ALWAYS read the web site, and then read it again. The details on there are not just to fill in space, and there is probably no quicker way to piss off a lady than to ask her something that she has clearly stated on her site.
Make the first contact in the way she suggests (email or phone), but it’s always a good idea to talk to her on the phone anyway I think. If you are booking in advance you will then usually be asked to call back on the day to confirm.
The first contact is important, and remember, you will be only one of many calling the girl, of whom most may well not turn into “appointments”
This was posted recently by Lara Brooks and pretty much covers it all.
“My advice is read the lady’s website thoroughly [don’t just look at the pictures then contact her, we hate that] and see if it says how she prefers to be contacted, or if she only has her phone on a certain times/can only check emails occasionally etc. Then choose the method you’re most comfortable with. If you leave a phone message then tell her when it’s safe for her to call you back, any particular dates and times you have in mind, incall or outcall, and don’t forget to leave your name and number. Let her know it’s your first time so she can make allowances for any faux pas you may make.
“I have one reservation and that is about seeing someone who would really be a stranger to me. So I guess what I’m asking is, is it possible to get to know them before you meet up?”
OK, I’m going to be harsh here...this is the business of strangers meeting to have sex in exchange for money; if you want to get to know a lady before having sex with her get yourself a girlfriend, or make a booking, pay and just chat. Otherwise it really isn’t the done thing to bombard us with emails/phone calls/texts. Bloody irritating and in my experience the ones who do this prior to meeting rarely book, and set off timewaster alarm bells. Never forget we are running businesses not charities/phone counselling services for strangers, and although it’s nice to chat there are limits. Sorry, my bark is worse than my bite but I hope you get the idea.
Anyway, I’d suggest exchanging a couple of emails or calls and then go for it. You should hopefully get an idea of how personable we are by that time, and besides, often people are so much better in the flesh. Good luck.”