Yesterday I read some reviews I was impressed with on Jessie of Candy Shop. I called the agency to pre-book her for today. The time was for about 1:00. This morning I spoke to a friend here in Montreal and found out his availability is unexpectedly in conflict with the appointment time. So, I called Candy Shop to cancel, regrettably. I explained the situation and that it was unexpected. I said sorry (of course not a panacea, but just trying to be decent).
I was about to ask about the possibility of booking much later in Jessie's shift, though the timing and likelihood would be uncertain. What I got immediately was this ( not exact words in all cases, but every point is 100% ACCURATE): "do not pre-book with us again". Pre-booking is a privilege. It is offered to make it convenient for the girl (implying it's not for the client). I could easily have booked this time, and noiw she will come in saying "what the fuck!" No one should pre-book if they have any doubts at all. They should be 100% certain. The tone was annoyed and tersely lecturing. Since the agent (presumed to be Billy, not sure) was obviously much more interested in making his point, rather than allowing for any kind of further explanation from me I simply said, "okay thank you" and hung up.
Okay, I want to apologize to the agency again and most specifically to the agent I spoke to. Yes, I agree it is inconvenient to get a cancellation, and from a business perspective very inconvenient. SINCERE APOLOGIES ONCE MORE. I agree that no one should ever call to pre-book unless they are reasonably certain the appointment will be kept. However sir, there are no guarantees in life. Even the most honest person who is trying his/her best to make a sincere commitment can face unexpected complications. I fully understand the business perspective and probable/possible financial loss in this matter. Again, I apologize for that. However, I have to say I find your tone disturbing. In the immediacy of the moment I can understand it, but it is still disturbing. Then there is your point that pre-booking is for the convenience of the lady, implying it's not for the client, which is a bit more disturbing. Your agency is after all, a service for the client. Or isn't it???
If it was Billy I spoke to, then this episode regarding your tone damaged some good will between you and I. You made a greatly positive impression on me when you were with Angels helping me to see Jasmine, which culminated in one of my most incredible experiences ever, for which I wrote the longest and most glowing review ever that happened to be for your current lady (Jasmine), and also to praise your then extremely helpful attitude. I am disappointed that your tone in this most recent contact seemed so closed. No matter who I spoke to, despite the business bind my cancellation put you in, it's my view any angency that cannot be a little more understanding about the real possibilities and looks at anything as a 100% guarantee, no matter what situation, is making a mistake. I understand your annoyance, but your perturbed tone was a poor business choice in my view...and you did get almost 3 hours notice before the appointment time. Hopefully, any agency, agent, or person such as yourself (if it was Billy) who was extremely generous when the situation was very favorable and profitable can stay a little generous when the situation is as unfavorable. It's good business sense. IMHO your attitude, though partly understandable...was unwise!
To try to be helpful, Jessie was available early in her shift as of this posting as far as I know.