To make a good impression please always ensure that you are contacting the provider in the way they request. If they offer email only, text only, or phone calls only please respect that. There’s nothing worse than having to plead with the client to use the method of contact requested only to have them insist they are doing it their way.

If they accepts text or phone calls, please do not contact her outside of her working hours. No one likes to be woken in the middle of the night because someone wants to try their luck instead of politely emailing her, or contacting her the next day instead.

When speaking please be respectful and use appropriate language. Do not use vulgar/graphic language or insist on services she does not provide. If they declines the service you asked for, simply move on to another option.

Most providers would like to know a little bit about their potential client. They may require a reference, or some more detailed information such as name, phone number, age, description, session expectations etc.

Rates are generally for her time spent with you as a companion and are non-negotiable. Asking for a discount is not only disrespectful, but signals to her that you may try to push her with other boundaries she is not comfortable with in a session.

Asking a provider what kind of companionship and services they offer is generally fine if done respectfully in Canada, in other countries this profession may be illegal and so it’s not advised to ask in that circumstance. Please don’t ask them for services they don’t provide, or try to negotiate their restrictions.

If the provider has an age restriction it is usually for a good reason, and best not to press the issue. You may inquire and see if they’d be open to an exception, but this is at her discretion.

Be straight and to the point when asking for an appointment, include your name, age, brief description of yourself, screening information they request, date, time and duration desired for an appointment and where you’d like to see the provider (their place or your place). Being to the point shows the provider you are serious and respectful. If you write long paragraphs about yourself but don’t include any booking details you’re less likely to get a positive response. Wait until you meet to start talking about yourself and your interests or profession. If there’s anything in particular the provider absolutely must know about you in advance, by all means include it. To the point inquiries are often preferred compared to long essays from clients a provider has never heard of before.

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Charlotte Edwards GFE Courtesan 

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Toronto Independent GFE Courtesan