Into the Mind of a Fake Sugar Daddy

16 Apr

Ah, the fake sugar daddy. The most despised creature by all sugar babies around the world Well, it turns out he has a blog. And on it – he shares some of his most intimate secrets, basically a how-to guide for aspiring fake sugar daddies.

Here’s a snippet from the Fake Sugar Daddy:

I have a few rules for a Fake Sugar Daddy, these are to keep you safe(r) from blackmail, extremely awkward situations, and to ensure you have a great time!

  • Create new accounts specifically for this.
    • I recommend Gmail for email and GTalk
    • Yahoo for their IM although 18-21 year old women don’t seem to IM as much anymore
    • Skype
    • Google Voice account and number, don’t give out your real number!  Only give out your new Google Voice number.
    • Make sure the accounts can’t be traced back to you easily.  This means don’t register with your real first and last names.  First name is ok if it’s a common first name, but you don’t want these women looking you up on Facebook or even worse showing up at your door to “surprise you”.
  • Don’t tell anyone where you live.
    • If you live in a small town or smaller city register on the websites as living near a larger city.  Then you can tell them later that you live in a suburb that’s easier for you to get to and just say you said you lived in the city “because no one from out of town knows where that is”  This will make you easier to find on the Sugar Daddy websites and harder to find if you happen upon a psycho.
    • If you already live in the bigger city register as living in the city just don’t tell anyone what area.  Be vague!
    • I’ve never once had anyone ask me to be specific about where I live so don’t worry too much about it.
  • Don’t put you face up on a Sugar Daddy website
    • Blur your pic, black bar your eyes, anything.  A lot of those sites use member pics in their ads, that could be tough to explain to friends and family later.

A lot of the sugar daddy websites are already flooded with these fake sugar daddies using potential sugar babies for sex so the chances of you running into one during your search is pretty high. Make sure you’re prepared to deal with fake sugar daddies by doing a diligent check on his background – seriously, Google everything. In case you want a list of tips on keeping yourself safe from these con artists, this is one of the best articles I’ve found.

The gist of it is…do all the research you possibly can. And, as every successful sugar baby knows: nobody is your sugar daddy until you’ve gotten an allowance. If he behaves like one, demands anything of you, or even so much as expects anything – tell him to take a hike. He ain’t a sugar daddy ’til he’s giving you sugar.


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