Tips to Spot Scammers on Sugar Daddy Dating Sites

Dating ScamsScammers are everywhere, and sugar daddy dating sites are not safe from them. No one wants to become a victim of someone that takes advantage of the anonymity that Internet allows, nor does anyone want to be disappointed by a scammer when all the person is seeking is a honest relationship.

At first glance we would think that it is not easy to be scammed on a sugar daddy dating site, after all, a screen protects you and, besides, you evaluate the profiles of the people you may get in touch or not.

But, are you sure you know what signs to look after to protect yourself from being scammed? Most likely not, so let us overview some tips that will help you spot scammers on sugar daddy dating sites besides getting hurt, emotionally or financially.

Look at his pictures carefully.

If someone only has one or two images in his profile, you can start doubting. After all, why isn't he showing more about himself and his lifestyle? Considering that some men may be only protecting their privacy, once you start texting with him, ask him for more and recent images. If he refuses to do so under any silly excuse, it would be good not to waste your time anymore. If he has nothing to hide, and if his lifestyle is as glamorous as he claims, why wouldn’t he send you pictures?

Try to set a cam chat.

So the guy has a plethora of photos in his profile account. He looks handsome, he seems to be keeping the sort lifestyle you want. He travels, drives a nice car, his house is amazing, he even goes shopping and dining to the best places in town. He definitely seems to be a great candidate, the sugar daddy you wished to find. He just looks perfect! Nevertheless, if you have been texting each other, why don't you propose a webcam chat? If he doesn't have anything to hide, and if he actually is that good looking daddy, why would he reject your proposal? If he does, it would be like a red flag.

Financial information.

Now, let's suppose the man convinced you that he is real, you saw his photos and maybe even had some nice conversations through video messaging. So you are determined to come to an agreement. In fact, you already came into terms with him. Of course, now he will have to show his generosity and send you the agreed amount. Here is where most scams take place on sugar dating sites. The man asks you for the needed information to send you money. He asks for your name, bank account, and password so as make it easier. Run away. You know, the easiest and safest way is to give him your Paypal address, and there is nothing easier than that for a transaction.

If you already met him.

Maybe you already met him face to face on a first date, or even more than once. But so far he hasn't shown a single dollar. He gives you silly excuses and promises to give you the money next week. I would suspect of that guy. He is trying to get advantage of you, go out with a sexy babe, have sex, and all for free.

He asks for nude pictures.

A last useful advice is to never send compromising pictures, nudes until you have verified the identity of the candidate and already made an agreement. He could be just trying to take advantage of you, or even be an extortionist, or use your sexy picture who knows where.