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Also check the reviews on the girls.
Ilovemyjob 688 reads
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Same supposed "guys", but actually an agency posting reviews for the girls. Every girl should have their own number. You can forward your calls to your assistant. BTW if the girl on the phone says its the girl on the ad, not true. She could be just the girl answering phones, speaking of a known one for an agency.......whoops.

bphunter987 reads

If you see this, do you think:

a. Agency
b. Both use the same booker (and are too cheap to have their own number)
c. They're working roomates?

d. Something else I haven't thought of?

oh, they're on this board and I didn't find them on BP

I have seen ladies sharing a google phone number and this may the situation here.
After I visited with one of the girls a few times and realized that there was multiple girls using the same phone number I was very curious and inquired how does this work? I then learned that the number runs through google and that multiple folks have access to text messages and I do not know how they route the calls. Once I learned this I discontinued visiting with the gal as I was uncomfortable with the communication arrangement. At least with an agency there is a storefront as to who has your information. Anyone who knows the inner workings of how google phone works please enlighten the rest of us here.


...they both use the same assistant?

xoxo
Caylee

bphunter741 reads

Posted By: ThisIsCaylee

...they both use the same assistant?

xoxo
Caylee
That is a possibility Caylee but guys have tiny dinosaur brains and two girls + one number = agency
I know an assistant (who also escorts) and she has seperate lines for each girl.

Otherwise, we expect to see the well known "Call 678-xxx-xxxx" and ask for insert-name-here"

Ilovemyjob689 reads

Same supposed "guys", but actually an agency posting reviews for the girls. Every girl should have their own number. You can forward your calls to your assistant. BTW if the girl on the phone says its the girl on the ad, not true. She could be just the girl answering phones, speaking of a known one for an agency.......whoops.

Google voice only allows you to route to 1 number at a time, they may be sharing a phone and google voice number in front of it allows them to have a separate "business number" from their personal number, litmus test would be when they call you back, is the number the same as you dialed or a different one?

What you wrote is partially correct. As a Google Voice (GV) user, please allow me to clarify some of what it can do.

I use a Google Voice number as my personal phone number because I can set it up so calls to my GV number cause both my cell and home phone to ring; I can setup a schedule for when each phone rings or doesn't ring; I can remove a phone from those that ring, or add one or more, at any time; voicemails can be automatically transcribed and emailed to me; it includes unlimited texting, that can be used from the web, an email account, or a mobile app; I can setup different voicemail greetings for different callers; I can have calls from certain groups go straight to voicemail, without the phone ever ringing; I can set GV to "do not disturb" for a period of time, so the phone(s) stay quiet for a while; and more. It's possible to make outgoing calls that show my GV as the caller ID, and this is actually very easy from an Android phone.

I can see how a few ladies might setup an informal agency by sharing a GV number, and I think for an individual lady using GV can make it easier to manager her business calls.

As for Google having the phone call info, well, all phone carriers retain call records. If you don't trust Google, then it's probably a good idea to avoid calling ladies who use GV. Otherwise, if you call a lady from a hobby phone, her using GV or not shouldn't make any difference.

I schedule appointments for another lady as she also works during the day.  She is super choosy in whom she sees so there is no need really for her to have her own number.

AF

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