Vague messages, dirty pics, a lot of texting and no real action…we are all too familiar with time wasters, that type of “client” that contacts you without having any intention at all to book you for a date, but instead ends up wasting your time and drains you of energy.
There are a lot of time wasters out there, and for a novice escort, it can be a little overwhelming to figure it out from the very beginning who is the real deal and who is just messing with you and wasting your time without any real intentions.
That’s why we come in your aid with a few red flags that, if you run across, should signal you that something is off with the person you are chatting. If you spot any of the following warning signs, make sure to cut the chat short and look for some real signs that the two of you are looking for the same thing, and that’s to book a date.
1. The abbreviations and bad grammar dude
If the guy sending you a text message or email is using a lot of abbreviations and is just dropping a question poorly written, that’s a major red flag. We are talking about questions such as “how u doing?”, “u avail?”, and so on. Dropping a question, in a really bad grammar, with lots of useless abbreviations is a sign that you are dealing with a time waster, not a potential client. So, the best way to handle such individuals is not waste your time by engaging in conversation.
2. The dick pic guy
Yeah, those guys, the ones that consider that sending you a couple of (unflattering, in most cases) dick pics, is a proper way to start a conversation with an escort or any woman at all. The dick pic guy is just trying to jerk off by imagining just how blown away and aroused are you by his junk, he won’t book you, and if he does, he may even cause you problems by trying to get extra services for the money paid, or by not wanting to pay at all.
3. The photo collector
These are the time wasters that are trying to get you to send them naked photos of yourself, or selfies. Ladies, stop wasting your time and talk to these guys, they are feeding of your energy and not fiving anything else in return. You have plenty of sexy, enticing, clear photos displayed on your profile, so for him to ask for some more is just a big, fat red flag. Tell him to get lost or send him to spam.
4. The questions askers
If a guy booked you for a date but then comes and starts bombarding you with all sorts of questions, that ladies is a clear sign that he is not actually going to honor the booking. Questions such as “can we shower together?”, “do you provide massage, also”, “what services are you offering”, addressed after the details of the booking are being all set, are not a good sign, because these are all questions that an interested client would ask in advance. If you find yourself talking with such guy, the “question asker”, after answering his questions make sure to make him re-confirm the booking.
5. The vague, bait guy
If a guy contacts you, but instead of making the actual booking starts dangling “carrots” so that he can hook you, that my darlings is a time waster. If he comes with lines such as “I can’t wait to be your regular”, “I am thinking about booking you for a future vacation”, “I want to book you for an entire weekend but first …”, ladies run as fast as you can. A guy interested in booking you, does just that, or someone looking for a regular escort, he starts by seeing you first and only after that first encounter, he starts talking about turning things into a regular situation.
These are the “maybe”, “might”, “could”, “would” guys, that keep it vague, letting you think that they’re about to book you and you’re about to score a “big fish”, but are not doing anything to close the deal with you.
What other type of time waster do you know, or have met during the years? We can’t wait to hear your stories and learn more tips on how to spot a time waster, before spending too much energy on him.