Do We Have To Use Our Names?
I've never done outcalls in Mtl before but since everyone here says it's the best option in town, I will plan to try some when I'm going to be in between houses later in July. So I thought that I would check myself into a downtown hotel and try out those outcalls that the rest of you seem to be enjoying.
One question I have regarding the outcalls for Mtl, is do the agencies require me to reveal my real name (if they were to call me through the hotel switchboard)? Or can I just give them a hotel name and room number?
I heard that in other cities, the girls actually require to see an airline ticket or something to make sure that you are not a cop. Is this done here?
Exotic, Prostitution is legal in Canada so, there's not much chance a girl will end-up with a cop posing as a customer in his own hotel room. Cops don't do these kind of sting here so, no ID required.
For the hotel, at most places the lady can go to your room directly. If not, you meet her in the lobby if you like, or on the lowest non-secure floor. I had agencies calling me at my room and they didn't know my name. Room number is enough.
Hotels know what's going on and most turn a blind eye to it because, 1- nothing illegal is done and 2- complaining would not be good for their business. Only if you get a very vocal lady you might get a knock on the door by hotel staff! Or if you start your own incall!
I once asked the front desk girl at my usual hotel how to proceed with visitors after 23:00 when front door is locked and, her answer was "don't worry about that!" with a big wink...
Last edited by metoo4; 06-03-2007 at 08:26 PM.
I think that it depends on the hotel. A lot of hotels will not transfer a call if the person doesn't have a name associated to the room number. This is good and bad. Obviously having some hotel staff transfer a call from some weirdo to your room after hours when you are sleeping is what they are trying to avoid. It happened to me once where the hotel that I was in wouldn't transfer a call to my room phone from a SP that I was expecting. The SP then called me on my cellphone and I told her that I was in the room. However, she wanted to verify that I was actually in the hotel before driving/visiting and not someone playing games by having her show up someplace where no one was waiting for her.
Originally Posted by metoo4
I agree with you on that. Most hotels don't say anything unless the person showing up doesn't look like she should be there if you know what I mean. The hotels obviously don't want to make their other guests uncomfortable by the type of people visiting. Imagine a SP going to a regular hotel (not a motel) where travellers also check into, where the SP is wearing stilletto high heeled boots, a short miniskirt, and a skin tight top that shows her cleavage and you'll know what I mean. If the same SP goes to the same hotel wearing a regular dress or regular clothes and acts like she "belongs" there, goes directly into the elevator, no one will think anything.
Originally Posted by metoo4
Last edited by jacep; 06-10-2007 at 04:55 PM.
jimace, to be quite honest, The hotel I usually stay at have a phone number for guest to recieve calls and that's the number I give to agencies, but I never tried it myself. Could even be an answering machine! You're right, some hotel with an operator might ask a name.
And with the "look" of the lady, you're right again. Even daytime, some hotels are picky on who's "supposed" to be there and will flag somebody who stand out pretty fast!