All appointments are required to confirm with me via text 1 hour prior to our date.


Failure to confirm will void your appointment and you will be considered a no show.


No shows are not tolerated and you will be blacklisted.


I pride myself on punctuality. If you are more than 10 minutes late, I may cancel our appointment or shorten the length of our time together. Please inform me ASAP if you are going to be late, so I can adjust my schedule accordingly (if possible).


Cancellations made 48hrs-24hrs in advance are subject to 50% of the total fee.

Same day cancellations are subject to 100% of the total fee.

In the rare occasion that I have to cancel and you have made a deposit, the deposit will be returned to you in full.

Failure to pay the cancellation fee will result in you becoming blacklisted.



Consideration must be given at the beginning of our encounter. If you are paying via e-transfer, please send it ahead of time and you can provide me with the password when you arrive. If you send the e-transfer when you arrive for your appointment, we will wait however long it takes for it to be deposited into my account before any "fun" takes place.


I am a human, not a used car dealership. Bargaining is rude and offensive. I'm sure your mother raised you better than that. Bargain hunters will be immediately blacklisted.


I screen for my safety and comfort. I also screen for assurance that people who book appointments will actually show up. Rest assured that any screening information you provide me with is confidential. It has become a very common theme in this business to book appointments and either cancel last minute or fail to show up. Many clients seem to be perplexed by any sort of screening process. Clients who are sincerely interested in meeting with me understand that by using screening methods, I am ensuring my safety and prioritizing our time together.

Please note I do not always require screening and it is at my discretion.


  1. Provider references – you provide me with the name, number & website of another service provider you’ve seen recently who is comfortable giving you a reference.

  2. Deposit via E-Transfer at the time of booking.

  3. Deposit via e-gift card (not preferred).

  4. Active board handle with posting/review history with positive responses from service providers.


  1. Provider references – you provide me with the name, number & website of another service provider you’ve seen recently who is comfortable giving you a reference.

  2. Deposit via e-gift card (not preferred).

  3. LinkedIn - send the word “confirm” to my inbox.

  4. Employment verification – send me a photo of your business card where I can see the same phone number or email you are using for booking. Or you can contact me from your company email address that is googleable.

  5. Social media accounts with information about you and who you are – confirmation via Instagram DM or Facebook Message.


  • Use common sense – think with the big head.

  • Look for independent providers with their own websites and social media (Twitter or Instagram). There is a massive community of sex workers all over Twitter. Most reputable girls can be easily found and verified there.

  • Look for reviews. Most legit service providers will have some kind of reviews online. Look for posts made by people with active accounts. Don’t trust the reviews made by “pussylover69” who joined yesterday and has only made one post.

  • Reverse image search the pictures in the ad.

  • Ask for recommendations from service providers you are currently seeing – most of us are more than happy to recommend our friends to you!

  • “Party friendly” is typically code for someone who uses drugs.

  • “No/Low Restrictions” should be an automatic red flag.

  • Cheap service isn’t good and good service isn’t cheap. If someone is advertising an absurdly low price for every service under the sun, be prepared to get terrible service or get scammed.

  • Clients who show up and stay with service providers who are clearly use fake pictures are only perpetuating the use of fake pictures. Walk away and save yourself the headache.

  • Don't waste your time or your hard earned income, there are plenty of amazing, reputable service providers to choose from. Do your research and you will be fine.

  • The Golden Rule: If it looks too good to be true, it probably is.


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