He is allowed to escort.
Like most escorts, he experienced cancellations and he is making sure this won't happen again. A $100 refundable deposit will now be required beginning New Year for new clients.
Beginning January 1, 2015 a refundable deposit will be required for all bookings if you are a new client. More info will be posted soon.— Kurtis Wolfe (@KurtisWolfe) December 26, 2014
He explained in details on his website why he is doing it and how it will be done "This fee helps ensure that scheduled bookings are for serious inquiries only... Your session will not be scheduled until this fee has been paid. "
Be aware, the $100 is not part of the payment. It will be refunded to you.
How do I pay for the booking fee?
The booking fee may be paid via Paypal ( Paypal Balance, Bank Transfer, Debit Card, Credit Card ), Credit Card via Square, Debit Card via Square Cash. Payment information will be provided to you directly upon scheduling a session. * If you are paying by Debit Card, please request the use of Square Cash. An invite to this service may be requested directly by contacting Kurtis Wolfe.
If you are worried about your anonymity...
I want to remain completely anonymous, how can I do that?
Several convenience stores sell re-loadable Visa / Mastercard Gift cards which you may use to pay the booking fee. Upon the completion of a session the booking fee would be reloaded back onto the gift card you purchased. As with many of these gift cards, no name or personal information is attached to them allowing you to remain completely anonymous. Your personal information is also not stored permanently in my records for the purposes of client safety and privacy. Any personal information that may be temporarily stored is encrypted using AES ( Advanced Encryption Standard ) with a 256 bit key and 2 factor authentication to maintain the secrecy of the key. What does this mean? Your information that I may store temporarily to provide a satisfactory session will never be revealed to anyone other than myself even if requested, subpoenaed or "hacked".