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Eric #2 - San Francisco

Massage

Eric - San Francisco


Review #1 - 06/15/2016
General
  • Eric
  • San Francisco
  • Gay
  • In/Out
Physical
  • Large
  • 5'5" (165 cm)
  • 180-190 lbs (82-86 kg)
  • , ,
  • 50's
  • Asian
  • Cropped, Black
  • Black
  • Smooth
  • Smooth
Activities
  • Massage
Rates
  • 95
Session
  • San Francisco
  • 10/2015
  • 1 Hour
  • 95
  • Unsatisfactory
  • No
  • No
  • No
  • Other Website
  • massagem4m.com
  •   Ok this guy is completely misrepresenting himself. I was so confused when I walked to his building to find an older short stocky Asian man standing in front of his door and waving me in. No way is he all buff and muscular like the headless pictures in the website. The blurry ones which show his face do somewhat resemble him but they have to be at least 10-20 years ago. The lights barely came on but it was obvious he's hiding a not so flattering body under the big lose clothing he was wearing.

    I honestly didn't expect this to happen given the fact that he has over 100 reviews on his webpage but if you look at each of the public reviews, they are all "featured" which means the masseur gets to pick and chose which review to show to the public. That explains why my review submitted there months ago was never shown publicly.

    In regards to the massage itself, it was good and shows he has plenty of experience. But if you want a massage by a hot guy this is not the guy to choose. No wonder each of those pictures are in black and white. Do a quick google image search on ones which don't show a face and you will be surprised to see they are posted in color from Asian websites of hot younger guys which he cropped, gray-scaled, and cut out chunks. My mistake for not doing that the first time around.
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  • likemusclemen (Third Review )
  •   Enjoy a good massage every now and then
Eric Responds
  • Frankly I was speechless when I learned about the negative review. It was the first hurtful review that I had ever seen, regardless whether it was with intentional or not.

    With over 24 years in the massage business, I have provided excellent service to thousands of clients, many of who have become my loyal repeat customers and have expressed heartfelt appreciation with over 100 great reviews. I am truly thankful to them for their business, above all, and to their recognition of my skills and dedication to my work.

    Ironically, it was the reviewers second session. Had he been so dissatisfied with my work, would have made a second appointment? He said that: “it was good and shows he has plenty of experience.” What was the problem then?

    Normally, the majority of the massage therapists use their favorite photos, which they think would best represent them and look great for the business. I do the same. I use the photos that I am most proud of and think would best present myself.

    Nevertheless, it is my sincere hope that my prospective customers will choose my exceptional skills over my photos, as it is all about a great massage rather than personal desires.

    I always welcome constructive suggestions or criticisms that will help me continue to improve my service and myself as a person.

    Best regards,
    Eric