Making money for dating
When you meet the client must pay the full amount in cash discreetly on arrival.
First you discuss the details of the date with the client and agree on a price if it is not the same as your displayed price.
and someone to sleep Unfortunately, no matter how strange or creepy a man was, I had to respond, or I was fired.
It was overwhelming – and at this point, things began feeling very, very… I’d receive messages from older, married men who alluded to paying me for my companionship.
One in particular that sticks out in my memory was a very persistent 56 year old married doctor who looked like Santa Claus.
The job seemed simple enough: I was to make a profile on their site and “make new members feel welcome” … I poked around on the site to make sure it wasn’t anything sleazy and confirmed that it was just a basic, normal dating site – not unlike OKCupid or
I was offered flat pay of 0 per week – not bad for a side gig I was doing while at work. In other words, men would register for the free account, see they’d received a message from a cute 20 year old girl, curiosity would get the best of them, and they’d pay for membership. A brilliant growth move on their part – but ultimately, just kind of awful and morally questionable.
If you’re a female who’s ever used OKCupid and the like for any amount of time, you’ve probably received your fair share of absolutely creepy messages. At the time, I was temping at a small mortgage company by O’Hare, covering for a woman who was out on maternity leave. Back then, “community management” was limited to moderating comments, posting messages and basically making sure people weren’t going batshit crazy on message boards.