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  1. #12114

    Incalls

    Quote Originally Posted by RodneyWrc8  [View Original Post]
    A question for all, when you go to a providers incall location at a modern hotel or suite how do you gain access to her room, since most rooms now have to be accessed from the lobby? Does the hotel clerk ask for I'd or any kind of personal info? You guys all know that the clerk has to be aware of what your business is when requesting a providers room number. Feedback please?
    Fam, I've been doing this a long time and have only done 1 outcall. I have NEVER had 1 issue with being stopped or questioned about being there. People come and go from hotels all the time. They have no idea what your business is. Walk in, give a smile if someone is at the front desk, speak if they speak and make your way to the elevators. Most elevators are not hard to find. If the girl is astute, she will tell you where the elevators are if they're hard to find.

    I have NEVER had a girl not give me the room number once I'm there. That's the typical 2-call system.

    The one thing I will add is I try not to leave the same way I entered. I usually take the elevators up and take the stairs down and exit a door different from the front door. It can look suspicious going up and coming back down 15/30/60 minutes later.

  2. #12113
    Quote Originally Posted by Ckbnc  [View Original Post]
    Look. Most of these places know what is going on. As long as there is no drama, no concerns. Walk in like you own the place, and know exactly where you going.
    Especially with how badly the hospitality / hotel industry has been crushed the last 12 months.

  3. #12112
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCTransplant  [View Original Post]
    Exactly the way I do it. They don't know if you have a room there or not. Act as you do and you know where you are going.
    Look. Most of these places know what is going on. As long as there is no drama, no concerns. Walk in like you own the place, and know exactly where you going.

  4. #12111
    Exactly the way I do it. They don't know if you have a room there or not. Act as you do and you know where you are going.

    Quote Originally Posted by WolfHunter96  [View Original Post]
    Make sure you have the room number, quickly scan for the elevator or stairs sign, so you don't look lost. If someone says hi, say hi back, otherwise don't talk to them. Avoid the maids, hopefully they arent near the room you are going to. Nothing worse than knocking on the door and waiting while they are right next to you.

  5. #12110

    Anyone tried kandi out of east charlotte?


  6. #12109

    Act like you own the place. And know where you're going

    Quote Originally Posted by WolfHunter96  [View Original Post]
    Make sure you have the room number, quickly scan for the elevator or stairs sign, so you don't look lost. If someone says hi, say hi back, otherwise don't talk to them. Avoid the maids, hopefully they arent near the room you are going to. Nothing worse than knocking on the door and waiting while they are right next to you.
    Spot on. The one thing I will add is that I always ask the girl where the elevator is because it's not always obvious from the lobby. It can be awkward if you have to wander around looking for it, which disproves the impression you're trying to make of knowing where you're going.

  7. #12108

    Act like you own the place

    Quote Originally Posted by Bouinage  [View Original Post]
    Rod,

    I just walk in like I have a room there, if there is a desk clerk present I normally say "hi", most are to busy doing their jobs, if the hotel says you need a mask to enter, then I wear one, no need to get called out. If its a nice hotel then they probably have rooms for conferences and the like and are use to people walking in and out, especially if there is a bar. If its a rundown hotel, then they are used to people walking in and out. So either way, its normal to them. For all they know you could have gotten a room while they weren't on duty. If its the first time meeting the girl and she hasnt given me the room number, OR I haven't been in that particular hotel before, then I don't go in until I get the number, this at least tells me what floor I need to be in. Wandering aimlessly around the halls of a random hotel is a good way to get called out. Always walk like you know where your going, if your not sure, ask one of the maintenance or cleaning peoples, I avoid talking to the desk clerk other than general pleasantries. If its really a concern to you, you can try one of the side doors, often time smokers leave these doors propped open and its an easy one to enter. Remember, if you look guilty then you are guilty!
    Make sure you have the room number, quickly scan for the elevator or stairs sign, so you don't look lost. If someone says hi, say hi back, otherwise don't talk to them. Avoid the maids, hopefully they arent near the room you are going to. Nothing worse than knocking on the door and waiting while they are right next to you.

