How To Deal With Scammer in Sugar Dating World?

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“Have you met scammers in sugar daddy dating life? What’s your biggest suggestion for dealing with scammers?” We asked some real life sugar babies, and collected these answers. Hope these opinions help! Although these are words from sugar babies, Sugar daddies should applied to these tips as well, we all should protect ourselves!

 

Yes I’ve met scammers, half the time they’re scammers pretending to be rich. I just usually block them. They talk super sweet to you at the beginning then ask for bank info. Such as password email and all. I just ignore them. Or they’ll keep texting you asking for bank info, sometimes it’s best not to reply if they send a big paragraph on how they’ll care for you and all then at the very end they say, “just need all your info” might as well throw in the social security number.

—— Sugar Baby

I’ve definitely met scammers. Personally, I think it’s silly to hide behind fake pictures considering this lifestyle is more lenient and progressive with looks; we’re a lot more accepting and nicer than most. Advice on this… I say just move on to the next but I would let the scammer know that what they’re doing is a waste of time and it’s fake.

—— Sugar Baby

As soon as they ask for your bank information report them. This one guy was so charming and was just an absolute sweet heart and handsome. We met up a couple of times and he would give me a little bit of money which was fine because all we did was go to the park or go for pizza. Then one day he asked me if I had a bank account because he wanted to deposit some checks and he’d need my bank info to do it. I knew right then and there he was a scammer.

—— Sugar Baby

Scammers are at an all time high. Be careful we sugarbabys have a hard time finding the real man who is welling to do what he says. Instead you get scammers who try to trick you out of your money asking for your bank info. If you are smart you know that in order to have a deposit you’ll only need your name and account number! Not the routing number.

—— Sugar Baby

My first encounter was blatantly obvious: overseas, couldn’t talk over the phone, very few pics. He wanted to send me money but first I had to pay 5% of the amount. However, I feel like women don’t worry enough about the men who put up a front; who don’t have money and aren’t interested in yours. If you’re a real daddy, you should be flexing those attributes, especially for your baby. Let her know her worth; something is better than nothing. I think expecting that as a baby is vital so you know you’re not playing with a phony.

—— Sugar Baby

If a Sugar Daddy asks for any amount of money (reimburse for expenses, an upfront to prove that ‘you’re serious’ and he’ll give you the full amount in-person) this is a scam. If he is truly a Sugar Daddy, he doesn’t need your financial help in any way, shape or form. Also, if a Sugar Daddy ever asks you to send something or do something on his behalf – like depositing a check or purchase something – this is also an attempt to scam you. If a supposed Sugar Daddy tries to negotiate a dollar amount for ‘hosting’ him, he’s looking for an escort. Sugar Babies do not negotiate rates, since they are not being paid.

—— Sugar Baby

 

I’ve definitely met scammers while being a sugar baby. The most common form of scamming is asking for your bank information to send your allowance. Unless y’all are very well established, DON’T do this . My tips for dealing with scammers would be to let them know upfront that they are scamming! Acknowledge it & make it known that you know whats up . After this I block, report, and move to the next one .

—— Sugar Baby

I just met 1 today and he was such an a$$ hole. I know from common sense you don’t need my account info. to send me money there are all different types of ways like the Cash app, money gram, western union, Venmo, USPS, lol just these scammers are so stupid! Babies plz don’t give anyone your bank info at all. Good luck on your SD hunt and be smart!!

—— Sugar Baby

I have met more scammers than real people, unfortunately. It is truly irritating, as when you think you might have a match or someone interested, you find out that it is another one of those messages that these people like copy and paste from some scammer forum or something. For fun, I typically keep track of these messages, which I don’t reply to, and then look at their profile a few days later and see their profile either gone or saying that it is suspended. My advice: don’t give out banking information. For first-time encounters with a daddy, use PayPal. Have him send an amount under 20 dollars to prove he is willing. You don’t even need to attach a bank account to PayPal, you can just sign up with your email and password if you don’t already have one. Don’t give out online log in info: big no no. The only number related to banking that may be potentially safe to distribute would be your routing number. Even then, I would be very hesitant.

