Finally get a chance to see a lady I have been wanting to see for some time. I have been e-mailing her for a couple of weeks and finally finalized a meeting. However, she didn't ask for any of my information. I thought I fealt good about her because she has over 100 reviews (on the way to 200). Should I cancel because of this red flag? She is on of the most popular ladies in Minnesota and I am not going to use her name because I don't want any negative comments about her. However, I need some feedback because I am confused about this situation.
However she does it, she is clearly good at figuring out who is legit. If you are still that uncomfortable with the situation then it is OK to cancel but you should do that as soon as possible and not wait until the last minute.
it's probably not a problem. It is hard to understand how she verified you without you having any reviews it appears. Would seem like she at least would have asked for a reference or two from you. If you don't feel comfortable for whatever reason just cancel....but definitely give her some notice...
Lots of providers, even the seasoned ones, do not do background or reference checks. They are simply cautious with what and how they communicate with you. As long as you never discuss money or the specifics about services you really don't have much to worry about. Without knowing anything about who you are referring to, I am guessing she may be the type where no donation is ever discussed or presented when you meet and its simply left on a nightstand in an envelope when you leave.
Even prior to having review history, white lists, and P411 membership, at least 90% of the providers I have seen, many with pages of reviews, did not require references or work info.