I tip a minimum of $20 and as high as $ 50 depending of the service. As I said before if charged for Greek I don't tip.
Who's the cheaopo that tips $10?
Who's the cheaopo that tips $10?
sentry11 said:Good information.
Personally, I tip almost every time, unless it just went very poorly, $20-40, but then I am only making the trip to GTA about once a month.
I have stopped asking "3" how much she tips, it just gets me "upset", so better off not knowing.
Lexusdriver said:"3" how much you tip?, sorry Sentry had to say it.
art of happiness said:Sp's generally go into character and follow a well rehearsed script. Tipping isn't going to expand their menu, so why bother?
getwhatuwant said:Tipping is definitely a nice gesture, I never expect it, but it's always nice to get one. Not because it's more dollars but it tells me that the gentleman thoroughly enjoyed his time with me and that I earned his kudos or praise. Everyone likes to be rewarded for a job well done. Verbal praise is wonderful in itself and very much appreciated, when there is a tip there is more evidence the words are genuine.
For an hour session I would say it's usually around $20, but it all depends on the many things that effect a session.
A repeat client is much more important to me than a tip. I view it as earning a regular and that is one of my goals to accomplish with every client I see. Having a repeat client is the best form of praise or really the best tip I could ask for.
Ditto.getwhatuwant said:A repeat client is much more important to me than a tip.
Gonnablow said:I'm curious to know if Demien tips?.
rileyroyal said:Well this is interesting a nice list of who not to book.
Jawbone said:I don't believe you will have to worry about having too many from this list calling you. I know I definitely will not be so please put me on your do not book list.
iceman_dci said:....oh riley.
Some of the members and even non-members, poon on a budget. The $200 or 250 they spend on a session may have taken them a while to save up, the idea of dropping more money/tip on to a girl may not be in the books. I poon on a budget, if there's room for a little extra, it'll be in the envelope. Some agenice purposely set odd numbers for rates, like $230...I'd love to see a client ask for change from 12 20's...
Riley, your comment is only setting you up for more kicks. I laud the members for holding back as much as they have. The "nice list of who not to book" goes both ways.
GDLLover said:Looking further into this idea;
1. Would you rather have a non-tipper that is a respectful gentleman or a tipper that is disrespectfull?
2. Would you rather have a one time client that tips or a client that repeats and doesn't tip?
3. Would you rather have a client that is always late or sometimes doesn't show but does tip well, or would you rather have a punctual client that doesn't tip?
In other words, its not always a good vs. bad client related by tip/no tip. There is often more to the story of what makes a good client
Rayden said:I very rarely tip and I am usually at the higher end of the YMMV scale. The rare times I have is because the session was at such a low price I felt bad considering I had recieved excellent service so I left a little extra.
Riley you really do know how to kill business, my God. My business is service oriented as well and I live on repeat business. If I ever said or wrote the things your write I would starve. Sorry, I am not trying to pick on you but you really do like stepping in the doo doo.