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I have found the discussion in this thread informative. https://www.m4m-forum.org/threads/leo-laurent-todays-review.133901/

 

I think I would have walked while waiting for the escort stood in line to resolve his issues with the hotel. Of course, I wasn’t there so who knows what I would really do.

 

The reason I think I would have walked is it seems poor customer service to have a client stand in line to sort you your business problem. Suggest a 10 minute delay and send me for coffe or cocktail.

 

So, have there been instances where you called off a date or terminated it because you felt disrespected or the recipient of poor customer service?

 

Newbie here, so tell me if I have a wrongheaded approach to this.

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I tend to be pretty lenient in cases when someone is late showing up, for example. I once sat in my car in the apartment parking lot for nearly 30 minutes waiting on a guy (he had fallen asleep on his sofa inside). That’s pretty stupid in retrospect. My rationale at the moment is that I’ve set aside the time in my schedule, I’m not sure when I’ll be able to schedule someone else and want to try hard to make it work. I suspect most others walk away much sooner, especially when someone goes radio silent.

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I've had good luck. No difficult experiences, only one no-show. I had driven across the bridge to Oakland to meet this guy. I got to his place and texted, no response. Rang the bell a couple times, faced the fact that it wasn't happening and went back to my office. When I got back, I emailed him. He responded that he had made a scheduling error. He apologized and offered a make-good at a discounted rate. I haven't yet had an inclination to make another trip to Oakland. Probably wont.

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You do your homework as best you can- reading Daddy's Reviews and in-between the lines of how an escort presents himself- and never put yourself in the situation of needing to walk away mid-meet in the first place. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

 

I know this isn't always realistic or possible, but let's face it: We hear these stories, repeatedly, and almost always think 'you didn't see the signs?'

 

Push comes to shove: If it feels wrong or very uncomfortable, leave. That's advice for both parties.

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Since I have serious concerns about confidentiality, and this is an illegal activity, I would likely walk away from any scenario which is drawing a lot of attention or has the potential to attract police. Also, I have a low tolerance for drama and sillines.....

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We're all wired differently. My wiring prohibits me accepting the feeling that something I'm voluntarily paying for is making me feel disrespected or victimized .

  • I've walked away from guys who were dishonest in advertising.
  • Walked away after starting with guys who had extremely distasteful physical conditions (extreme, oozing roid-backne, and big sore on penis.)
  • Quit seeing guys Id seen multiple times for extended visits after encountering dishonesty, or very lackadaisical performance.
  • Cancelled after being jerked around through multiple, hours of, postponements.
  • Sometimes there's just an annoyance or customer service factor that triggers the feeling "what the fuck am I doing trying to pay for this?" and I move on.

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I wonder what conclusions will be drawn by 22nd Century anthropologists and social scientists who study early 21st Century social media.

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You do your homework as best you can- reading Daddy's Reviews and in-between the lines of how an escort presents himself- and never put yourself in the situation of needing to walk away mid-meet in the first place. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.

 

I know this isn't always realistic or possible, but let's face it: We hear these stories, repeatedly, and almost always think 'you didn't see the signs?'

 

Push comes to shove: If it feels wrong or very uncomfortable, leave. That's advice for both parties.

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  • Quit seeing guys Id seen multiple times for extended visits after encountering dishonesty, or very lackadaisical performance

 

I have quit in what I though was my “go-to” guy for the same reason. Maybe he’s so comfortable with me now that he talks more than performs the actual massage. It’s not even as good as it used to be. I need him for the massage. I have more than enough friends should I need to talk to someone.

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Walked away after starting with guys who had extremely distasteful physical conditions (extreme, oozing roid-backne, and big sore on penis.)

 

“big sore on penis”

 

That’s a thread all on its own.

Ive posted that tale somewhere else on the forums.

I wonder what conclusions will be drawn by 22nd Century anthropologists and social scientists who study early 21st Century social media.

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I have quit in what I though was my “go-to” guy for the same reason. Maybe he’s so comfortable with me now that he talks more than performs the actual massage. It’s not even as good as it used to be. I need him for the massage. I have more than enough friends should I need to talk to someone.

My goto guy has upped his rate to the extent that he priced himself out .

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I don't have a hard-and-fast rule, mainly because "issues" are situational. While I don't know that the initial issue (keycard not working) would make me walk away, were it to happen to my keycard I would suggest that the other person grab coffee or a drink on me (as someone else suggested) while I resolved the issue. For me, this is as much about the other person not having to listen to the discussion as it is me not wanting the other person to know my credit card was declined!

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Some of my best dates have been ones that started out looking like they would be disasters (and vice-versa). You never know until it's finished.

 

But asking for the $ up front is 100% deal breaker. Don't be stupid. Once I tore my bills in half and offered the guy half bills up front. He backed off and let me pay after. But I would only do that. Total up front? Never. Ever.

 

Million fish in the sea ,etc and Ben Franklins are damn good bait.

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I was running late, and my client walked after 15 minutes in the lobby. I hadn't notified of my being late, so he assumed I was a No show. I didn't blame him, but he appreciated my apology. We are due to meet again in the near future. In this particular client's situation, he keeps a very strict schedule.

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I was running late, and my client walked after 15 minutes in the lobby.

I hadn't notified of my being late, so he assumed I was a No show.

What did we learn?

 

If you’re going to be more than 5 minutes late....let the other person know.

 

In today’s world....it’s so easy. Back before cell phones....I remember waiting

over an hour at the base of the Empire State Building for a date from Long

Island to pick me up. Don’t ask me why....but I just KNEW he would show.

 

Happy ending...he did. An accident in the midtown tunnel had him stuck.

He was frantic and couldn’t believe I waited. Kids today have it soooo easy!

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What did we learn?

 

If you’re going to be more than 5 minutes late....let the other person know.

 

In today’s world....it’s so easy. Back before cell phones....I remember waiting

over an hour at the base of the Empire State Building for a date from Long

Island to pick me up. Don’t ask me why....but I just KNEW he would show.

 

Happy ending...he did. An accident in the midtown tunnel had him stuck.

He was frantic and couldn’t believe I waited. Kids today have it soooo easy!

That sounds like a remake of "An Affair to Remember".

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A good encounter (in my experience/opinion), comes from effective communication, on BOTH ends, as well as MUTUAL respect.

Sad to say, the latter happens less than it should sometimes.

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MUTUAL respect.

 

thanks, Ace....

 

as pollyanna as it sounds, I ab-so-lute-ly can't understand how anybody goes around in life and doesn't at least be polite and courteous to others (at least at first until you get to know them!.....)

 

not saying you have to gush and all, but "hello, please, thank you" is so easy, free, and takes no extra time......holding hands and singing "Kumbaya" not required, but.....you know

 

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