the point is they just want to pay the minimum but expecting the maximum
and if they don't get it they start writing things that are not true(bad) just
to get back to the provider
Posted By: Bigdog16 I think reviews are a great source of information so I am against restricting information. I don't think I've ever seen someone for a quickie. But I have seen lots who offer half hour rates. And it is not a question of affordability. If I am skeptical about someone, I may book 30 minutes, see what it is like and, if worth it, go back for an hour.
Reviews are so subjective. When reading reviews of a quickie, I would want to know certain things - for example cleanliness, attitude, looks and photo realities are all things I would want to know about whether it is 15 minutes, 30 minutes or an hour.