There are two ladies who look like they'd be worth a visit or two. One is Jade, the other Ginger. I googled the numbers and names, and while they were on some review websites, no reviews were available. They also both seemed to be in a dozen cities over the last month. Should I pursue, or take it as a bad omen? Oh, and if this is a given, sorry, I'm new.
This is not the only review site, just probably the largest. Look elsewhere, I can't name the other sites here, due to TER rules. If you can't find them anywhere, pass and move on. None of us will recommend anyone, especially a newbie, to see someone with no reviews. It just ain't smart. BTW, you didn't mention the results of your googles. Are either of them on any of the verification sites, like DateCheck, P411, or RS2K? That would help establish their legitimacy. Do they have websites? That would help too. Are they young, like 18-22? I didn't look at their ads before answering your post.
It's not a given that these two girls are bad news, but in my eye, unless you can get some more information on either of them, I'd say again, move on.
Doesn't make sense unless they are very close together... in which case she's centrally located & willing to travel to meet anyone who books. It just does not seem right. Do not forget that ladies can opt to not accept reviews. TER will not accept a profile unless reviews are agreed to.
There are good providers & scammers on every ad site. To find one there & then research fully is much more time consuming. The whole point of TER is to bring the data together. I shop the most recent reviews... read the profile especially if she delivered as promised, real pictures, follow the links to her ads (and hopefully pictures) then read the reviews. Yes, you need VIP. The mere presence of reviews does not prove if they are good or bad.
I'm not saying to never see someone you have spotted but you'll do better to circle back when you have more experience.
I sent a PM to Admin from one of the threads they "Closed" because it was there too. Wonder if the "Ignore" button has anything to do with it or the IT implementation of it. You know how those upgrades can be. There is always a gremlin in the works somewhere that decides to show up completely unexpected.
With Firefox, right click on an image and select Copy Image Location. Then, at http://images.google.com/ click on the camera and paste the image URL. In the results you'll either see the original photo and a bunch of others the Google says look similar, or you'll see a several to a bunch of the original photos pop up on other websites. Try it out.