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Daisy_

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Hotel Outcall Security Tips. Help! I'm new.
« on: 01 December 2011, 02:23:45 am »
Hi, thanks for having a look at the post.

I'm new to escorting and only offering hotel outcalls as I don't have the means for Incalls and I think a home would be too scary straight away!

I've been obsessively reading the SAAFE site for a few weeks now lol,  and searching the forums too so I think I've got lots of into on how to stay safe. BUT, I've noticed on several occassions WGs (who know better) PMing other newbies about extra tips on how to be as safe as you can reasonably be. 

For a hotel Outcall my procedure so far is:

1)Check Feedback
2)Get full name, room num & booking refernce to confirm Mr. X has checked in/not checked out.
3)Ring security buddy when you get there, let them know you've arrived
4)Ring security buddy in front of Mr. X let them know all is well again. Tell security buddy what time you will be calling to say you are leaving.
5)Ring security buddy to let them know you have infact left safely.

I have a couple of other things that I'm going to do as part of the 'Procedure' but don't want to advertise them for the world and his dog to see.

Could someone please PM me and give me any more tips you have? I also have another Q that I don't want to openly ask ( never know who's reading).

I don't want to sound as though I am being super-paranoid but when it comes down to safety I want the advice of someone who knows better! Please?

Any advice would be invaluable; I'm not putting my Availability up till I know more lol.

Thank you,

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« Last Edit: 20 March 2012, 07:07:36 am by D.3 »

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Re: Hotel Outcall Security Tips. Help! I'm new.
« Reply #1 on: 01 December 2011, 12:47:39 pm »
Daisy, if you have specific questions that you'd rather not put on the public board then obviously the PM system is the ideal place but general tips that anybody has are really better here where everyone can benefit from them. You're welcome to PM me if you like, and I'm sure other ladies (and we have a few outcall only members here too) won't mind once they've seen your post :).

As far as what you've got goes, the first one is neither here nor there to me as I don't get much work through Adultwork (which I'm guessing it what the 'Feedback' refers to), and barring anything showing that's genuinely bad I wouldn't get too hung up on it. Turning somebody away purely because they have no feedback is a bit counterproductive if everything else seems fine and many punters prefer to book by phone so don't use the booking system, alth0ugh if he's been on the site forever and doesn't have any I admit I always wonder then.

The second, you can check a lot of hotel bookings online as well as by phone which makes things nice and easy. I would recommend actually calling the hotel and asking to be put through to the client in his room before you set off rather than just asking the desk whether he's arrived, although places like Travellodge don't have phones in the rooms so it's fine for there (you can say you're ringing to confirm your colleague has arrived safely because his mobile is off or something if you're worried about what to say).

I don't bother with the third, but if you're new it's probably not a bad idea - I do normally send a text to say I'm on my way in if I've travelled a long way. The fourth is pretty standard stuff - don't forget to think of a code word/phrase for if everything is not OK and you don't want it to be obvious that you're raising the alarm.

The last one, standard stuff and should IMO be done once you've not only left but got actually away from the venue (into your car/taxi/on the train or whatever). Make sure you've worked out between you what your buddy will do if they don't hear from you within the agreed time.

Some people leave full details of their client and booking with their buddy - I give them the address/hotel details and have the rest written on a piece of paper at home which is shredded when I get back. There are all sorts of threads on this and other outcall-related stuff (hiding your money, arriving at the location and so on) all over the forum, but you're quite right not to plaster every detail of your personal security procedure on the board if yu don't want to (and I don't either :)).
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Re: Hotel Outcall Security Tips. Help! I'm new.
« Reply #2 on: 01 December 2011, 06:52:10 pm »
My procedure

1) Get full name, room no, hotel
2) Call hotel and ask to be put through to room to confirm client presence in room
3) give security buddy client name, room number, hotel address, hotel phone
4) text security when in hotel lift
5) text security when inside room and received ?
6) text when exited room

Personally, I think 3 texts are important.  If you've texted that you've arrived and then the 2nd text is not forth coming, then they know that something may be up, and they'll know pretty quick.  If you don't send the first text then you could get stuck in traffic while your security buddy is sitting worried at home...

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« Reply #3 on: 01 December 2011, 10:01:58 pm »
Yes to the three message system, for the reasons you give.
I do that too. But by phone call as texts sometimes don't go through, for various technical reasons
-and you won't know.

Also, for communication number two, a client hearing you talk with another human being
{be it a security buddy or just the talking clock}
rather than a text,
is a stronger message to him that you have security.

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« Reply #4 on: 01 December 2011, 10:13:11 pm »
I would always say phone rather than text, too. Apart from anything else, anybody can send a text and unless you've got a fairly cast iron routine that a stranger wouldn't know (and don't have the text ready written), there's no guarantee that the 'everything fine, will ring in an hour' message is coming from you.
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« Reply #5 on: 02 December 2011, 12:56:26 pm »
I think I will be going for the calling option rather than texting. I think it's true that you never do know if that text is genuinely from you.

So many procedures/ risk assessments; insurance companies would have a field day with us!

Thank you ladies!

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