Cracking into Preferred 411

First, with something positive.  My birthday was this past Tuesday, and it was by far one of the best birthdays I've had in years.  I really appreciate everyone who helped me celebrate! Now, something that's quite frustrating.  I've been having conversations with provider friends of mine, and we've been discussing advertising; what sites we use, what seems to work best, and the like.  Currently I advertise via Slixa, Eros, RS2K, TER, and Backpage.  Because I do "massage plus" work, along with fetish and BDSM work, I wanted to expand my advertising scheme. I've seen Preferred 411 around for a long time, and had looked into them at some point.  I didn't apply then because I didn't fit their criteria; I didn't have any reviews, and I didn't have any clients that are P411 members.  I have one review, and other clients have claimed to send in reviews, but those reviews never made it up on TER. Apparently the review doesn't matter unless it's written by a P411 member.  Most of my clients, the ones I've asked anyway, have never heard of TER, P411, or RS2K for that matter. Those seem to be sites that are very escort-centric, and BDSM/Fetish clients don't seem to involve themselves in the hobby lifestyle.

My question is this: How do I access P411 members without being allowed to have a provider page on their site? I absolutely understand that P411 wants to ensure its members that all of their providers are legit.  I even provided a reference from one of my provider friends who is very well-known, and that didn't fly either.  I emailed them asking how they recommend going about this, but I want to open it up to my readers out there (particularly any of you lovely sex workers out there that are members or have chosen not to be members).

TER has been a bit of mind field as well, and I'm still wary of reviews, but advertising in their local ad boards has brought me a lot of traffic. That I can TOTALLY appreciate.  Engaging with the hobbyist community is interesting for sure, and a lot of threads that I've read are funny, interesting, and insightful.  I think it's really great that sex workers also engage on TER boards as well.  It's refreshing to find out what other workers, ones that aren't my friends anyway, think about all of this.

I'd love to open this up, and get comments from any and all of my readers. Do you use P411? How does it work for you? How did you get listed on the site if you're a sex worker?

-Miss Erin