People choose to go escorting for a large number of reasons.  Many enjoy the freedom it gives them to choose their own clients, hours and rates.  Unfortunately, there are many who simply do not understand escorting and therefore their actions can make things dangerous for escorts.  That's why knowing the right escort safety tips can really help.

 There are so many great tips you can find as an escort to make your professional life a little easier and a lot safer.  That's why we here at the Escorts barby blog have put together the best escort safety tips and security tips to help you know where you stand and what to do to keep yourself safe when  work

  Taking reservations  The best place to start when looking for escort safety tips is at the beginning, when you make a booking.  When you make a booking, it will usually be through phone contact with the customer.  It might just be a short conversation you have, but you can learn a lot about the customer through this short communication.  Wasting time is a big problem, and the customers who waste your time are usually the ones who don't bother to read your profile first and just call you right away.  If they ask you for things that aren't on your profile, they could be a waste of time or just pushing their luck and not respecting your boundaries.  This is a sign of not accepting the reservation.  If you feel at all uneasy when you receive a call from a client, listen to your gut.  Many escorts trust their instincts, and if a client seems to ring the bell for them, they will not accept the booking.

 Phone calls are the most popular type of booking for customers, and although it may seem the most convenient for you, you should make sure you don't give them your full address until they say they've arrived.  Keep the apartment, house or room secret until you can verify that they are alone and not acting in a way that makes you suspicious.  Then you can delete them to come to you.  It also means that new customers, or regular customers coming to a new location, won't know the exact number and will show up unannounced.  It's just another step to help keep you safe.

 As for the calls, many escorts will not make them unless it is with a regular client they trust, and even then they will take many steps to ensure their safety.  When they are first given the address, they will check to make sure it is a real address.  They can then do a little research in the area.  The actual address you were invited to may not exist because there is nothing but an empty parking lot.  Definitely not what you want! Are you going to a hotel?  You can actually check at the front desk if they've checked in not long before your date. If they haven't, that's a bit of a red flag for you and something you should be suspicious of.  You can also check the reputation of the hotel with other escorts, as some hotels are really not escort friendly.  I can tell you which, and if that's where you're heading, you might find yourself in a bit of trouble.

 Money money money

  Money might not seem like a topic you'd expect to be covered in escort safety tips, but many escorts will, at one point or another, have issues with clients and payments.  Most choose to take cash, but even this can be problematic.

  You should learn the difference between real money and fake money and have equipment on hand to help you check it.  Many stores have pens with a special ink that can help show if the notes are fake, and you can also test them by holding them up to the light.

  When you receive the money, make sure the customer has the correct change.  Insist on this before they show up because the last thing you want to do is fumble around with your money and change to sort through it.  You want to keep your money and private belongings hidden from the customer, just in case.  It may seem like one of the most obvious safety tips for escorts, but many tend to let their guard down a bit, especially around regular customers.

  While the customer is in the bathroom, you have the perfect opportunity to check the money.  Take it to a well-lit area, still close to the bathroom, and make sure everything is correct.  If it is not, you can point it out to the customer when they leave the bathroom.  Sometimes it really is just an honest mistake and they will apologize and try to make amends.  It's up to you if you go ahead with the booking then.  However, if they start arguing about how much they gave you or that the money is totally 100% real, it's best to get them out of the apartment as it may be a sign of things to come.  Politely explain that you prefer not to proceed with the reservation and show them the door. Someone to take care of you  Unfortunately, many countries have made it against the law for two or more escorts to work in the same building, as it is then classified as a brothel.  Whether you share an apartment or are on the same block with another escort you didn't even know about, you could get in a lot of trouble for it.  Sometimes it seems like people try to make it as difficult as possible for escorts to stay safe there, but there are still some ways you can have others on hand to make sure you're okay and everything will go to plan.  If a client starts to be difficult, you can let them know that you are not alone in the apartment.  The fact that it's not just you there and there is someone else in the building will hopefully calm them down and you can work on getting them out.  Safety in numbers. However, if you don't have that luxury, make sure you have someone you can reach out to.  Tell them what time your appointment is and keep them updated on when it should end.  When the client has arrived and is in the bathroom washing up for the meeting, let your friend know they are here.  When they leave, tell them.  If you don't, they may suspect that something has happened to you and come to see if you are safe and sound.

