She was hot. I had no luck in trying to reach her either by phone or by email when I tried to set up an appointment as she never responded to either messages. In reading other posts about her, I think that most people were like me - unsuccessful in reaching her.
I got a positive response from Cameron the other day, the message was as follows.
I should be available for 8 or 9 pm. I will call the hotel and ask for hobbe's room around 630 or so.
The only edit I’ve made was to my name.
I waited in my room from 5:45 to 7:30, no call. It would seem that she is lacking something called common courtesy. I must wonder how she would treat me if she did show up? Is this someone I really want to meet? Her behavior just seems to be rather rude to me.
I received another email from Cameron last night. Said she sent me a text message that she couldn’t make it. Unfortunately text messages don’t work with my phone service. I don’t see what the big deal is with making a commitment, yes I will see you at 9.
Saturday didn’t work, didn’t get a reply from my email until Sunday night good grief. I’m not going to be in town forever, my time is valuable too. I would much rather book with the other ladies that will make a commitment and show up such as Venus.
There is a post in the thread "Morgan" by Casanova and he does bring up a good point as for most of us, this is our secret life to coin a phrase. I have cancelled as well in the past, but I normally have phoned to cancel out and reschedule the appointment. In this case, I also tried to contact her and she also went quite on the e-mail.
Sure, there are always good reasons to cancel, but once you put up a website ... which in Cameron's case looks pretty professionally done ... along with your e-mail, phone, etc. then you are in a business. If you want it to be "private" as Casanova suggests in his post about Morgan and Cameron, then don't advertise.
If you advertise, treat it seriously and treat your clients with enough respect to return their calls and e-mails. In Cameron's case, she needn't worry too much about the flood of calls and e-mails. They should die down soon because, like Hammer says, it just isn't worth the hassle.
Having said that, of course there is no excuse for us pooners sending rude or disgusting e-mails to SPs. They work hard and are trying to make a living.