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Where:san fran

Date: 12-3-2012

Type: 1 Hour

Rate: be sweet

Rating: Recommended

Hire Again? Yes

Description?Yes

Lived Up? Yes

Found:His Website

Which:http://robertvandamme.net/cms/

 

Here's another review (from a first-time reviewer, of course), who refused to list the escort's rate. What does "Be sweet" mean? I thought that listing the escort's rate was a required field. Escorts have the right to not list their rates on their websites. But if someone hired an escort, he knows what he paid and should be required to list the rate, as the form states. These obvious ads from the escorts themselves should be thrown out and never posted. Are we agreed out there?

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Seems like the owner of this site did not have a problem with it, since they actually posted the review. You seem to be jumping to some conclusions about the poster, who knows for sure?

 

The owner of the site sleeps too! This one must have snuck in.

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Where:san fran

Date: 12-3-2012

Type: 1 Hour

Rate: be sweet

Rating: Recommended

Hire Again? Yes

Description?Yes

Lived Up? Yes

Found:His Website

Which:http://robertvandamme.net/cms/

 

Here's another review (from a first-time reviewer, of course), who refused to list the escort's rate. What does "Be sweet" mean? I thought that listing the escort's rate was a required field. Escorts have the right to not list their rates on their websites. But if someone hired an escort, he knows what he paid and should be required to list the rate, as the form states. These obvious ads from the escorts themselves should be thrown out and never posted. Are we agreed out there?

 

I agree that the rate actually paid should be required, but it's not obvious to me that this review was submitted by the escort himself.

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Where:san fran

Date: 12-3-2012

Type: 1 Hour

Rate: be sweet

Rating: Recommended

Hire Again? Yes

Description?Yes

Lived Up? Yes

Found:His Website

Which:http://robertvandamme.net/cms/

 

Here's another review (from a first-time reviewer, of course), who refused to list the escort's rate. What does "Be sweet" mean? I thought that listing the escort's rate was a required field. Escorts have the right to not list their rates on their websites. But if someone hired an escort, he knows what he paid and should be required to list the rate, as the form states. These obvious ads from the escorts themselves should be thrown out and never posted. Are we agreed out there?

 

I suspect the rate: "be sweet" refers to the client being "exceptionally" generous ?

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Where:san fran

Date: 12-3-2012

Type: 1 Hour

Rate: be sweet

Rating: Recommended

Hire Again? Yes

Description?Yes

Lived Up? Yes

Found:His Website

Which:http://robertvandamme.net/cms/

 

Here's another review (from a first-time reviewer, of course), who refused to list the escort's rate. What does "Be sweet" mean? I thought that listing the escort's rate was a required field. Escorts have the right to not list their rates on their websites. But if someone hired an escort, he knows what he paid and should be required to list the rate, as the form states. These obvious ads from the escorts themselves should be thrown out and never posted. Are we agreed out there?

 

NO! As we all have found out depending on what will allegedly transpire the Rate can Vary! The Reviewer does not have to say what his Rate was simply because there's those around here who would go on and on about why they wouldn't pay it! Some of us get Rates that others would not..why BLOW a good thing? :rolleyes:

 

If the client reading the Review is that interested he can get HIS Rate when he bothers to contact the Working Guy! But do assume MOST Major Hunks are in the 300 Range!

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NO! As we all have found out depending on what will allegedly transpire the Rate can Vary! The Reviewer does not have to say what his Rate was simply because there's those around here who would go on and on about why they wouldn't pay it! Some of us get Rates that others would not..why BLOW a good thing? :rolleyes:

 

If the client reading the Review is that interested he can get HIS Rate when he bothers to contact the Working Guy! But do assume MOST Major Hunks are in the 300 Range!

 

The Review form does SAY that the rate for the session is 'required'. (This is separate from the 'Advertised rate' which is in a different part of the form.)

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Well a Rate can be whatever Nbr the Reviewer chooses. It doesn't mean that was the "Actual Rate Paid". I've stated $250 and Paid less But that's between me and the Working Guy! You still have to Contact the Working Guy to "Seal any Dea"!

 

I'm not sure what your point is. Sure, a reviewer can lie about what he paid - just like he can lie about what actually happened. But I don't why we'd assume a reviewer is lying.

 

Your view seems to be that you can't rely on things you read in reviews - you're frequently saying that you have to contact the working guy, and I agree that ultimately you need answers from the escort himself. But you also have to recognize that even THAT is no guarantee - we've seen reviews where the escort changed the rate or wanted extra for certain things once he was face-to-face.

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The review is supposed to be an honest account of the actual appointment, isn’t it? It’s not an escort ad, nor what might have been or what could have been.

 

When you submit a reviews, the first 2 parts of the form ("Contact information" and "His information" are supposed to be ' as the escort advertises' (according to the directions). The third part, "Review infromation" (which appears as the "session" information when published, is supposed to be the details of the actual encounter. (And this is where you have the opportunity to note any discrepancies between what was advertised and the reality.) This is the really valuable part of the review - assuming the reviewer is honest and forthcoming. I suspect most of us think of the "session" part as the review.

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Although I appreciate reviews that offer details, I think that short reviews without any real information are better than nothing. Assuming that they are legitimate, they confirm that the escort is real, showed up, probably didn't steal anything and that the reviewer lived through the experience. That information alone is worth something, and its also a pretty safe bet that if someone bothered to submit a review and didn't mention anything negative, that their experience was at least OK.

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Although I appreciate reviews that offer details, I think that short reviews without any real information are better than nothing. Assuming that they are legitimate, they confirm that the escort is real, showed up, probably didn't steal anything and that the reviewer lived through the experience. That information alone is worth something, and its also a pretty safe bet that if someone bothered to submit a review and didn't mention anything negative, that their experience was at least OK.

 

I recently submitted a review which has not been posted yet. In discussing this with the escort, he suggested that perhaps I could write the review without so much detail about what went on between the sheets. He is not opposed to detail, but he preferred reviews that spoke more in general terms of how the experience was. He did not ask me to specifically to do this, but since this is someone that I respect, I wrote my review in more general terms. I understand his dislike for reviews that read like a 'porn novel'

 

I think that you still get a sense of what the session was like, but minus the intimate details.

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Exactly right Corndog and BigValBoy. I agree that an abbreviated review with just the basics is much better than nothing. I've submitted several reviews and try to provide significant details about the encounter. However, more often I've failed to write reviews on some excellent escorts because I didn't have the time to writing a lengthy, detailed account. That's my fault--I should have at least submitted the basic s in a short review (like the one for Robert Van D).

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What I object to is letting pass info not being given under "required fields." If fields are optional, that's fine. But required fields are required for a reason: they are very basic for assessing whether or not we want to hire the guy. Yes, I have had the occasion where an escort gave me a discount under the condition that if I write a review, I write his usual rate in the review. No problem with that. But "reviewers" should not be able to get away with bullshit such as writing "be sweet" under the escort's rate, when that is a required field. This escort has a multitude of first-time reviews which do not discuss a rate. This website should throw out theses highly questionable "reviews" in order to keep a semblance of honesty, especially when required fields are blown off.

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