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"Hot Model Jock" Justin Banks has current Rentboy ads in New York and Miami:

 

http://www.rentboy.com/Listing.aspx?lid=409731&scid=108113847&sp=1&pos=0&locid=&iid=479712

 

http://m.rentboy.com/Listing.aspx?lid=393019&scid=105741862&sp=1&pos=3&locid=1442

 

In addition, since 2012, he has advertised in Columbus, Tucson, Phoenix, and Los Angeles, on backpage and elsewhere. On Google Image, the photos in his ads are all unique, so it is possible they are real. Has anyone tried him out?

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I don't know whether he is real or not, but does the Forum membership agree with his self-assessment of being 'muscular/buff'?

 

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Two very annoying parts of this ad: lack of rates, and he claims his cock size is "extra large" but doesn't have any pics.

 

I don't get why guys don't put rates in their ads, just ads an unnecessary step to the process and quite possibly the need for them to field more calls that don't lead to appointments.

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I don't get why guys don't put rates in their ads, just ads an unnecessary step to the process and quite possibly the need for them to field more calls that don't lead to appointments.

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In addition to what you wrote, many people, including myself, ignore an ad when it says "ask me" (or words to that effect).

 

An ad that says "ask me" is a time waster and could also be a waste of the escorts advertising budget. This is because the escort pays for an ad that many ignore simply because of the "ask me" nonsense.

 

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In addition to what you wrote, many people, including myself, ignore an ad when it says "ask me" (or words to that effect).

 

An ad that says "ask me" is a time waster and could also be a waste of the escorts advertising budget. This is because the escort pays for an ad that many ignore simply because of the "ask me" nonsense.

 

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not always

 

plenty of great escorts out there don't like to have their rates out in the open. that's a choice and they still do fine

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vegas ad says he is 21 in the headline, then 23 in the body of the ad. Have hired him before. He is a pretty boy.. but his personality was a turnoff. Arrogant and cocky. Not participatory at all. and cock is definitely not above average in size. Average at best. If you want someone to just stand there and let you look at him, then he would be a good fit. But if you want someone to have some mutual fun with, keep looking.. Also used to go by the name of Andy Minaj in Phoenix..he has a negative review or two under that name.

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In addition to what you wrote, many people, including myself, ignore an ad when it says "ask me" (or words to that effect).

 

An ad that says "ask me" is a time waster and could also be a waste of the escorts advertising budget. This is because the escort pays for an ad that many ignore simply because of the "ask me" nonsense.

 

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not always

 

plenty of great escorts out there don't like to have their rates out in the open. that's a choice and they still do fine

 

We really don't know how many clients ignored an ad because of the "ask me" notation. This is a probability that cannot be quantified or even estimated with accuracy, given the lack of a controlled study.

 

Although some "great" escorts might "still do fine" (when failing to disclose their requested fee) it is possible they would fair better if they included the rate they request.

 

Other, not so popular escorts, probably lose a lot of business because of the failure to disclose the asking price.

 

If you were to go to a restaurant and are shown a menu but there is a notation written next to the food item, "ask me" with respect to pricing, it would be a put off. Or, if you went shopping and on each item sold, having to ask the price would be an annoying and unnecessary step many would prefer to avoid.

 

Obviously, there are clients who are not rebuffed by the "ask me" tactic in an escort ad, but logic dictates that many are.

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If you were to go to a restaurant and are shown a menu but there is a notation written next to the food item, "ask me" with respect to pricing, it would be a put off. Or, if you went shopping and on each item sold, having to ask the price would be an annoying and unnecessary step many would prefer to avoid.

 

Obviously, there are clients who are not rebuffed by the "ask me" tactic in an escort ad, but logic dictates that many are.

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I sometimes go into restaurants that carry some items on the menu with a price indicated as "Market Price" which in the restaurant business means they can't publish a price because the commodity's pricing changes frequently depending on supply and demand. But I don't hesitate to ask my waiter the price of the meal if I'm interested.

 

When I see an escort with the goods that I'm interested in hiring, I don't hesitate to ask him his fee for the services for which I'm an interested in engaging him.

 

Some of the escorts I have engaged tell me that they charge different rates because of:

 

a) their demand - one reason I hate Daddy's Treat of the Day sometimes, why fuck 5 guys for $1,000 when you can fuck 3 guys for $1050?

b) their expenses while traveling require a higher rate in travel cities and they don't want to have a pricing history that conflicts

c) hour of the day - who wants to bang a drunk a 2 AM when the bars close for the same $200 they get from a businessman at Happy Hour?

d) various activities - it takes more home time to prepared to bottom than it does preparing to top, getting into all that expensive leather is time-consuming too.

 

I don't support the practice of only hiring escorts who name a price in an ad. I don't think we should attempt to hold a guy to his pricing history either. Circumstances change constantly and allowing an escort some flexibility is good in pricing and sex!

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We really don't know how many clients ignored an ad because of the "ask me" notation. This is a probability that cannot be quantified or even estimated with accuracy, given the lack of a controlled study.

 

Although some "great" escorts might "still do fine" (when failing to disclose their requested fee) it is possible they would fair better if they included the rate they request.

