Working As A Vegas Escort (4 Steps To Ensure Your Safety)

If you are interested in working at an escort website in Vegas, then I highly recommend you apply to, they have a simple and easy online application and verification process, after which you can start working and getting clients within days, or even hours if you are attractive enough!

With that said, this post is for the women who want to be an escort in Vegas, yet are afraid to make a wrong step and end up on the wrong side of the law or be shot dead.

Here are some big tips for you if you want to work as a Vegas escort, which I have helped you get from a (now retired) 27 year old Las Vegas female companion.

Working in Las Vegas as a social escort can be extremely financially rewarding, yet stressful and scary at the same time.

‘Taylor’ was an escort for over 5 to 6 years in Las Vegas, and has made a pretty 6 to 7 figure fortune when doing so. She has also fortunately stayed safe of all the unnecessary drama and BS sometimes associated with this industry while making a lot of money. Here are some tips from her, under the sole condition of complete anonymity.

First of all, ‘Taylor’ recommends you do not work for pimps. Don’t mess with them, as many of them are violent, and are basically ‘slave masters’ and doing illegal work. Work for escort websites or agencies. There is a difference between them. If you work for a pimp, you are going to be beaten and be forced to prostitute yourself – which is miserable and is also highly illegal in Vegas. On the other hand, if you work for escort agencies directly, you simply are going on paid dates (which is legal), while not selling your body.

Secondly, make sure you are actually licensed to work in the state of Nevada. If you are a United States citizen, this shouldn’t be an issue at all. However, if you are a foreigner, or a work permit holder, then make sure to check if your status allows you to legally work in Vegas, Nevada. You don’t want to be caught being an illegal alien or working illegally in Nevada.

Thirdly, do not deal with customers directly. If they ask you for your real name, contact number, social media profile or anything like that, simply reject them. You have no idea how easily your real data can be tracked down by or risk being actually stalked by these stranger clients if you were to give them your real details. Only provide your real details to escort websites/agencies, and not to the clients under all circumstances – don’t say I didn’t WARN you!

Fourthly, please note that even for the more open-minded women who are thinking of becoming an escort, that prostitution is illegal in Las Vegas itself. It is legal in certain tiny counties around the Las Vegas strip, but it is 100% illegal under all circumstances in Vegas. So do not do stupid things like soliciting prostitution for extra money. That is highly illegal.