  Having this backup can really help you relax and unwind, which is what you want when spending time with a client.  You don't want to panic about your safety every moment, but if the client wants to extend the date, let your friend know.

  During the appointment itself

  The best thing you can do to stay safe during the meeting is to appear confident, assertive, and in control from the moment you arrive.  This is one of the most popular escort safety tips you will find.  This will help you stay in control later.  However, this does not mean that you have to appear aggressive.  You can still be polite and friendly while remaining in control, and being assertive and knowing what you're doing will probably make the customer feel more comfortable too.

  When you are at your place, you should know which rooms the customer can and cannot enter.  Make sure they are closed in some way and lead the client to the rooms they are allowed to enter.  The last thing you want is a customer walking around your private place.

  It's also great to make sure you know what the client is doing.  Keep an eye on them as they move around the room, keeping an eye out for anything suspicious.  If you notice something, then you have time to react and make it clear that this type of behavior is not acceptable.

 To handle if things go wrong

  As much as we would love for every meeting to go smoothly and without a hitch, sometimes it just isn't possible.  Things go wrong and things change a lot during bookings, and if your customer turns out to be a bad customer, you have to be able to handle it.  This section of our escort safety tips and security tips looks at just that.  It might be tempting to raise your voice and insult them, but often the best way to defuse a situation is to remain polite and pleasant, changing the conversation if it's one that seems to be really bothering them.  By remaining polite, you actually maintain control in that situation.

  Customers can sometimes say things that are out of order and often try to test you to see what they can get away with.  Make it clear that you will not put up with it, and if they continue the behavior, remove them.  Explain that this date isn't working for you and that you'd like them to leave.  Stay as polite as you can, even if they start to raise their voice, because then you're in control and show that they won't get under your skin the way they're hoping. This is where working with others is a great idea.  You have someone else you can check in with, but even if you don't, your client doesn't.  They won't want to risk that there might not be someone else in the apartment after all, so if you warn them that there's someone nearby ready to be called in an emergency, they'll be cautious and calmer at the prospect.  of being forced out of the apartment.

  If you find yourself in a situation where the customer is trying to force you to stay or make sure they don't get kicked out, you may need to sound the alarm.  If you have neighbors, yelling, screaming and hitting is a good way to do it.  Make noise to warn others that something is happening.  Your neighbors might call around to check what's going on, and this is the chance you need to get the client out of the apartment.

  As a last resort, it's also a great idea to learn self-defense.  Hopefully you'll never need to use it, but it's always good to have it just in case.  It will make you feel a lot more confident, but your goal should be to get the client or yourself out.

  Other great safety tips for escorts

  You might also be dealing with a good customer gone bad.  It's unfortunate and very upsetting when this happens, but hopefully these escort safety tips will help you stay one step ahead.  When this happens, don't treat them any differently than you would any other bad customer.  If they get special treatment, they might think they can get away with more.  Customers may also threaten to leave you a bad review if you don't give them what they want.  If they do, don't give in to them.  Put your foot down and report the client, as it is likely that they will then try this technique on other escorts.  They might also offer to give you a glowing review because they're a "valued customer in good standing" to help you out for a discount, but don't.  These are lowskate customers who simply want to pay less than advertised, which is disrespectful to you.

  Even if the client is paying you for your time and company, you don't owe them anything.  If they're disrespectful to you, rude, or just plain offensive and you don't want to be with them, tell them they're not okay and you'd like them to leave.  Make sure your rules and expectations are set from the start so they know what to expect from you and what you expect from them.

  When you've had a bad experience, it can be helpful to talk to others.  Talking to other escorts will help warn them of a bad client and reporting their behavior will help keep others safe.

  The best escort safety tips and security tips revolve around being assertive and in control, so anything you can do to maintain this before, during and after your date is well worth it.  Do you have any other safety tips you'd like to share?  Use to share your thoughts or simply write in the comment box below.

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