Well, it’s almost springtime. I’m back in business and much more available for both days and evenings. Old friends, please get in touch, and *new friends please review this website fully before responding*.
Below are a few recent testimonials/thank you letters:
I had a great time as well! I will let you know the next time I am in town!
Please don’t forget your *********, *** ********* and *********! We’ll have a great time again, I’m sure!
You should know I enjoyed our unhurried visit and feel no need to stress about our next meeting!
Had a great time on Monday- very nice meeting you. I forgot to ask – do you want reviews posted or no?
Good morning, Ellie. Thanks for a wonderful evening….. hope to see you again soon.
Just wanted to let you know that you were perfect on my last visit. I am trying to figure out when we can get together again soon. I enjoyed the ******** very much.
“Please email me first, keep the questions to a minimum, and make it clear that you are a serious candidate. I am only looking to meet a small number of quality gentlemen. I do not entertain anonymous inquiries. At a minimum, your full name, professional references, an personal introduction, and a hotel reservation is generally required. One line emails and random calls are not answered.”
The above quotes come directly from my Eros ad and this website. However, only about 1 on 5 men who contact me seem to take them seriously. When you email me for the first time, you should leave no doubt that you are a quality gentleman who is probably someone I want to meet. I have a preference for out-of-town businessmen visiting Boston who include their name, signature line (professional title, link to bio or business webpage), contact info, hotel reservation info, and a personal introduction. Local men who include a similar variety of information are also preferred.
If you choose to email with less than the above info, you may not get a reply. “Hey honey” emails are ignored. Even polite sounding emails may be ignored if they are from anonymous email addresses (such as yahoo or gmail). Men looking for a phone chat or lengthy emails before providing their name and references are not going to have much luck either. I simply don’t have the time or desire to “prove myself” to men like this, when they should have already qualified themselves. In short, I will not jump through hoops or entertain anonymous inquiries.
UPDATE (10/2013): I have decided that third party verification services such as P411, DateCheck, and TER Whitelist are not an acceptable substitute for full name and personal or professional references. Instead of these verification services, I may accept multiple *independent provider* references (meaning at least two) in place of your personal information. This will delay our meeting until the providers you have given as references have gotten back to me and you will still have to host or pay in advance for a hotel for our first meeting.
I’m Ellie, a mature (age 40) provider of submissive companionship in the greater Boston area. For more details, please check out my ad on Eros by clicking the image below. When contacting me, YOU MUST introduce yourself by email before leaving a voicemail. I do not answer the phone live and do not return voice messages unless an introductory email has been sent.
Please do not contact me until you have read both Step 1 and Step 2 completely. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
I am only looking to meet a small number of quality gentlemen. I do not entertain anonymous inquiries. At a minimum, your full name, professional references, an personal introduction, and a hotel reservation is generally required. One line emails and random calls are not answered.
My third review was posted on TER recently. My experience as a submissive companion has been quite a ride and a 99.5% positive experience. The handwriting is on the wall: submissive women do it better! To read my reviews, click here.
Please keep in mind, I do provide incall for special gentleman, but not for the first meeting. You’ll have to provide funds for a hotel upfront unless you reserve a room yourself.