1. They want to know if you are a tough reviewer. If the highest you've ever given out is an 8 and she averages 9.5, you might not get the date 2. They want to know the type of women you are used to being with so they know how best to manage your expectations 3. They want to know what you are willing to spend for a roll in the hay. If all you see is $100 BP girls that offer 15 minute sessions then you might be cheap. 4. They also want to know about your attitude toward woman, size of your cock, whether you fuck for 59:59 or if you like to be romanced or just about any little detail you include in your reviews that will give them a better idea of who they are going to meet.
They filter the BS in the reviews the same way that the hobbiest filter the BS in reviews that we read. They try to read between the lines just like we do. Some do it more than others, but you can bet if she asks for your TER name she's going to be doing a little reading. With that said, if your money is green and you're not too much of an asshole either with your reviews or when communicating with her, it's likely you'll keep your sponsors.
Posted By: dkelly2236 Something I've been thinking about and would love to get some thoughts and feedback. I've seen a variety of girls in this hobby from total unknowns with no reviews all the way up to the rockstars who are at the top of this business. Do you think providers look at the reviews I've written or will write and make judgements about who I have been with?
I'm curious about this from 2 angles. Do the highest end providers look at reviews or whitelists / okays and make judgements if you have also seen or continue to see mid-tier (for lack of a better description) ladies? Conversely, do mid-tier ladies make judgements if they reference check you and you're giving them or seeing an "ok" by a top 10 provider in the world.
The latter is probably a positive for that provider since she's "dating up" (again for lack of a better way of saying it) but I could see once you've seen top providers then maybe now you're in that "club." Are you stuck in that club? Meaning, if I saw the #1 provider in the world, then hit a few backpage girls (amplifying this example for simplicity), would the #2 provider in the world that I would like to see next (or their assistant who is booking me) make judgements about that and not want to book me?
If I've worked up to racing F1 Ferraris then go down to NASCAR for a bit, can I still go back to racing F1 or will my sponsors drop me? lol...