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Contacting a Provider

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Contacting a provider for the first time may be nerve wracking but it doesn’t have to be! 

➜ Preferred Contact

Many providers have a preferred method of contact, usually via phone, text, or email. Read her ad to find out the best way to contact her. 

➜ Business Hours

Be mindful of the time before reaching out to a provider via phone/text. 


A majority of providers work during normal business hours, and contacting them in the middle of the night is not recommended. 

➜ Introduction

The first time you contact a provider, make sure to send an introduction message. 


Avoid a long exchange of text messages (“hi,” “how are you,” “available?” etc.)


A proper introduction will have information such as your name, and the time, date, and appointment length you are seeking. Also include provider references or a link to your verified reviews.

Pro Tips

Introduction Sample

“Hello, Jane! My name is John. I saw your ad on Slixa and would love to meet you. I’m hoping to meet on May 10 at 5pm for an hour incall session. I have 2 provider references and am verified on P411. Please let me know when you’re able to discuss. Thank you!”

Negotiating

Negotiating a provider’s rates is never ok. Make sure to contact providers that you can afford. If her donation rate is too high, save up to see her. Asking her to lower her rates for you is a quick way to get blocked