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Thread: Are Montreal's Escort Agencies struggling?

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    Are Montreal's Escort Agencies struggling?

    I have the feeling, reading the various agency ads here and elsewhere, that business is down significantly in the last several months.

    Anyone have the same feeling?

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    It always look this way, but i doubt it is. Thing is a couple years ago you had less agency, today you have more, so more choices for us, agencies always have to get better and better to stay competitive when previously when i started 1h late was more or less the norm and wasn't "bad" ... if you wanted to book from top agency, you had to deal with that. Not as much today. I just think business depends from one agency to another, but they pretty much all make enough $ to remain in business. Of course they will always want to recruit because more girls = more $ and they can always hire more drivers anyway.
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    Why would they?

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    In my opinion things are slow in the sex industry these days for both agencies and stripclubs in montreal and from what i understand it is also the same way in toronto but perhaps not quite as bad. When agencies makes posts that they are offering specials and so on but they are as busy as ever i just LOL, It is utter bullshit. The economy in mtl is hurting and not going to get better anytime soon. I have been going to mtl for a lot of years and it has never been easier to get strippers to come back to your room. They are there to make money and if they can't make what they need stripping many are open to takeout if you have the money to spend and you know how to talk to them, it is not even a challenge anymore to pick them up. Some stripclubs have dropped the prices of dances back down to $10 per dance. They haven't done this because they are nice guys they did it because business was dead.

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    again january to mars is probably the worst time of the year for this industry... In summer its a different thing... Just my hotel room, same room, i pay 70$ now, i pay 110$ in summer... 40$ MORE !!! thats a lot for the exact same thing, only because its summer time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Halloween Mike View Post
    again january to mars is probably the worst time of the year for this industry... In summer its a different thing... Just my hotel room, same room, i pay 70$ now, i pay 110$ in summer... 40$ MORE !!! thats a lot for the exact same thing, only because its summer time.
    Everybody knows it is slower in the winter months then it is in the summertime but my point is, it is much slower now in the winter months then it was 5 to 10 years ago for both agencies and stripclubs.

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    I agree sampson. I usually go the massage parlour route and its the same thing there. 2 or 3 places I went in the last month told me its much slower this year than the last few years.
    I took a girl at one of the places and she told me she had just been back from Toronto to do some escorting and it was extremely slow there also for her.

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    Well partially the fact this winter has been way colder than normal in Toronto, with more snow and an ice storm, probably has something to do with why things are slower this time around. Probably less of a factor in montreal. But a few weeks ago I went to a popular strip club in MTL on Fri night and the place was D E A D.

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    About 3 years ago I started going to Madona's in Drummondville and it was a good and very busy place to be, lot's of fun and the girls had a good time without pestering the customers to go in the booth. Now it is a lot slower with a new group of girls who are not making any money and as soon as possible they want booth action.... And yes Quebec's economy is in the crapper which does not help things. I met a SP who works across Canada and her rates are: Quebec $180 per/hr, Calgary & Edmonton $300 per/hr, Regina & Saskatoon $400 per/hr, Vancouver $250 per/hr
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    The whole economy is going through a flat period, and there is less work in many of the major traditional Industries. Engineering, Building Industries ( mainly due to weather) and Tourism are all down from previous years this has a knock on effect to all other Entertainment and punters don't have the money to spend. Bars are being hit sure there's lots of people in but they are not drinking as much. SPs will have less customers. Even the regulars will space out their visits. The paymaster rules apply, and Quebec being one of the highest taxed provinces gets hit harder than most.
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    Vancouver is cheaper than Saskatoon? How strange!

    Weather is a big factor...like today ,it is more attractive for me to stay home with my books that taking the bus in the cold ,if I don't have a date planned ahead I choose the former...

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    When you see agencies putting on specials, dropping prices, offering free swallow that always charged for this, or any reasonable offer accepted, or one girl heavily discounted for the day, this is not rocket science why they are doing this. The phone is no longer ringing the way it used to. It is as plain and as simple and as uncomplicated as this. If times were good and they were as busy as ever, they would be jacking the prices up and charging for any extra that they could get away with, that's the bottom line.

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    The economy in montreal is not only hurting...its in the toilet
    so everyone is hurting in all kinds of industries

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    February is one of the worst month.

    Is there a deeper downward trend ? I don't think so..
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    Quote Originally Posted by snoodle View Post
    The economy in montreal is not only hurting...its in the toilet
    so everyone is hurting in all kinds of industries
    True, but I think most customers of agencies that advertise on MERB are from out of town, many from the US.
    So the economy of Montreal itself shouldn't have that much of an impact.

    What prompted me to ask the question in the first place are how agressive many of the old established agencies have become recently in their advertising - something I have not seen in the last 30 years to the same degree.
    One would expect a drop in prices and/or maybe an exodus of SP's but that doesn't seem to be happening.

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