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Booking a social escort in Singapore and beyond! (Part 2)

So you’re a first time client, planning to book a social escort in Singapore (and beyond) for the first time. Perhaps you’re tired of conventional dating (I know I am!), or you want to experience something different, but now you’re stumped. What do you do now?

Think with your head. No, the other one. The big one.

One thing I will never understand when clients get scammed, is that they tell me “I just picked a profile that looked nice but she didn’t look anything like her photos!”. While I cannot say that this is entirely their fault, I am perplexed as to why they didn’t stop to think “Hold on, I’m going to share a very intimate time with this person, shouldn’t I be taking this more seriously?”

It’s time to change that mindset! Always establish quality and effort over quantity and convenience. It saves you a lot of time, money, and energy. Take a little bit more time to evaluate if the profile that catches your eye is truly what they advertise themselves to be.

Social escort in singapore

Start your research

It can be as simple as Googling “{your-location}+escort”, “{your-location}+escort+directory}, or “independent+{your-location}+escort}” and see what comes up. I’m biased, but independent escorts are a more ethical choice for consumers as they are more often than not choosing to do sex work, like myself 🙂 See who comes up, and carry on from there.

So now that you’ve found someone whose profile catches your eye, the next step is to establish legitimacy. There is a sea of fake ads, sketchy profiles, and scammers out there, so as a client you need to be more conscientious of your decision-making.

I always found it a shame when clients have a bad experience and then proceed to project that jadedness and skepticism onto the next worker they book (who turns out to be completely fine but now has to deal with that emotional baggage). Research is what will save you that headache.

As a companion, the sea of fake ads is a double-edged sword. Gone are the days when one could just get by with one ad and a few photos, now I have to manage a whole bunch of avenues just to prove my legitimacy. As tiring as it can be, I would rather be exhausted with the labour of advertising than having people doubt my brand.

How do one check for legitimacy? This is a non-exhaustive list, but these are the ones that I have, at least.

  • Multiple ads across multiple platforms/directories
  • Website
  • Blog
  • Social Media presence (Twitter, Instagram)

A well-curated internet presence is a great indicator, as it shows an investment of time, money, and care, something that most people looking to get a quick buck out of you are not going to bother with. As a popular escort in Singapore, I like peppering my site and social media with little quirky things about myself, it’s like an Easter Egg hunt for clients as they get to know me better. Most questions that you probably have are already found on my website.

Red flags on ads/websites:

  • Scant information
  • Nice pictures + abnormally low rates (you can always reverse search an image to double check where it shows up)

It is always in the best interest of both parties that screening occurs. As specified in my etiquette page, screening is just as much an assurance for the client as it is for me. It’s how I’ve avoided meeting people that I know in real life, people who could endanger me, and many other dangerous/awkward encounters.

I always find it amusing when people ask if I’ve seen someone I know in my personal life, what do you think screening is for? My parents are well-connected and so am I, all the more I have to make sure I don’t see anyone within my circles.

Aside from that sort of awkward encounter, I refuse to see anyone who isn’t willing to share their personal information, whether that be a lack of trust, or fear, or any other reason. Stigma against sex workers means that my legal protection is limited. As much as I would like to take people at their word, it’s not the smartest thing to do. After all, if I’m falling into the demographic that are prime targets for serial killers, I have a lot more to safeguard myself against.

I can guarantee I’m much more appealing when alive.

In my experience, clients who refuse to screen and send deposits have often been the most problematic in all other aspects. I don’t wish to convince or cajole anyone to stick to my requirements. Just do it or don’t, no one is forcing anyone to see me.

As a client, it is in your best interest to see people who do screen. A little inconvenience is justified if the reward is big, the reward being a safe, meaningful encounter. You should invest in a connection that is worth your energy, time, and money. Investing without research is just gambling, and you lose more than you win. Would you feel like you could trust someone who just blindly saw anyone? Probably not.

But how will I know I won’t be outed as a client? What if I get blackmailed?

