Playing it Safe on the Phone

Everything in life carries risks. There are some unique risks for phone sex operators, though, that you can take some common-sense steps to mitigate. For example, don’t give out your telephone number or personal information to customers. Don’t reveal your real name, the name of the town you live in, or any other identifying information while on the phone with a customer. Stay away from drinking and drugs while on the job. Don’t ever be tempted to meet a customer in person. This is a job, not a dating service.

Having your profile posted on the internet can be a very exciting thing.  Doing what you like, making others happy while talking on the phone is all great, but there are risks.

It’s very easy to get caught up in the chat.  Some men can be smooth talkers and promise the world.  There have been more than a few Talkers who have fallen for the golden tongue, and have taken a risk.  No matter what transpires on the phone, it is important to keep in mind that you do not know these people you are talking to.  You do not know their backgrounds or history.  They might very well be good guys with the best of intentions, but you just don’t know.  So with that in mind here are a few simple rules to follow and stay safe.

  • Never give out your real name, address or phone number.  This should go without saying, but you would be surprised how often ladies freely give away this info to callers.   The last thing you want is some homicidal maniac knocking at your front door because he thought you sounded lonely on the phone.
  • Be aware of what the caller is asking you.  This is a tricky one, but you need to pay attention to what kinds of questions the caller is asking.  If they are asking information about your personal life, that might help them to locate you, you need to be very careful as to how you answer them.
  • Stay away from drugs and alcohol while taking a call.  Being alert is the key to safety drinking and drugs blur your senses and dull your mind, both of which can lead to potentially disastrous effects.
  • Never agree to meet a caller in person. This is a job, not a dating service.  Some callers are good at selling themselves resist the temptation and keep it professional at all times.
  • When in doubt call the police.  Even you have even the slightest of inclinations that something bad is about to happen, call your local police and make them aware of the situation.