I have difficulty getting my head around the concept that escorts are allowed to advertise whatever they want and post any pictures that they feel like and we are not allowed to comment except through this forum, if the escort opts out of reviews. I cannot understand why reviews are not mandatory at least in relation to the profile/photos. We are usually fed the line that for 'legal' reasons escorts cannot be forced to allow reviews but I think that this is a load of bovine manure at least in so far as it might restrict reporting on false advertising. I cannot see that there could be any legal reason why E-I should be forced to advertise escorts who do not allow reporting on the truth of said advertisements.
I think that, at the very least, any escort, wishing to advertise on this website, should have to allow comments(if you do not like the 'review' word) on the accuracy of their photos and profiles
I see your point and agree with it.
But I think it's a simple truth that he who pays the piper calls the tune.
The punters are always going to be at the bottom of the priority list.
Have to agree with that. In an ideal world, no reviews allowed, no ad accepted but.......!
Originally Posted by Prickly
I don't think legally we could force escorts to accept reviews. But we could refuse to advertise them unless they allow reviews. However I wouldn't do that as I don't think it would be right.
I think you are seeing everything from the client's perspective here. I try to see things from both. I don't think it is fair to force any escort to take reviews. It's not just dodgy escorts who don't accept reviews. I know many escorts don't accept reviews because they've had problems with dodgy clients leaving them bad reviews to mess their business up or they are just trying to maintain more privacy than reviews allow for. Of course we are trying to stop the dodgy clients that ruin the reviews system by leaving fake reviews, but it is hard, in most cases we have no evidence either way as to who may be telling truth.
Essentially I think this business has to show the respect to escorts of giving them the power as to whether or not they want to be reviewed. Escorts that don't accept reviews already probably get less business because of that. I wouldn't be happy going the whole hog and making it impossible for them to advertise.
I think escorts should be able to decide whether or not to accept reviews and I think if client's stopped frequenting escorts who don't allow reviews, then it might assist them to re-assess their decision.
If they don't allow reviews, it seems the pics are always pretty much fake anyway.
Although there are a lot of fake pics anyway.
Not necessarily I have visited about 3, and 2 of those were actually the girl in the photos. But it is a lottery. I actually had my best experience with the girl that was not the girl in the pics. But I always try the line ďif you are not the girl in the photos Iím leavingĒ. Depending how they respond to this I make my judgement. Iíve been lucky 2 out of 3 so far.
Originally Posted by markob
Let's say you don't like blonde girls. Are you going to say: "I can't get my head around the fact that blonde girls are allowed to advertise on the site"?
No of course not. Why? Because other punters do want to see them. Well obviously other punters want to see these girls are well.
It's like they're playing the lottory, both the escorts and the clients that go to them. Pretend their picture says "lottory" over it. You're saying: "No, I want to see all the cards up front. They're shouldn't be allowed to play the lottory, how dare they. I'm potentially missing cards that I might otherwise have been able to see now".
You can try playing the lottory or you don't have to. It's possible some of it is agencies trying to offload poor-looking or performing girls, they still have to put some golden tickets in there or the lottory-playing punters wouldn't do it.
Last edited by nicegirlsarenice; 20-02-10 at 03:24.
Originally Posted by nicegirlsarenice
I don't see how you can compare a site where services are offered to the lottery, a gamble, pure chance. People use this site to see what's available that meets their needs looks and service wise within their budget. Not to be demeaning but that means it's like looking at the Argos website, or Curry's. Would you be happy if you ordered a 50" wide-screen HD Ready 3D telly on the Curry's website, were told to come pick it up and you found a 10" black and white portable waiting for you, but they still expected you to collect and pay the same price regardless?
This site boils down to a place to advertise a service for a price, if the service isn't what was advertised, it can be frustrating to find that you cannot voice your disappointment. If there weren't those out there that would deliberately post negative reviews to ruin the business of others, if every review could be trusted then it would be in the sites and honest girls interest to insist on reviews, but that's not the case. As clients we have a choice, to visit or ignore those that don't allow them. Nobody can tell you what to do, but you have a choice, mine is that if there are no reviews allowed, I won't go.
No verified photo's - be wary
Zero Reviews - be wary
No Reviews allowed - no visit
You make your own choice and if you ignore the signs, ultimately the site isn't responsible for how you spend your money, you are.