If she feels that he was a gentleman, she will indicate that.
This is called an “Okay.” If she felt that her safety was jeopardized by meeting with him, she will report him.
I do appreciate it when prospective clients provide this info, but a board handle alone is not enough to satisfy my screening requirements.
Save yourself some time and provide screening information (whichever applies to you) when you contact me.
I’ll talk to that provider, and I’ll ask her a few questions that will (hopefully) let me know I will be safe and comfortable in the client’s presence, and that we will be compatible.
As you may have realized, sites like P411 and Date-Check basically work on the idea of provider references, in that they allow me to contact providers who can vouch for you without you having to supply the contact information for those providers.
I do ask for references from clients (click here for a detailed explanation of how that works).The TER Whitelist (The Erotic Review – theeroticreview.com) is similar, but less extensive.If a member of TER meets with a provider who is also a member and he is very generous, gentlemanly, and respectful, and they have a very, very good time, she can “whitelist” him.For example, at the moment they have me listed as “retired.” Why?Because I had the gall to tell them that, if they were going require me to pay them for access to their site (a site whose main revenue comes from the traffic and paid subscriptions of clients who are searching for escorts), then they needed to pay me for access to my photos and content.
Sheep graze in the sunshine; potatoes and barley are grown here and trucked north to Denver.