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I’m beginning to feel a need to stop accepting many of these types. It seems troublesome to try and book visits. No offense to anyone who fits these attributes. I’m referring to the ones who can’t compromise on time, always busy with work/travel/family affairs, can only ever offer one limited option to meet, despite me willing to being flexible (usually just have 1 day at 1 time available, etc). The “I can only meet between 1 and 2 p.m.” types.
Ran into this with a return client I haven’t seen in awhile. Partly because most times we try to meet, it’s always something he has to work around. We were trying to meet in the same city, and he gave me 2 date possibilities in 2 different cities. But no confirmation of either. When I contact a few days to follow back up to see what’s he considering, he’s like: “I’m going to xxx tomorrow, and I have a room booked”. I’m thinking, WOW that’s a day earlier than planned (and I couldn’t leave that same day because I had doctor visit/packing to do).
I thought he would check with me first, and coordinate which day/location would be best. But because of something that changed on his end, he decided to go earlier. Long story short: he gets to the city before me, and then can only stay 1 night only. I’m like, okay…but it’s going to need to be no pressures on arriving by a certain time. However, he seemed impatient like he can’t meet too late, and wants to get on his way home first thing in the morning. On the way, I end up with a punctured tire: which equated to a 3 hour delay. Of course he canceled. I ask if he can stay an extra day, he started being a bitch about it like he can’t, blah blah blah.
I’m thinking to myself: this is just too much drama. I like clients who are flexible, aren’t always trying to cram a million things in and book an escort at the same time. Sure they have things to do but if I miss them one day, they’re always open to extend to the next or following.
High Maintenance clients often seem to be under the erroneous impression that booking an escort means it should be easy as in: making them revolve around their schedule. Some like to say, “this is more complicated than I thought”. No…you are unavailable but expecting to include another life and schedule to work around it. THAT is complicated. Then, they get attitude at me and make me feel like I’m to blame, when I’m reality: they never had the basic courtesy to ASK ME and work with each OTHERS schedule in the first place. They just expect to plan things haphazardly, on their time, and expect it to all work out. It doesn’t.
I understand this isn’t all clients, and I know this is especially common with the married clients. But: things still have to be done accordingly. I texted my client from earlier: If you trying to meet in a different city, it’s not going to work if everything is only on 1 person’s time demands. You’re not just dealing with 1 person.
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Jeez, sit down and smell the roses Miguel.