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Looks like someone is interested in the escort industry. Let's see if we can be of some help. Below we will include some frequently asked questions about the escort industry. We will do one question that a new escort might ask and then we will do one question that a new client might ask, and that order will continue until the end of our list. As a reminder, our oh-so-helpful escort acronym dictionary is on the ESCORT TERMS & CODES page, and also on several others.
Q: How much money can a new female escort expect to make?
A: That depends on how quickly you catch on, and how many days you work. On average I'd say new girls using a company and working for a commission in the Southern California, Phoenix, Denver area, and perhaps other places with large cities, average about 300 a night. That's after the first week of working, of course. Your first week will probably be a nervous fumble, after a nervous fumble, which will ultimately affect your money. Once you become comfortable with meeting all those new people at their places each day, you'll begin to make more money, because you won't be making the client uneasy with your nervous body language. Stay consistent, only use it as a stepping stone in your journey, and invest regularly along the way. Standard escort commission when working with a company is 30-40% (Depending on the company), and you should not have to share tips with the company.
Q: How can I make sure that I don't get ripped off by an escort?
A: The platform you use helps a lot here. Knowing that an escort ad you're calling isn't posted in every major US city is somewhat important. You want to be confident that the girl you're calling in the ad is an actual escort that's gonna show up at your door, not some home invasion crew. AdultSearch, Eros, and TruEscorts are very good about keeping fake ads out. But, now that you've got a platform picked out, how do you screen the escorts? I know, I know. It's a question within a question, but trust us, it helps answer the main question. Searching for a phone number, or an image from the escort ad on Google may show several results across the US. You would think that would be it, it's no good, but now you have to factor in if someone is just using a picture they've found online which looks similar to them to simply conceal their profession from any friends or family that might see the ad. Otherwise, you'll be sifting through ads for hours. Look at the phone numbers of the ads. If yours is unique to the other hits, perhaps you still have a chance of an awesome escort experience. Expect some light screening (see escort dictionary), it's standard practice for even a slightly experienced escort. Once they arrive, stop, don't answer the door yet, and look out the damn window or peephole. Does it look like the type of girl in the ad? If it does, screw it, close enough, and still along the lines of your obvious type. Is there some random guy standing next to her? If so, don't open it. I'm assuming you'd be asking on the phone if she would be coming alone, or not. If you weren't expecting some guy (Usually the driver. See escort phrase dictionary) then just don't open the door, boom, can't get ripped off. If you do let her in, expect her to ask for at least half the fee upfront, and the rest at the end. That is standard. No one wants their time wasted. Put away all your valuable items! This is critical. Laptops, every damn thing!
Q: What is it like working for an escort company?
A: You usually apply online or through text. They'll ask for photos. Never send any nude photos! If they're claiming to only offer you legal escort client leads, then why would they need to know what you look like naked? They wouldn't, that's why. Advertising for exotic dances may be a different story, but you would have to be ok with nude dances. Before you send the photos verify if they have an office. You're trying to make sure that you aren't going to be asked to meet behind a 711 all the way at the end of the conversation. If you like what they have to say and they give you their address, ask them if it's ok for you to bring your boyfriend or sister. It's a good way to test and see if they try and come up with some excuse as to why you should come alone. A reputable company will allow you to bring someone along for your own comfort. If you go alone and they ask you to strip, leave. They obviously have bad intentions. When working with a company you will usually be assigned a driver, unless you're bringing on your own (In which case you would get a higher commission because now no driver commission or gas is being subtracted from the client fee). The driver will pick you up at the time your shift begins that day. You and your driver will then head to a centrally located area and await client leads from the company. The idea would be for you to go from one call to the next throughout your shift. That's where the real money is. At the end of the shift, you and your driver would usually head back to the company and pay them for any leads that were collected by you successfully. Escorts will usually only share tips with the driver if they decide to, not with the company. Standard driver tips are usually 10-20% and are completely up to you. Drivers that obviously have your best interest in mind, perhaps tip them. If a driver just goes to sleep in the car while you're earning the tip and made no effort to actually keep you safe, then perhaps don't tip them.
Q: What's the difference between incall and outcall escorts?
A: Click the escort terms dictionary link above.
Q: Can you help me find an escort company in my area?
A: Escort hiring ads can be found on TruEscorts under the Adult Jobs category.
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