—— Sugar Baby

I have never met a scammer till I move to Mississippi then I met someone collect claim to have everything and much more and come to find out he didn’t have a dime he got it from his ex-wife LOL but he always promised to get this and that for me and tell me he would take care of everything but in the long run never take what he said so I found out the truth he was just trying to get money from me.

—— Sugar Baby

Ladies there so many out here ! They’ll ask for banking information don’t give it to them! They’ll become super attached .. I honestly have come across nothing but scammers I honestly don’t understand their reasoning behind it ! They always change subjects want you to get them iTunes cards etc or buy certain things a lot of them say they are on business trips etc.. be smart and cautious.

—— Sugar Baby

I have come across what seems to be nothing but Scammers, they usually have no pic up or just 1, and when you ask to have more pics they have an excuse as to why they can’t produce any or get mad at you for asking. The biggest tip off of a Scammer I believe is in the first message they send you they’re quick to give you some way of contacting them either a phone number or email address amd then say I would prefer not to spend a lot of time communicating on here so reach out to me this way. Lol I always hit them with well I prefer to communicate with a potential on here a few times just to get comfortable before giving out my number…that usually get no response…lol Scam. Better yet when they ask what bank do you use say, why? Or I don’t trust banks so I don’t have one, that makes the go away quick…Can you say Scam alert!!! Lol

—— Sugar Baby

 

If they will only send you money by needing all your bank info, full name, and passwords they’re scamming you. Always use an app like PayPal or a cash app. Never give out your banking information. Report and block them right away. If they’re out of the country, they can send an international money order using usps! Do lots of research so you’re not scammed!!

—— Sugar Baby

If they will only send you money by needing all your bank info, full name, and passwords they’re scamming you. Always use an app like PayPal or a cash app. Never give out your banking information. Report and block them right away. If they’re out of the country, they can send an international money order using usps! Do lots of research so you’re not scammed!!

—— Sugar Baby

Not yet but aleays check if they have more than one photo because if they don’t then they are most likely fake. Ask for small allowance at first to see if they are serious or not. Lastly do not send any nudes before anything and don’t try selling your picture without double checking if they are real or not because it can be obvious most of the time once you check their profiles.

—— Sugar Baby

The best way as a sugar baby to tell if your being scammed ask then to financially do something small. And don’t sleep with or send nudes till you get some allowance. Always trust your gut. If they don’t have a picture and won’t send one be weary of him. I’m ways sketch bc I bc I never have had a real paying sugardaddy. So ladies just be careful. Thanks

—— Sugar Baby

First guy that messaged me was a scammer. He asked for what bank I use them later asked me for my account user name and password. Is this common the sugar daddy dating apps practice? Or did I call it like it is he’s a scammer? As a single mom in always a bit on the over the protective and cautious side. But that’s my job. Its what I do. And scammers make me sick! They suck!!

—— Sugar Baby

Okay, so this one guy I met one here immediately cut to the chase. He immediately spits out some stupid allowance of like $2,000 a month and so naturally I went along with it. The whole thing was sketchy as hell though, I mean this guy only had one picture of himself on here and it looked like it was just found on the internet. He asked for my bank info, and I told him no. If he wanted to give me money, he would send it in the mail. I gave him my address and everything, and he stopped replying. Well a week later, I get a FAkE CHECk in the mail for $2,000. What the actual fuck.

—— Sugar Baby

This is a great question hell ya ive come across some scammers. I was on this site and i came across this lady who said she liked what she read and that she wanted to meet me we met and come to find out she tried to rob me if they dont have a pic dont fall for it. Its cool tho because i endeduo being her daughter sugarbaby and she didnt lime that at all.

—— Sugar Baby

There are so many scammers on this site who ask for bank details or personal information and refuse to pay for anything, my advice would be to not give out any personal information, always use a PayPal account or similar, never purchase anything or give out your address or nudes etc until you know you can trust your sugar daddy. If you see a scammer let others know!

