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Becoming an escort

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MrsThompshon · 11/05/2019 15:41

hello, obviously NC for this, I'm genuine though and so is my post. Firstly, I'm not looking for a sermon or to be advised against, so dont bother to reply if you are a moral police.
Following my divorce, I found myself in a bit of a financial mess. I have a full time job, I'm degree educated, the works. I just need to make few grand over the next couple months and there is no way I could do it by taking up a second job.
So if you are an escort/ sex worker here on mumsnet, please share some tips on how to start. I dont think I would want to go completely independent, can anyone just join an agency? I had a look at adultwork, but again, Im not sure where to start. any advice much appreciated.
not sure if it matters but I'm in London. Sexually liberated, late 30s, with a good (unpaid lol) sex life, so I wont have a problem to separate paid sex from my private life.

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moviesgirl · 13/05/2019 07:51

Not an escort or sex worker but have a couple of friends who do this and definitely not the moral police:-)
First off, you need to be honest with yourself over why you have money difficulties and NEED a few grand, if you have any issues with money becoming an escort won't fix them. Hopefully this is not you.
go to saafe.info and read several times.

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MrsThompshon · 13/05/2019 08:14

Hi, many thanks for the reply.
I have a full time, relatively well paid job which otherwise would be more than sufficient for me. I also have a consistent career over the years. Money problems following my divorce are due to my ex debts, some in my name but I wasn't aware of. Subsequently my credit score is rather poor, which eliminates my chances for any other sources. The reason for divorce was DV so I hope you get the picture. I will check SAAFE, many thanks. Are you friends happy with their work?

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John470322 · 13/05/2019 21:10

A few years ago (OK 30 years ago) I worked in a drop in place where prostitutes could come for a cup of coffee and a safe place to relax.
One of their problems was the number of clients who wanted more than sex, I mean who wanted to hurt the girl. Many ended up in hospital and the attitude of the police was if it was a punter and he was paying you got what he paid for.

My advice is be very careful and make sure you are safe if you do become an escort.

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Lakefront · 14/05/2019 06:46

Hi op, I'm an office manager in an escort agency. I'm not in the uk but i can give you an idea of how it works. You would caĺl the agency, have an interview, then a couple ot orientations and decide if you want to take calls. You would give us a schedule and we would take phone enquiries for you, check if you want to take it and confirm the bking. We have a cenrral office location for our service providers to work in. Think long and hard about doing it. You can fast become burnt out.

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moviesgirl · 15/05/2019 07:54

Hi MrsT, my friends are happy with their work but don't work for an agency they are independent. One started with an agency first.

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MarieG10 · 16/05/2019 13:48

There is a contributor on here named...Notthefordtype who is a sex worker/escort but works alone who may be able to advise you

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Divebar · 27/05/2019 22:48

30 years ago the attitude of the police was very different to today - I would just like to point that out. I’m wondering about your age? I tend to think of escorts as younger than late 30s.... however I imagine there’s a market for everything.

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Shouldershrugger · 29/05/2019 20:37

Op, I've just come across your post. I work in the office of an escort agency in London. If you still need any advice, then please feel free to get on touch.

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