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There is no set price. Just like other service industries, such as hairdressers, there is a wide variation in pricing. The cost depends on who you see, what service/s you want, where you see them and how much time you spend with a sex worker.
When booking an appointment, make clear what service/s you want and ask if there’s a different price scale for each different service.
Payment is generally made at the beginning of the service/session. If you require a receipt please inform the sex worker or receptionist during the initial contact to ensure that they can do so.
When you want a sex worker to come to see you at your house or hotel room it is usually expected that you pay for their cab fare to and from their usual place of work. The cab fare is not included in the price of the sexual service.
Parlours, escort agencies and brothels have fixed prices for services that are not negotiable, however some private workers might be flexible as they work for themselves and decide independently on their services and prices. You can discuss your financial position with the sex worker when you are arranging an appointment with them.
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Our website is dedicated to the memory of Bill Rigney, who was inspirational and instrumental in the development of this website.