Sugar Daddy Dating may be a niche dating genre, but that doesn’t mean the same risks of online dating do not apply here. We all love money and sugar, but nothing is more important than your safety. Whether you’re meeting with a new potential Sugar Daddy for the first time, or traveling abroad with an already established Sugar Daddy, you need to be aware of your personal safety at all times. Don’t be the one who gets taken. Here are a few ways to avoid danger during the pursuit of sugar, brought to you by MissTravel.
We screen all profiles and approve members in-house, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be cautious while getting to know your potential date. If a profile is not “verified”, don’t be afraid to ask them for a background check. Do not accept a date with someone who makes you uncomfortable – trust your gut. The desire for sugar should never outweigh your value on personal safety. Insist on a background check. Google them. Skype, call, text BEFORE YOU LEAVE for your date. Ask questions, and discuss your intentions and expectations before you get there.
Never meet up with a potential Sugar Daddy at a private location. Insist on meeting somewhere public, and if possible, familiar to you. Don’t have him pick you up, and never give out any personal information until you are better acquainted. If possible, valet your car, so you won’t be in a situation where you are being walked to a darkened parking garage at the end of the night. Always take the elevator at night, never use the stairs. If you are traveling to meet a Sugar Daddy, confirm all travel plans to and from, and make sure you research the destination ahead of time.
As a woman there will always be a concern for personal safety. Demand respect from the moment you first lay eyes on each other, and dress accordingly. Even if you really need the money, desperation should never be a flaunted trait. Don’t overindulge yourself on alcohol, and always watch your drinks. In the sugar bowl, everything seems almost to good to be true, so you need to be even more cautious and guarded to determine the validity of a proposed arrangement. A first meeting should never turn into a sexual transaction. If he’s leading you down that path, he is not a true Sugar Daddy. Take control of your safety, it’s better to be paranoid than a victim.
If you do become a victim, chances are, Liam Neeson is not going to be there to save you. If you can’t prevent something from happening, you need to be able to take control of the situation. So, just in case you do get taken…. you might want to read our next blog.
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Sugar Daddies: what advice would you give to new Sugar Babies to protect their safety?