I hate when I get a call and the guy says money is not a concern for me..... that bugs me! money is a concern for all of us....it makes my BS meter go off ......so he wants 12 hrs.... yeah right.... and money does not matter PLEASE its the quickest way to put me on guard and to not want to meet you ...even IF you do have it to spend show some class as there are many of us out there where money does matter.....sorry for the rant just rubbed me the wrong way with times being hard for almost everyone these days.....
Of course I don't have any guys calling me and telling me that. And THAT will not happen. lol But I can understand why you got pissed. Sounds like the guy either has way more money than he needs or is trying to impress you with BS. Probably good that your meter went off. But maybe he doesn't care bout the cost once he seen your pics and read the reviews. Hell, if I wasn't on a budget it wouldn't be a concern to me either but I wouldn't brag about it. I don't think I would. Never been that well off that money was plentiful.
"Not a clock watcher" "It is all about you" "Be on time" (buzz kill) "My pictures are current"
Guys to girls
"For a discount I will write a great review" "You are my ATF" "I can't wait to do this again" "You are so special"
Key is, we know when it is BS and when it is real. Go with your gut.
If it is an out of town gig and you never met, forget it. If he is in town, let him buy you coffee and read him then. I don't think any sane hobbiest would book a 12 hour date without having spent an hour in someones company.
Guys who talk about giving you a large sum of money without ever having met you are much more likely doing so because they have no intentions of actually paying it.
The fact that he feels the need to reassure you that he CAN pay is what makes you wonder if he intends to at all.
If a guy does intend to book for a long or extended session, he does so and never talks about the cost in any way... just the time.
So, my question is, "Why are you trying to tempt me?"
That's enough alone to make me turn down the offer.
I once did that, and the guy said, "But don't you want the money?" No, Mr. Police officer or Jacka** that thinks a woman will do just anything for the right price, or college kids trying to play a joke on me.
Usually a person making that "money is no issue" approach is lacking self confidence and hopes money will make up for lack of ..... whatever. The other motivator is the person is hoping that excess money will make you want to jump thru the phone and be all over him with extra special VIP attention. Either way its an insult and presumes all the wrong things