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Cristian of Miami

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General
  • In/Out
  • Massage
  • 30s
  • Latino
Contact
Rates
  • 150
Physical
  • 5ft 11in (1.8m)
  • 190-200 lbs (86-91 kg)
  • Defined
  • Black
  • Sideburns
  • Light
Adult
     Requires 'opt-in'


Review #1 - 06/24/2019
  • 05/2019
  • Chicago
  • 1.5 Hours
  • 200
  • Yes
  • No
  • No
  • His Website
  • rentmasseur.com
  • My experience with Cristian was awful and disappointing, and I would caution anyone against hiring him for a massage.

    I reached out to Cristian by text to schedule a 90 minute session with him. When the issue of payment came up, Cristian told me that he accepted payment by cash or the Zelle app. When he asked how I would be paying, I told him I would be paying by Zelle. I asked him whether he required Zelle payments to be made upfront. He responded with "just asking." We finished setting up the appointment over text.

    Later that evening, I arrived for my appointment. Not more than 2 minutes into the session, he stopped the massage and asked whether I would be paying by Zelle (something we had already established over text). When I affirmed that I would be paying by Zelle, he demanded that I pay him $200.00 upfront. I was confused and shocked by his demand, especially since I had asked him earlier whether he required upfront payment over text (and he never said he required it). Not to mention that I had made the 50-minute drive in traffic to make the appointment. Had he told me he required upfront payment, I would not have agreed to the appointment.

    When I asked him why he was demanding to be paid upfront, he claimed to have had issues with past first-time clients. I told him that I wasn't comfortable paying him upfront for a 90 minute massage, despite his efforts to assure me that I wouldn't be cheated. As a compromise, I offered to pay Cristian half his fee upfront and the remaining half (plus tip) after the massage. However, he continued to demand the full payment upfront and assured me I didn't need to worry. I refused, grabbed my belongings, and left immediately.

    I was extremely insulted and confused by Cristian's conduct, as I had never been asked to pay upfront for a massage before. Further, Cristian's behavior caused me to wonder whether he required this of all first-time clients. Whatever the case, I tried to give Cristian the benefit of the doubt by reaching out to him through Rentmasseur to ask why he waited until I arrived for the massage to tell me he required upfront payment. He read my message, but did not respond. I reached out a second time to see whether there was any way he was willing to consider doing a massage without upfront payment (i.e. if I paid in cash instead). Again, he read my message, but no response. I reached out a third time just to follow up on my previous messages. Once more, he read it, but did not reply.

    Given this, I am left to think that Cristian had no intention of engaging in good faith. I believe he probably intended to take my money without providing the massage. I am glad I did not give him any money, and didn't allow him to take advantage of me. No client should have to pay a masseur upfront for service, ever.

    He should be avoided.

  • Sugar_Cub -  1 Review(s)
  • Early 30s, white collar professional with an advance degree.

Cristian Responds

  • I reached out this client and we had a private discussion about what happened and we came to an agreement already, but for all of you that will read this here is my response to him and this is what happened on my side of view:

    “Zelle” -online transfers- it’s a new option I’m taking on my business. People prefer to pay cash, and I’ve had a few bad experiences on the past where at the end of my entire work client couldn’t do the transfer and “didn’t have” cash available so I ended up getting nothing. Talking about money it’s something that always has made me uncomfortable and I forgot my client was going to do a transfer.

    When we started the massage I remembered that was the case, and I asked if he could do the transfer before we continued. I do understand his position but I also was defending mine, just to be clear: there wasn’t any verbal fight or strong demand in both sides.

    Long story short we both felt uncomfortable and when I took a moment to think and tell my client “let’s do it” Knowing I would be taking the risk, when I turned back to him he was already running out of my room with his shoes on his hands, and my last words were “you can put your shoes here I’m not kicking you out”

    After that he emailed me 3 more times Which I didn’t responded because I also felt offended by how he left, since I wasn’t being rude, all I asked was for the money in advance.

    We already emailed and I did apologize to him IF in any way I offended him which it wasn’t my intention. He accepted my apologies and hopefully next time I’m back in town we will coordinate an Appointment were both will show good faith.

    I also want to clarify I welcome all races, age, genders, I’m not someone that discriminate people here. I am a good guy, respectful and I do care for my clients and I try to do my best to Make them feel good and special. But I do understand why his review was made and I’m happy it was solved.