—— Sugar Baby

I’ve ran into so many scammers I got the same message from 3 different people and that fourrh message I got was from someone with the same profile pic from a previous person. They all want my bank info and then don’t understand why I can’t give them it and lins thet use is that they want to take care of me and their the ones that have more go worry about than me.

—— Sugar Baby

The best way as a sugar baby to tell if you’re dealing with a scammer is if they ask you for your bank information. Most SD don’t really need it and will find alternate ways to give you your allowance but a scammer will insist that you give your bank info and will usually tell you that there is no other way for them to send the money. This is a lie. So always be weary when talking to SD on this site💋

—— Sugar Baby

I just been scam! To avoid it do not give account information for a wire or mobile tranafer. You set the boundries on how you will receive the money. If they don’t like it then so be it! Make sure their accout is verified! Even if its premium make sure it is verified! Remember as a sugar baby the power is in your hands. Once you give it away you can never regain it!

—— Sugar Baby

I met a lot of scammers in the first week I became a SB. My biggest suggestion is that find a SB to talk to first and ask for tips and advices. This was what I didn’t do when I entered the sugar life that’s why I got scammed. Also, don’t be too blinded by the money they show. It’s important to ask for their verification too. Always remember, it’s pay to play.

—— Sugar Baby

I won’t lie it is really hard first starting out as a Sugar Baby. You think the hardest part you would have to deal with is finding out how to communicate and pique their interest but in my opinion it was discovering the scammers and how to deal with it. A few ways that were helpful for me was: 1.) If they paid for the app/ site then there’s a better chance they are legit (SD actually told me this piece of advice) 2.) they actually tell you their names and get to know you before automatically starting off with how much they will pay you. (But everyone is different too so judgment works on this one) 3.) GRAMMAR and text!! Now I know this one sounds a little odd but of all the scammers I’ve dealt with (and trust me it was a lot 😅) all of the fake SDs had such terrible grammar and choppy texts. Especially if they think they have you fooled. They can start out perfect then all of a sudden their texts look: “lke this an they try n swettalk I to in buy iTunes card@ or my personal favorite: “Baby, so I I wan you buy to an $100 itunes card and so send you money” My advice on how to deal with salty daddies/ scammers is to just laugh it off. I know that’s easier said than done but if you do it like me, it’s a lesson learned. You now know how to tell a scammer much easier than you did before.

—— Sugar Baby

I actually found this app because the last one I was on was full of scammers… they pop up, ask for photos and then get abusive when you ask for a first name, location or if they can put a photo on their profile.. it hurts me so much because I have so much love to give to the right sugar daddy and these fake sugar daddies get in the way and tear me down and make me feel useless…

—— Sugar Baby

I have only been on here a couple of days and I already had a scammer message me. I think the most important thing to do is be sure yo ure not sending any personal info until you’ve gotten to know him a little. I understand the desire to get a sugar daddy quicky.. But it’s better to get tok know someone and make sure you click any way. Never send nudes without knowing who you’re dealing with. And get a PayPal.

—— Sugar Baby

BBC bbhh hb has not yet said that he has not had any of those issues that the government will do not want it because the other man has a problem that the government will be responsible and not saying he is a human rights and that is not the only person that he is not doing it to be a good man and not the man who has not yet been good enough for.

—— Sugar Baby

I am still new in the sugar world so I have not come across any scammer. Though I don’t recommend to give much attention to them. for example as soon as you start doubting they are scammers or trying to be just block them. Ofcourse, no one should give their personal informations (bank account, adress,….) to strangers. it is better to take your time to get to know the person before engaging in anything.

—— Sugar Baby

In the Sugar Baby world you are to expect to come across scammers. Best advice is to do any un-physical intersction as possible. Meaning chatting for a while, get pictures, do facetime, have them send you some money so they know your serious and you can acknowledge how serious they are.. If your their ideal SB, then a real SD would not mind investing some money on you before hand.

