I come to you today with a warning: Beware of the Bargain!
In a troubled economy, it is tempting to want to get the most bang for your buck, so to speak. For some, a low price may the difference between seeing an escort, or waiting a month or two, or never even getting around to it.
Bu the adage is true: You do get what you pay for.
But escorts who price themselves out lower than the average in your area may be less willing to follow safety protocols, or they may be underbidding in an effort to lure you into an entrapment, either legal, or criminal. Escorts who are significantly cheaper in price do not provide "a good value," they provide further risk, in a situation that is already risky to begin with.
How to tell if she's too inexpensive? I can't quote actual figures here, because each marketplace has a set of supply-and-demand-dictated rules. So, browse the entertainers in your area, compare rates for as many providers as you can, and you will get a general mean figure for what the average hourlong session with an entertainer in your area will cost you. If the one you've selected is significantly (20%-50%) lower than everyone else in your area, watch your ass. It may not be worth the savings.
Be smart, and be safe out there, gentlemen.