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Anyone had calls from this site?

 

But I had no idea I was just placed on the site without my knowing. I get a call regarding a massage, and I'm like where did you see my ad? He's like rent masseur. I tell him I'm not on there. We spent 5 minutes on the phone, He's asking about massage, getting ready to set the whole thing up and give my address, and then he asks if I have a table. Then he's like, "oh never mind, was hoping to have a table". I'm just like, that'd be like calling a proper masseur on an escort site, and asking if he'd be okay getting his dick sucked or fucking after the massage. I've spoken to some masseurs who get really annoyed by that.

 

I had to tell him I'm not a masseur. I know how to give a proper massage, but it's generally included in my services and I don't advertise as such. Nothing in the ad even suggested that to begin with. I don't really have space to put a table up in my place. One could say any publicity is good publicity, but if it's bringing me calls/clients that I can't service, that's not really beneficial. I'd rather have no calls at all then to have someone say, "oh, well was just looking for massage/table, etc."

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Anyone had calls from this site?

 

But I had no idea I was just placed on the site without my knowing. I get a call regarding a massage, and I'm like where did you see my ad? He's like rent masseur. I tell him I'm not on there. We spent 5 minutes on the phone, He's asking about massage, getting ready to set the whole thing up and give my address, and then he asks if I have a table. Then he's like, "oh never mind, was hoping to have a table". I'm just like, that'd be like calling a proper masseur on an escort site, and asking if he'd be okay getting his dick sucked or fucking after the massage. I've spoken to some masseurs who get really annoyed by that.

 

I had to tell him I'm not a masseur. I know how to give a proper massage, but it's generally included in my services and I don't advertise as such. Nothing in the ad even suggested that to begin with. I don't really have space to put a table up in my place. One could say any publicity is good publicity, but if it's bringing me calls/clients that I can't service, that's not really beneficial. I'd rather have no calls at all then to have someone say, "oh, well was just looking for massage/table, etc."

 

No calls yet from the site but I do believe the site is owned by the same people that own rentmen.com as most of the escorts on rentmen.com were brought over to that site also. There is the option of saying what type of massage you are willing to do including sensual and erotic so as to make it known that you might not have a table so no one gets the wrong impression. Apparently anyone on there has a free account until August as they just launched.

 

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No calls yet from the site but I do believe the site is owned by the same people that own rentmen.com as most of the escorts on rentmen.com were brought over to that site also. There is the option of saying what type of massage you are willing to do including sensual and erotic so as to make it known that you might not have a table so no one gets the wrong impression. Apparently anyone on there has a free account until August as they just launched.

 

Keenan

 

Ah yes...Rentmen cleared up the confusion for me earlier. I think I had a couple of calls recently, asking about massage and couldn't figure out why. Rentmen itself has actually been getting more clients to me...so now their site is going to be on my keeper's list for sure. But as far as being on massage sites, I've done it in the past (2 years ago was probably the last time I can remember) but I've moved away from most of them. So to get the, "hi, are you available for a massage?" calls was baffling.

 

I used to be more open to the massage thing, but some guys expected me to have the whole setup (or at-least a table) and would pass when they understood that I am not a "proper" masseur. I seen my ad on rent masseur before I had them take it down, nothing in there indicated I had a massage set-up, so to even call and expect that is 1 of the reasons why I've moved away from it.

 

Not to mention the fact there's only so much one can get for a massage, yet some still expect there to be some extra action on top of the massage. So I don't even want my ad on any massage site. I give good massages, but it's more of a prelude. I had someone contact me about a massage last week, and I told him straight up; don't message me saying you just want a massage. Because I'm going to tell you how much an hour is, and you're either not going to want to pay it, or you're going to show up with just massage money and not play money...and be disappointed. So might as well not beat around the bush, and just be real. We ended up having quite the encounter.

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Massage tables aren't that expensive. The portable ones are about $100 before shipping. It really does improve the quality of the massage and silently sets boundaries.

 

Boundaries go both ways. I once called up a guy on a massage site once when I really needed a massage quickly. We agreed on a therapeutic, non-sensual massage and he said he'd bring a table. He shows up sans table because he had biked over. I should have sent him off but was sore, so I used the couch. His actual massage was good. But 30 minutes later, he began trying to kiss me and tried offering a free session. Insisting on a table would have sent a clear message to this unprofessional masseur that I was paying him for a massage, not playtime. In your case, Joey, the table would send the same message to clients.

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Massage tables aren't that expensive. The portable ones are about $100 before shipping. It really does improve the quality of the massage and silently sets boundaries.

 

Boundaries go both ways. I once called up a guy on a massage site once when I really needed a massage quickly. We agreed on a therapeutic, non-sensual massage and he said he'd bring a table. He shows up sans table because he had biked over. I should have sent him off but was sore, so I used the couch. His actual massage was good. But 30 minutes later, he began trying to kiss me and tried offering a free session. Insisting on a table would have sent a clear message to this unprofessional masseur that I was paying him for a massage, not playtime. In your case, Joey, the table would send the same message to clients.

 

It's not the price though that's a factor lol. I see them for sale all the time, but I don't want one. I have a 55 gallon aquarium and a 29 gallon aquarium, and don't have space to fit a massage table anywhere. I've actually been looking for storage units. I used to borrow a friend's massage table awhile back...and it was fun and made massages easier, but hated having the thing lying around the house like I'm some kind of chiropractic studio. But, when I had that table, I had no furniture...so it fit in okay. But I'm certainly not trying to carry it around from city to city either.

 

However, for the last part...that's the message I DON'T want to send lol. Even when I was using a massage table...guys still wanted to do other stuff. It was just getting to be too much. I was finding myself asking for extra in the middle of the massage when they started to want more, and sometimes they wouldn't have it. Or they'd have 'some' of it, but not all of it since "they didn't know". Or, they'd call me on the phone and talk about massage, and get upset and hangup when I explained before they came over, that anything beyond massage would be more. So now, I'm just like...be real. The ones that would irk me the most were the, "I want a DEEP, DEEP erotic massage". Ummm, what does that mean? You want to get fucked? Call an escort. All that figuring out code words is unnecessary.

 

I probably have missed a few clients since I stopped advertising on the massage sites, but I came to a conclusion it's not worth it trying to be both, unless you have the set up, or even a separate massage studio like 1 guy I met. He didn't see clients at his home, but had a separate studio. But he absolutely didn't offer 'extras' to his clients.

 

So even though I still like giving massages, I don't wish to sell myself as a masseur or advertise on websites that promote masseurs.

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Rentmasseur.com also came to my attention when I started receiving client inquiries through it. An email to the site confirmed that they had migrated my expired RentMen ad to the new site, all without asking or informing me, and that I now had the option to cancel it or let it run free until August.

 

I think it's great that RentMen are putting together a massage website. I understand their desire to populate that site and make it look vital right away. And in my particular case, as I am a trained and practicing masseur and the site is generating clients, I have been happy to update my ad and let it run.

 

However, I do not agree with transferring ads from RentMen without the prior consent of the advertisers and I think it does the new site a great disservice to populate it predominantly with escorts. Massage clients are not looking for escorts, nor is a high quality massage a service most escorts have the training, experience and equipment to provide.

 

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