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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Emails and Responses on the Escort Business

If you have emailed me with questions or to make statements and I have not answered, there are numerous possible reasons. Sometimes people email with a flood of questions and statements and to respond is just not possible as it is all overwhelming. I do appreciate those that read Blueprint For an Escort Service and want to open an escort service, but I am also a firm believer that the escort business is not for everyone.

I am also in poor health and have other situations to deal with in my life. Usually the back and forth exchanges that go on and on are the problem. No matter how I answer questions, some people have only more questions. My BS meter shoots sky-high on this stuff and I simply do not have time for it.

The fact is that if you have read the book, researched as advised in the book, and read it a second time to take notes, you would know that your questions are answered in the book. You do not need me to tell you this fact.

The book is a guide to assist you with your own specific research relevant to your chosen area of operation and the type of escort or entertainment business that you want to own. The book is also informative as to many situations you will encounter and offers the benefit of my experience. There is never a one-size-fits-all as all escort services are not the same. I won't be able to operate your business for you.


A list of possible reasons that your email(s) did not receive a response:


1. You have made one or more statements in your email(s) that would be legally compromising to me if I responded without correcting you. Most likely, I do not have the time to correct you.

2. Your questions are answered in the book and you really need to reread it and take notes, if you're serious about this project. If you are not serious, then why are you bothering me?

3. You are making so many statements and asking so many questions that responding requires an essay or even multiple essays. You are over-thinking the entire situation. Opening and operating an escort business is not rocket science.

4. You give me so much praise and love that it is not believable. Not sure what made you think I fell off a turnip truck somewhere in Idaho. I did not - I can assure you of that fact.

5. Sounds like you want me to do all of your local research for you. Not happening - unless you'd like to pay me by the hour. My rates are on the Consultant Services page of my website.

6. You seem to want an ongoing chat in email. Sorry, but I do not have the time for this sort of thing in my life.

7. Your questions should be directed to an attorney. I am not an attorney and have no desire to be one.

8. Your email(s) sound like you are writing a book.

9. You sound like you work for the government.

10. You sound like you have no clue how to run any sort of business and expect others to do it all for you.

11. You inform me that you want to open an escort business, but you have no money. You want to know what you can do to make it work. Hell, I suffered for an entire year to save the money to get the business opened correctly - and I had a 9 to 5 job! If you want it, you'll get the money. And back then the only real form of advertisements were the Yellow Pages, which were not cheap.

There are other potential issues. I usually respond to emails; however, I can't even imagine why anyone would think I should answer their 20 questions when it is clear that they have not read the book. I do NOT repeat my books in emails.

So, if you are truly interested in making your project work, put your time and effort into it and do your necessary research. Cutting corners is not the answer. As stated in the book, the escort business is not for everyone, especially if this is not something you can handle.


Best in all of your entrepreneurial pursuits!

2 comments:

Sara Preston said...

This is so on point. I agree on some statements here. People are such stupid asking some redundant questions.

Vicky Gallas said...

@Sara,

Well, not that I think anyone is stupid. The escort business taught me to be wary of words used to entrap. People forget (or maybe simply don't bother to read) that I was charged in a conspiracy case in which the State of Florida claimed I had a partner and tried to hold me accountable for everything the idiot did with his own business. When the state realized that I really intended to take it to trial, they had their so-called witnesses change their testimony. Example:

Escorts that worked for the idiot had made statements that they did not know me, I had never sent them to a call etc... When a couple of those escorts were called to the stand in my trial, their testimony changed to all sorts of crazy crap, like they'd spoke to me 20+ times, I begged them to work for me, I explained how sex was required on calls etc... they were caught in their lies on the stand, but that didn't make me whole again - none were charged with perjury and no one admitted to their lies; they were simply caught and it was clear to the jury.

Words are powerful. I am a slow person in general and I listen to every word spoken to me or written to me. I take my time in everything I do - no matter who is in a f'ing hurry. No one rushes me into anything.

I also am all too aware of how the US criminal justice system works with its many, many informants. Informants use words... and yeah, some of the crap stated to me in emails comes from either 1) total idiots; or 2) informants - and I will bet on the latter, but I'm not dumb enough to fall for it. My books should have told them that much even if my background didn't.