What I like, don't like, and if it's legit or a scam.
SugarDaddie.com is tailor made for people who want to find a sugar daddy or want to become one.
It’s an independent and popular dating site dedicated to matching successful men and attractive women.
It’s the first dating site of its kind, and it gets many thousands of visitors per month. Media recognition is part of the reason for this. The service has been featured on Good Morning America, Dr. Phil, and The Richard & Judy Show in the UK.
Setting up your profile is simple. Along with standard questions, you’re asked if you’re looking for a strictly sugar daddie/sugar babe relationship or if you’re open for more.
All photos have to be in good taste and can’t be too provocative or show any nudity.
You can search the database according to country (US, UK, Australia, Canada, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland).
You also select your preferred ethnicity, age range, and appearance details (height, weight, etc).
I like the fact that the free membership allows you to read each members full profile and see their pictures.
Men’s profiles will display their yearly income range and estimated worth.
I Don’t Like...
I'm a little disappointed with the range of search options. For example, you can only search by state or an entire country. You can’t narrow location down to a specific city or zip code. Most dating sites allow this.
I was a little surprised at the lack of features. For example, some dating sites allow you to upload audio or video to your profile. Other sites have more extensive search tools. And some will optionally send you text messages when you receive a notice.
Other than those two things, I find that the website serves its purposel.
Is it a scam?
My scam detector did not go off when I checked out the website. Here are two things I look for when I assess whether a dating site is a scam operation or not.
1. Are there too many perfect pictures? This one is a dead giveaway. If every other picture looks too perfect, like it was cut straight from a magazine, then you have a shady dating site.
There are a lot of hot women at SugarDaddie.com, but what would you expect? I pulled up about 20 different profiles and did not see any pictures that looked perfectly airbrushed.
2. Do I receive messages too soon after signing up? Some dating sites have phony messages sent automatically to entice you to upgrade your membership for a chance to reply to your message.
How do I know when I get phony messages?
If I set up a profile with no pictures and two sentences, and a perfect 10 who lives halfway around the world writes me saying she wants to get to know me, I would have to be a fool to believe it.