Escort and Adult Services Client Etiquette

Client Etiquette

*the term provider in the following covers escorts, sensual massage, BDSM, and parlours & agencies

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Make sure your first contact with your chosen provider is succinct, clear and courteous. Some providers may prefer SMS/text over phone calls as they may not be able to answer.
The best tips we can give a newbie punter, (and a refresher for those well-seasoned):


The three C’s – courteous, clear and clean.

First impressions count! Set the tone by introducing yourself by your name or chosen punting name, if not at the beginning, then at the end. When corresponding, use complete sentences, full words instead of shorthand and address your provider the same way you would any other business. Do not use foul or derogatory language, and never try to negotiate the price.
A bad first impression is often irreversible, so remember to be courteous. If you would like some examples on how NOT to contact your escort please see our blog, aptly titled How not to text your escort, a lot can be learned from this post.

Not many people in this world are mind readers. If there’s something particular you would like, you need to request it, but do not request illegal services or services explicitly stated as unavailable. If you’re unsure of something, ask politely. Communication is key. When contacting a provider, there is certain information vital to making a successful booking, when would you like an appointment? What is your preferred time of day? What session are you after? And for how long would you like to stay? Contributing this information in a courteous manner will improve your chances of securing a booking. Be clear.

Cleanliness is next to Godliness. Now that you have secured a booking, you’re about to get up close and personal. Hygiene is key; arrive trimmed, brushed and with a light deodorant on. Many providers will require you to have a shower before the booking proceeds; take it. You can never be too clean. Use the mouth wash if available. The first step to an enjoyable booking is hygiene, be clean.