—— Sugar Baby

Yes! The best way ive dealt is to just block them. Definitely talk to them and feel out the vibe you get and trust your instincts. It’s so hard to find real nice people these days much more hard to find a daddy or someone who can help you or have Good Intentions. Just n safe and dont ever undervalued yourself and block the fakesand let them know how you will feel .

—— Sugar Baby

No, I haven’t met any scammers so far, but if I do I think I will not give out my personal information like the other ladies have said its important not to give out personal information such as your bank account number or the likes I’m learning a lot from the other ladies, since I’m new on this app. Just to add on I think you can tell a scammer if they don’t have legit pictures.

—— Sugar Baby

On these sites it’s definitely common to run into a scammer once or twice, rather you’re a sugar daddy or a baby. Sadly I fell for one and made the dumbest decision in giving a “daddy” my banking info thinking nothing bad can happen since I only had like 3 dollars in there anyway. However, the checks he deposited in my account and my “allowance” were fake and ended up leaving me 1,900$ in debt. BE CAREFUL don’t give out banking info. Stay safe babies and daddies💕💕

—— Sugar Baby

This question prompt is so on time because I encountered one just today. And was really annoyed for awhile because I had been talking to him for a few days and I really didn’t suspect anything until today. Ultimately he of course asked for my bank info. My advice to girls who may encounter people like this in the future is be up front and frank with people. Don’t be afraid to ask people for some form of verification. Don’t let people waste your time just talking. Today a SD posted something regarding these types of guys and in short he said if a guy has money you’d know pretty quick. Which in my experience and opinion is true if a guy keeps talking and it doesn’t seem to come up don’t waste your time.

—— Sugar Baby

I’ve definitely met a couple scammers on here. But it’s pretty obvious to tell when you have this problem because they’ll ask for your account information so they can transfer the money and they tend to change the subject a lot when you come to them about finally meeting up. They’ll keep pushing how they want to see you but first how they want to pay you.

—— Sugar Baby

I have only recently been in this sugar dating world, so far I haven’t come across any scammers! But ladies, make sure you never give out your personal bank information or passwords to any sorry od social media, there are bad people in the world that will use you. I would say to get a small amount of money off of them first to see if they are legitimate and if they send it then go ahead 🙂

—— Sugar Baby

Yes definetly I feel like every sugar baby will come across them at one point. But some major tips and things to look for are for one never give out your personal bank accounts any sugar daddy who asks is sadly not serious because every daddy knows the different apps and if not I would definitely let him know some for example: PayPal,Venmo, snapchat cash. Venmo in my opinion is the quickest and most effective. \

—— Sugar Baby

Oh my goodness! Thoughts I’d never be able to speak on this topic. Yes, there are so many weirdos out there that are honestly trying to take your money! Easy ways to weed out scammers: many scammers will try to send you a very convincing message such as: “How are you baby? My name is ____. I stumbled upon your profile I’m wowed by what I’m seeing. I really need to show you to my friends because they find it hard to believe angels exist blah blah text me at ____ .” Sound familiar? scam lol. Also if they’re quick to ask for banking info that is not needed for the transaction do not trust it. Consider what is needed and speak with your banker regarding type of deposits when you’re not sure. The easiest way to stop any scams before they start.

—— Sugar Baby

I have met many scammers. The best way to know that they aren’t real is when they do not fully finish their profile, tell you they need your bank info for mobile deposits. They will ask you what bank do you go to and if it is a good active or a credit union that has mobile deposit app. So far I have yet to meet real men. So please be careful ladies

—— Sugar Baby

Yes I have. I usually don’t send nudity or have sex until I see the money. Scanners sometimes ask about your banking account. Never give actual bank information rather use apps such as venom, PayPal, square cash. That’s what most of them are looking to do. Secondly, if they say their net worth is high to ask for bank statement with matching name on profile

—— Sugar Baby

I have had dealings with scammers on some sugar daddy dating apps. He was charming and appeared to be sincere. He fed off of the difficulties I was experiencing in my life. After chatting for a few days, he explained that he wanted to help me financially by adding me to his payroll. The only way he could do this was by obtaining my personal and banking information. This is when it snapped in my head that he was a scammer. I refused to provide the information and he became angry. I immediately blocked him.

