility in how and where I want to advertise my services. (With regular escorting agencies, you don’t have this choice)

4) I work when I can or want, with no pressure from the agency.

5) I can choose which services I will sell. (With regular escort agencies, you often pressured to provide unsafe services)

6) I have access to blacklisted clients on escort review boards and my personal black list. When I get the call from my agent, she gives me time to check the number/name of the client against my blacklists. If I don’t want to confirm the appointment, my agent will tell the client I’m unavailable.

And the agency fee is $50, which is a pretty good deal. I’m very happy! Eventually, I will do a review comparison of the best way to work as an escort.


  1. takeliaSBOct 29, 2010 02:05 PM
    Good post. I have been debating on wether or not to start out with an agency or as an independent.
    Send me an email. I want to ask u some questions :)
  2. MOct 29, 2010 04:50 PM
    @ takeliaSB:

    Can you please ask all your questions through the comments section?
    It's easier for me to manage things :)

  3. takeliaSBOct 30, 2010 01:27 PM
    ok np. :)

    where do u think is the best place to post ads?

    what do u think about backpage to start off with?

    im wondering how much volume ill get from my ads, havent posted any yet but i have my site n everything ready to go.

    also id love to hear stories of how u first started out. ;)
  4. MOct 30, 2010 04:07 PM
    @ TakeliaSB:

    I cannot really recommend the best place to advertise. I have not yet used for my ads but I will check it out too very soon.

    I used to use Craigslist but it has been shut down.

    The best place (more classy) is to use one of the escort review boards. I don't know what country you are from.
    But if you live in the USA - try , ,
    If you start with an agency they often make enough cash to spend on expensive advertisements - phone books, and newspapers.

    You might want to see if there are any free or inexpensive local magazines/papers in your area that will take your ads without asking for any kind of escorting license number.

    Where I come from, to advertise in most papers, I am required to give the paper a license #...Again, I don't know where you live (I would prefer to keep our locations private) and therefore the volume of calls will vary quite a bit.

    Also, volume of calls depends on - the services you sell, your physical attributes, and over time the attitude you exhibit. It takes about 6 months of working full time to get a steady following of repeat clients.

    When you first start out it might be difficult to get lots of calls. Gentlemen know they are taking a risk going to see you...especially if you haven't been reviewed yet. After all, they are paying cash that they earned with hard work. :) So it will take time and good customer service before your volume goes up.

    Creating a professional website with nice photos is definitely a bonus :) Most escort advertising websites will ask you to link back to their website if you want to advertise for free on their site. So that's why many of the girls have a "links" page on their website where they just insert all the banners.

    Make sure your website is straight forward and everything you want to tell your client is on there. That way you will have less questions to answer when they call, hopefully eliminating the need to talk about services/rates entirely.

    Hope this helps hun :) xxox
  5. MOct 30, 2010 04:13 PM
    @ takeliaSB:

    I've not used but I have been considering it.
    If you want to advertise in more 'classy' websites, try escort review boards in your area. The USA - best is
    (I'm assuming you live in the US, but I could be wrong. You do not need to tell me your location because I don't wish to disclose mine)

    You can also try -, etc...
    There could be local magazines/papers that have inexpensive advertising section for adult services.

    I cannot tell you anything about call volume. It will depend on 1) services you sell 2) your physical attributes 3) your customer service

    It's difficult starting out because gentlemen don't like taking risk seeing a new girl that hasn't been reviewed. After all he has to pay lots of hard earned money to spend time with you. But within 6 months you can build a steady following of repeat clients. :) All you need is great attitude be customer service oriented.
  6. takeliaSBOct 30, 2010 09:24 PM
    thanks a bunch!

    starting out seems to be the most difficult part for me. im just worried that ill either get too many calls or none at all... (I'm in nyc...) hope all does go well if n when i do start. :)
  7. MOct 30, 2010 09:53 PM
    @ TakeliaSB:

    Yes, the hardest part is getting out there. It's tough not only of the competition out there but because it's nerve wracking. I think everyone is nervous for the first little while, I know I was.

    One other thing you need to consider is how you will stay away from law enforcement. I know it's tough in the US. And the laws on prostitution are strict.

    I forgot to mention, the other factor affecting how many calls you will get will be price you charge per hour. The higher the fee the less calls a girl gets. It's just law of supply/demand.
    You don't need to worry about too many calls. A great number of calls allows you to be more selective :) And if you don't get many, it's still enough to start out! You probably don't want to see many clients in the beginning. It takes time getting used to.
  8. violet badbunnyNov 1, 2010 12:20 AM
    hi :)

    i'm enjoying your blog.

    curious to know how things turn out with j.

    keep writing, definite follow :)

    check out mine when you get a chance!

  9. MNov 1, 2010 10:19 AM
    @ violet :

    Hi :) Thanks for reading hun. I have read your latest post. Glad things didn't go horribly wrong. xoxox