Picking the right agency may mean the difference between you getting a good looking and legitimate local, Singaporean social escort and you getting scammed with a foreign girl instead from Thailand or Vietnam.
In fact, that is the reason why trust issues happen. However, I have found a few key ways to ensure that the company you are dealing with is legitimate, and that the girls they showcase is who you actually get!
First of all, always make sure that the escort agency you are working with is actually registered with ACRA (i.e. http://www.yp.sg/company/sgvip-services-pte-ltd). All businesses in Singapore need to be registered to be legal. As Singapore registered companies are not allowed to randomly hire foreigners without a work permit, therefore, you can be assured that there’s a 99% chance that if the agency is registered with ACRA, they only hire local Singaporean ladies.
Second of all, make sure that the company is open to receiving your messages e.t.c through any form of communication (e.g. email, SMS, Whatsapp, e.t.c.). If a company insists that you can only talk through a particular way such as OTT application (e.g. Wechat e.t.c.) to prevent ‘tracking’, chances are, they’re a dodgy service. If they’re dodgy about their service, you can be assured that they’re probably dodgy when it comes to the girls they provide you as well. Just remember this advice to prevent yourself from ending up with a foreign woman looking like a pig rather than a gorgeous local SG woman who looks like a beauty. I’m so politically incorrect).
Third of all, the website should have a Q&A segment or terms and conditions stating that if the girl that turns up at your doorstep or at your meeting point does not look anything like the advertised photo. If there is this clause, and they fulfill completely all of the above clauses, it should be safe to engage their escorts.