 

Other, not so popular escorts, probably lose a lot of business because of the failure to disclose the asking price.

 

If you were to go to a restaurant and are shown a menu but there is a notation written next to the food item, "ask me" with respect to pricing, it would be a put off. Or, if you went shopping and on each item sold, having to ask the price would be an annoying and unnecessary step many would prefer to avoid.

 

Obviously, there are clients who are not rebuffed by the "ask me" tactic in an escort ad, but logic dictates that many are.

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market pricing exists for a reason. try eating truffles or lobster in most places see if you get a priced menu

 

you're comparing a meal to a person. that's your first problem and an indicator to me of the way you see working guys

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I sometimes go into restaurants that carry some items on the menu with a price indicated as "Market Price" which in the restaurant business means they can't publish a price because the commodity's pricing changes frequently depending on supply and demand. But I don't hesitate to ask my waiter the price of the meal if I'm interested.

 

When I see an escort with the goods that I'm interested in hiring, I don't hesitate to ask him his fee for the services for which I'm an interested in engaging him.

 

Some of the escorts I have engaged tell me that they charge different rates because of:

 

a) their demand - one reason I hate Daddy's Treat of the Day sometimes, why fuck 5 guys for $1,000 when you can fuck 3 guys for $1050?

b) their expenses while traveling require a higher rate in travel cities and they don't want to have a pricing history that conflicts

c) hour of the day - who wants to bang a drunk a 2 AM when the bars close for the same $200 they get from a businessman at Happy Hour?

d) various activities - it takes more home time to prepared to bottom than it does preparing to top, getting into all that expensive leather is time-consuming too.

 

I don't support the practice of only hiring escorts who name a price in an ad. I don't think we should attempt to hold a guy to his pricing history either. Circumstances change constantly and allowing an escort some flexibility is good in pricing and sex!

 

(B) is an excellent case in point. I was just talking with an escort who travels and he got burned on an appointment. Sometimes it is either from customers who refuse to pay or by clients that set up appointments and never show up. Often times it is other escorts who are jealous that they are in town taking their business, and make fake appointments just to disrupt their schedule. Whatever the reason, traveling is expensive these days, and going on the road means it is paramount that those expenses are covered plus some sort of profit.

 

I don't fault an escort for adjusting prices, for whatever reason he feels is necessary. If I'm interested, I simply ask, the same way I would ask anyone who I am purchasing services from and prices are not posted.

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market pricing exists for a reason. try eating truffles or lobster in most places see if you get a priced menu

 

you're comparing a meal to a person. that's your first problem and an indicator to me of the way you see working guys

 

You wrote, " - you're comparing a meal to a person" prior to that statement, you summarily offered your example of a truffle and a lobster. Then, your response turned to "that's your first problem and an indicator to me of the way you see working guys"

 

What a contradiction.

 

The subject of escorts not disclosing their fees began with a couple of posters up thread. Those posters were not happy with escorts who state "ask me" in their ads. I agreed with those posters.

 

At a minimum, your post contradicts itself.

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It's just an impression- and it may be wrong. But I've always thought I've seen a higher percentage of questionable ads (ie fake ads/scams) with the dreaded 'Ask Me'. That along with descriptions that don't match the pictures ( an obviously muscular guy whose description reads 'Athletic/Swimmer' ) have been red flags to me to avoid the ad. And sometimes it has seemed to me that the ads with 'Ask Me' that I thought might be on the up and up and not scams that the escorts seem to have less of a client-friendly attitude. Now if the 'Ask Me' were on a well-known escort's ad, I might be more inclined to take the risk.

 

Gman

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In brightest day, in blackest night, No evil shall escape my sight. Let those who worship evil's might, Beware my power, The Great Gazoo is always right!!!!

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It's just an impression- and it may be wrong. But I've always thought I've seen a higher percentage of questionable ads (ie fake ads/scams) with the dreaded 'Ask Me'. That along with descriptions that don't match the pictures ( an obviously muscular guy whose description reads 'Athletic/Swimmer' ) have been red flags to me to avoid the ad. And sometimes it has seemed to me that the ads with 'Ask Me' that I thought might be on the up and up and not scams that the escorts seem to have less of a client-friendly attitude. Now if the 'Ask Me' were on a well-known escort's ad, I might be more inclined to take the risk.

 

Gman

 

Hi Gman:

 

If you check threads related to fake ads, you will find a large percentage of ads showing the photos of good looking guys advertising in large cities asking a small price. For example, you may have seen a NYC ad wherein a handsome guy asks for $150 (or in that range). However, when a phone number or Google image search is done, the ad comes up bogus (stolen photos).

 

The only place I personally observed a consistently honest "ask me" is on gayromeo with European escorts. It is common for escorts in Europe to have "ask me" on their ads, particularly on gayromeo. I have never been "burned" answering a gayromeo ad in Europe even though the ad said "ask me." In the U.S., an "ask me" ad frequently results in a scam or is posted by an escort with a "menu" (of sorts) which has a price for each and everything, including a price just to show up.

 

In the end, there really is no correct answer. Some people do not mind an ad that says "ask me" while I and a few posters (up thread) do not like that practice. To each his own.

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