A legitimate professional escort will have zero interest in compromising any client’s information unless it is to seek recourse for injustice, often in violent forms. Examples are shorting a worker’s payment, sexual assault, physical assault, and doxxing, to name a few. Otherwise, it is against their business and personal interests to be indiscreet. This would sour existing client bases and also garner a lot of unwanted attention.

I don’t ever pry into anyone’s personal life and relationships, and frankly, I don’t care how your private person runs counter to your public one as long as I am being treated with respect and adoration. Similarly, I have refused bookings from people who have compromised my discretion too.

It goes back to research. When researching a particular profile, do they seem consistent? Are their pictures and styling consistent? Do they look heavily edited? What about the profile text itself? Does it sound like it was written by the person that they claim to be?

Establishing chemistry

My favourite part! READ everything that’s available and presented. Website and social media profiles are your best bet. If a lot resonates with you in any way, you’ll know that you’re making the right choice. My website is, um, verbose, for that reason. I want my words to be my filters. My favourite people are those who’ve enjoyed reading my website because they’re drawn to what I put out as it’s an extension of my personality.

Asking about specific services/experiences

It’s fine to be specific about what you enjoy and what you are looking for, however depending on your legal climate, refraining from being explicit is always appreciated. I understand how frustrating it can be if you’re after something really specific but you show up and it doesn’t get fulfilled, just be polite 🙂 If you ask something and they’re unable to provide it for whatever reason, do not push them for it be it through bribes or pleading, it’s just poor form and indicative of potential boundary-pushing for in-person dates.

Deposits (the tricky bit!)

This is the part where I can only speak for myself. I have to take deposits because I can’t afford not to. I need to be sure that you’re sure about meeting me, so that I can make the necessary adjustments to my schedule. It’s ok to have that fear of getting “scammed” when sending deposits, this is a healthy level of skepticism to have. Unfortunately, there have been cases of dishonourable people stealing deposits, which is a sad reality.

Research is key – How reputable is the companion you’re interested in? How professional do they come across? Would there be a significant effect on their brand if they were outed as a scammer? What is the deposit amount being requested? Most reputable companions would not want to jeopardise their brand for a quick few hundred bucks. Personally, stealing deposits make no sense to me as I would rather show up and collect the rest of my fee on a frequent basis.

I have an extremely established brand as a dinner date companion and independent social escort in Singapore and beyond, and it’s common for some people to send me the full amount before even meeting. I don’t take that level of trust lightly.

Reaching out!

A well-written introduction goes such a long way. You cannot believe the smile on my face when I get such an introduction, I start getting excited for our date even before it is arranged!

Gifts

I love receiving gifts. I truly do. A dear client gave me an iPhone, I use it every day, and I feel so happy each time I use it because I’ve attached the wonderful time spent together to the gift. It’s a sure fire way to stay in my memory forever. Note that this doesn’t mean I like anyone less if they don’t have a gift, not in the least. If you’re so inclined to get your provider a little something, most of us have a wish list up! I even list out general trinkets and little things that I enjoy.

Lingerie for me to wear, for you to adore, before slowly stripping off me.
I absolutely love tea, and my mornings are incomplete without a cup of tea.
Add to my whisky collection!

The actual date

If you’ve done all the above, the chances of you being disappointed or not having your expectations met are really low, and if you’re meeting me, probably not that possible(shameless plug – but there’s also a reason why I have had a 100% positive review rate throughout 5 years) 😉 Time to sit back, and enjoy the fireworks. I encourage you to make it as romantic/cosy/comfy/interesting as you’d like, after all, it takes two hands to clap. This is a shared experience that’s only as unforgettable as you want it to be. If you’d like to go on a date with me, do reach out and ask for my list of date ideas. I genuinely enjoy playing concierge and will happily make arrangements if you want. Romantic dinners, fun activities, quirky unconventional stuff – the list is endless!

I hope this post has helped you. If you’d like to send a token of appreciation you can reach me via email or my twitter DMs! If you’d like to make a booking, please use my contact form or email me with all the required information.

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  1. the practice of taking someone else's work or ideas and passing them off as one's own.
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