There have been several reports of ‘Sugar Daddies’ who have used checks to pay for items given to Sugar Babies, only for the Sugar Babies to find out later that the checks were either fake or cancelled shortly after being issued. In situations like these, it’s the Sugar Baby who is often the one left paying the bill.
There have been reports of ‘Sugar Mamas’ that are seeking arrangements with their husbands, yet in reality it’s only the husbands that are seeking the arrangements, and the wife (if there is one) had no idea she was a Sugar Mommy. This isn’t meant to discourage anyone from communicating with legitimate sugar couples – there are plenty out there – but know that this is one type of sugar scam to look out for.
One of the main reasons SeekingArrangement discourages Sugar Daddies from sending money to anyone on the site before they meet, is because of FIB’s (fake identity babies). Many FIB’s will ask a Sugar Daddy to wire them money before the 1st meet, only to become poof babies when it’s time for them to show up on a date.
Have you ever suspected a potential sugar was trying to scam you? What are the warning signs you look out for?
Do you have any tips for fellow Sugar Daddies or sugar babies on how to avoid playing the fool in Sugarland?
Do you have any sugar news to report?
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