Thinking of working as a social escort in Singapore? Great! Here is some advice for you if you are looking for a legitimate escort job in Singapore to earn your income from legally!
Are they legally registered?
Simply check their business registration number against bizfile.gov.sg. A legitimate agency will have their business registered.
Are they operating?
There are actually lots of expired classified ads belonging to defunct agencies. Some may also not be hiring anymore. Simply contact them to find out.
Can you find instances of them being mentioned positively on the internet other than their own website(s)?
The purpose of doing this check is to make sure that they are an established agency. You do not want to work with a website which claims to provide you with lots of jobs and gigs, only to have them shut down or shutter business after a few weeks.
That is a complete waste of your time. Additionally, your income stream will disappear overnight, no matter how low or high it was, because they were busted, went bankrupt or simply decided to close shop.
Will they protect your privacy?
Many Singaporean girls are paranoid about their privacy, and this is perfectly normal. Singaporeans are generally conservative, and social escort work is sometimes seen as taboo! Therefore, you may not want your privacy leaked and want a legitimate company to protect you.
Ways to check
Here are some ways to check if the agency you intend to join will protect your privacy.
- Do not look at what they say. Most of them have a website. Check out their website. Do they protect their existing escorts’ privacy by censoring? Or are they showing the faces and all? Do not trust what a company says, trust what a company does.
- If they do not have a website, then you need to be extra wary. Clients pick social escorts visually most of the time. If they say they do not have a website, there are usually two possibilities. First of all, it could be that they have a website however wish to keep their own identity secret (mostly because they are an unregistered business) and wish minimal points of contact so do not tell you what they do on that website. Second of all, they really depend on sending photos purely through messaging (usually this means they are a relatively small business since you can’t really reach anyone nowadays without a website presence).
Are they publicly sharing their contact number?
While not guaranteed, there are lots of underground, illegal and unregistered businesses operating two different phone numbers – one to hire you, the other to contact clients, so as to reduce the chances of Singapore Police Force detecting their activities. That is usually a red flag if they do not list a number for you to contact, and/or if that number is different from whatever they list on their website! Look out for this as you do not want your income stream to be gone all of a sudden if you join an illegal business! Think long term.