If you’re looking to join a social escort agency, it is important to note that whichever agency you join MUST be registered as a company or business with Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA). This is for several reasons.
- If the company that you join is not registered, if the company gets into trouble, you will definitely get into bigger trouble. All unregistered businesses in Singapore are technically liable to get into legal trouble. So don’t take this risk and only work for registered social escort services companies in Singapore.
- If they’re not registered, they can deny having ever employed you as a full time employee or contractor of the company and refuse to pay you your fair share of the revenue. There are such cases of fraud, and although the person who is guilty usually gets charged with a fine and/or jail, you won’t exactly be compensated with anything. Therefore, it’s just not worth it.
Here is a very simple way to find out if a particular social escort agency you’re thinking of joining is actually legitimate and registered to protect yourself.
First of all, make sure to ask them for their company’s UEN. This is a special and unique corporate entity number which is only for that particular company. You can then tally this number and go to ACRA or Bizfile.gov.sg to verify if this company exists in reality. A quick 1 minute check will be able to let you know the answer. As long as it exists in ACRA’s database, it’s almost always safe.
Second of all, there is no step 2! That’s right. It’s very simple to find out if a social escort agency you’re planning to join is legitimate.
Hope I helped you out with the above article. Let me know in the comments below if you have any other questions! If you need a recommendation for a good Singapore agency to join, here’s one. Feel free to check out their company profile.