—— Sugar Baby

I have met scammers on here and it sucks. They say they’re millionaires and will spoil you blah blah. But then you actually get to talking and everything about them is sketchy and you can tell they’re lying. I had someone try to get my number and when we talked he said he would send me money and meet me. I spent a long time wasting my time on him and nothing happened.

—— Sugar Baby

Yes I have met scammers. I’ve been on study for a week now. My advice for all us babies is to just not give in to them. If they are soliciting you for pictures and videos and want to hear your voice, let them know it’s not free and that a sugar daddy shoukd act like a sugar daddy and most won’t ask for things like that right off the bat they will usually tell you your allowance and then ask you if that is ok then after you receive an allowance they will ask to take you out or for you to skyoe them if they arent in the area. But until you get what you need they don’t get what they want.

—— Sugar Baby

I have had scammers. They will usually try to pay you after you meet them or at least say they will, but they don’t. Some will say they will send you money to your card but don’t. A lot of guys will try to trick you into doing something with them and pretend they will spoil you but they are lying. You just need to meet them yourskd and see if it’s sketch or not

—— Sugar Baby

I have had dealings with scammers.He was charming and appeared to be sincere. After chatting for a few days, he explained that he wanted to help me financially by adding me to his payroll. The only way he could do this was by obtaining my personal and banking information. I refused to provide that information and he became angry. I immediately reported and blocked him.

—— Sugar Baby

I have Come across scammers on here. They get pushy real fast I didn’t call you names if you don’t give them what they want. Best advice Never give out your bank information or address. They shouldn’t be asking for nudes right off that’s a big red flag . A real daddy will send you gifts and other things before he starts asking for his needs or wants .

—— Sugar Baby

I have met scammers in the sugar community more than I’ve met real sugar daddies and mommies. the way to keep yourself safe out there is by knowing what information you can and cannot give safely. do your research! most fake sugar daddy’s ask for your full name and bank account number. if these men and women will not use PayPal or Google wallet it’s a red flag!

—— Sugar Baby

I have dealt with scammers in the past who have gotten my bank info, took all of my money, and closed my account. It does NOT feel good! So my advice on how to deal with a scammer is to tell them as soon as conversation begins that you are not going to give up your information. If they’re a scammer they will end the conversation there. If they are seriously interested they will have no problem with it.

—— Sugar Baby

Usually when I come across a scammer I play along until they ask for my bank info then I screens hot the conversation and report them. If they try to continue to talk to me I block them. It’s really simple if you think about it. I tried letting them know I knew it was a scam and they’ll just continue to send messages swearing it’s not. If you just block them you’ll have no problems.

—— Sugar Baby

 

I’ve met quite a few scammers. They say they are going to send mOney and ask for a bank account, I tell them I don’t have One and ask if they can wire me mOney to open One and they stop talking all together. One guy proceeded to ask if I had a credit card when I said I didn’t have a bank account. Be very careful what information you send to who, make sure you are protecting yourself.

—— Sugar Baby

Never give out bank info PayPal only because it’s only my fourth day on here and all of. The dADDies that have messaged me. Have all been scammers asking for my bank info and shit I’ve never been a sugar baby before but one thing I know is I’ll be damned if gone be dumb enough to get scammed so of he says he don’t do pay pal he is lying all REAL DADDIES DO PAY PAL

—— Sugar Baby

I am new to this site but I’m pretty sure there are plenty of scammers out there. I am hoping not to run into one, and I do know that you should not give your personal information out to anyone until you are sure they are not a scammer. I also know if you do meet, first and/or second date should definitely be around others no questions asked and he should pay all or half if its an eating date.

—— Sugar Baby

 

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xoxo,
Charlene From Yellgar

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