Working For A Local Legitimate And Established Social Escort Agency

In my first post, I talked about how locals (both outsiders and insiders) think about the social escorts in Singapore. However, if you want to be a social escort then great news! This post is about sharing how you should find a Singapore stable, legitimate social escort agency to work for.

Why it is important to work for a legitimate, reputable escort agency

There are some reasons why you should work for established agencies like SG VIP Escorts. This is because anyone in Singapore can set up an agency, and some girls also set up their own websites. However, trust me, if you build it, they (customers) won’t come unless they see it. With the extremely high levels of competition online and offline in this industry due to the lucrative nature, most agencies close down before they even started. This is case for individuals trying to set up a website for themselves too as they may know how to escort but have 0 business skills.

Another reason you should work for an agency is also because if you are taking this as a part time venture, and you have a 9-6pm full time professional job, you simply cannot afford the luxury of time looking for customers daily. This means that you will unlikely make any money at all. Don’t let greediness cloud your mind. A good agency will provide you with steady customers and you won’t have to bother about the business aspects, and simply do go on dates and collect cash. How great is that?

How to find a legitimate social escort agency

Ok, now I shall provide you with some advice on how to find a legitimate social escort agency in Singapore. First of all, every agency in Singapore which is legitimate and registered with the local government has a UEN number. This is otherwise known as unique entity number. If you want to verify the authenticity of the company’s credentials, simply plug the UEN (they must have a valid one to be legitimate!) into ACRA’s website and you should then see their respective company’s name appear. If it appears, it means they’re registered and legitimate. Otherwise, they are not.

Next of all, what you want to note is that most people doing business in Singapore either organize their business as a sole proprietorship or a Pte. Ltd. company. Generally speaking, those who organize their companies as a Pte. Ltd. are generally more serious about the business and are in most cases more established than those simply registered as a sole proprietor. Therefore, if the company or agency you are looking at is a Pte. Ltd., it is generally safer to work with them.

Third of all, there will always be an interview process. This interview process should always be professional and a legitimate social escort agency in Singapore will simply ask you for your identity details, photos of yourself (for marketing purposes) as well as sign a contract with you for compensation and work. Some agencies may masquerade their prostitution business as a social escort business, so take note whenever an agency asks if you are willing to have sexual relationships with customers, because that is STRICTLY illegal under Singapore laws. Pimping is strictly against the laws in Singapore, and you and the agency may both get into trouble if you or the agency is found guilty. Therefore, read the contract before you sign. A legal social escort agency will only ask you to provide companionship services to their customers.