  8. #12107
    Quote Originally Posted by RodneyWrc8  [View Original Post]
    A question for all, when you go to a providers incall location at a modern hotel or suite how do you gain access to her room, since most rooms now have to be accessed from the lobby? Does the hotel clerk ask for I'd or any kind of personal info? You guys all know that the clerk has to be aware of what your business is when requesting a providers room number. Feedback please?
    Rod,

    I just walk in like I have a room there, if there is a desk clerk present I normally say "hi", most are to busy doing their jobs, if the hotel says you need a mask to enter, then I wear one, no need to get called out. If its a nice hotel then they probably have rooms for conferences and the like and are use to people walking in and out, especially if there is a bar. If its a rundown hotel, then they are used to people walking in and out. So either way, its normal to them. For all they know you could have gotten a room while they weren't on duty. If its the first time meeting the girl and she hasnt given me the room number, OR I haven't been in that particular hotel before, then I don't go in until I get the number, this at least tells me what floor I need to be in. Wandering aimlessly around the halls of a random hotel is a good way to get called out. Always walk like you know where your going, if your not sure, ask one of the maintenance or cleaning peoples, I avoid talking to the desk clerk other than general pleasantries. If its really a concern to you, you can try one of the side doors, often time smokers leave these doors propped open and its an easy one to enter. Remember, if you look guilty then you are guilty!

  9. #12106
    I have the girl text me the room number when I get there and I go right up and walk right through the lobby if I have to. I had one clerk ask if they could help me one time as I was walking in and I said I was fine and kept on walking. It is not a big deal. Most of these ladies don't use their real names so I doubt it will be helpful most of the time to ask the front desk what room they are in. If the girl doesn't give me the room I can't go up.

    Quote Originally Posted by RodneyWrc8  [View Original Post]
    A question for all, when you go to a providers incall location at a modern hotel or suite how do you gain access to her room, since most rooms now have to be accessed from the lobby? Does the hotel clerk ask for I'd or any kind of personal info? You guys all know that the clerk has to be aware of what your business is when requesting a providers room number. Feedback please?

  10. #12105

    Hotel

    Quote Originally Posted by RodneyWrc8  [View Original Post]
    A question for all, when you go to a providers incall location at a modern hotel or suite how do you gain access to her room, since most rooms now have to be accessed from the lobby? Does the hotel clerk ask for I'd or any kind of personal info? You guys all know that the clerk has to be aware of what your business is when requesting a providers room number. Feedback please?
    Just walk past the desk like you know what you're doing, go to the elevator and select the floor you need, knock softly when you get the the correct room.

  11. #12104
    Quote Originally Posted by SleepyGrits  [View Original Post]
    Who is Stacy? Who is Skye? Unless you're referencing Indigo.

    I still have no idea who Stacy is LOL.
    Pretty sure he meatn Indigo Skye.

    Someone already point out who Stacy is.

  12. #12103

    Scam for sure

    Quote Originally Posted by TasteLike  [View Original Post]
    Recently, I have come across a slew of providers who ask me to fill out an online form so that they can "schedule" a time me. One of the things they ask for is my credit card info. They say they need to check me out & claim the card won't be charged (Reputationseeker or something similar).

    I call bull# at $ on that and refuse to provide. Have you ever heard of one of sites being legit?
    Agree with you. All scammer site to collect your CC info.

    They will ask for you CC info to validate your age. It's a BS.

  13. #12102

    Incalls

    A question for all, when you go to a providers incall location at a modern hotel or suite how do you gain access to her room, since most rooms now have to be accessed from the lobby? Does the hotel clerk ask for I'd or any kind of personal info? You guys all know that the clerk has to be aware of what your business is when requesting a providers room number. Feedback please?

  14. #12101

    Some advice would be helpful

    Ok your trying to contact the Asians (I believe they are over in hotels by the airport). So for example:

    https://charlotte.skipthegames.com/f...k/146410417596

    You sent a text and immediately get an auto text back listing the donation rates and the current hotel. So you want to make an appt. How? Who do you make it with? You try sending a second txt. Nothing. Then you call and leave a msg. Nothing. Is there a secret handshake or phone # to call? I can't image you just drive over and they will instantly recognize you as a "monger". Has anyone experienced this? If so, could you please tell me how you handle it.

  15. #12100
    Quote Originally Posted by Tmdtr  [View Original Post]
    1. Stacy.

    2. Becca.

    3. Jess.

    4. Skye.

    Based on experience. I have had multiple visits with all four. Would love to hook up with Samara. There really isn't a lot of the Girl Next Door Types to choose from.
    Definitely agree with Jess.

    Would only say Becca is the "girl next door" as in an episode of Criminal Minds or something. Like, the girl with the dude strapped to the bed in the basement. Girl's a freak. But I love it!

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