Abiding by strict business ethics, a London based Escort Service (V London Escorts) state they treat personal information of their customers with great care and maintain highest levels of confidentiality.
As a business ethics expert, I can understand the application of ethics in many business settings and clearly connect with why many firms would want to tout their foundation, but I must admit I have never considered promoting business ethics as a reason for selecting one escort service over another. In fact, the selection of an escort service might be, by many, a question of ethics. After all, every choice has a consequence, just look at Tiger Woods choices and the mountain of consequences that seems to have followed.
While V London Escorts promotes their professionalism, punctuality, affordability, and beauty – they might have just hit on the magic promotional ingredient that propels them to promotional success – business ethics. Somehow I doubt that will make a difference, I must give them credit pushing the edge of the promotional envelope when they attempt to promote their services.
So here are two questions:
1. If you were going to use an escort service, would the claim of a high level “business ethics” make a difference in your service provider selection?
2. Do you think that it is ethical to use an escort service? If so, under what conditions would you think it appropriate?