Report A Bad Guy
BEEN SCAMMED BY A FAKE SD?
TELL YOUR STORY HERE
If you’ve been burned by a man who represented himself as a Sugar Daddy, or if you had a bad or frightening experience with an SD or potential, we encourage you to report them here by posting a comment below.
As long as these scammers keep getting away with it, they will continue to burn, harass, or attack women. Only when we band together and raise our voices to out the bad guys will we finally be able to stop them.
While the majority of men who have profiles at dating sites like Seeking Arrangement, Seeking Millionaire, SugarDaddie4Me, Sugar Daddie, or who post SD personals ads on Craig’s List are genuine, this site exists to out those who are not. We are not “anti-Sugar Daddy” – actually, we love this lifestyle and have met some wonderful men through these avenues! Meeting a sugar daddy online can be very exciting, and these arrangements can turn into mutually rewarding relationships.
Again, we repeat – MOST gentlemen who advertise themselves as sugar daddies are real, GOOD GUYS! It’s those few bad apples we ladies have to watch out for.
The fakes, flakes, stalkers, nutcases, and all-around bums out there in the world of SD dating have made it so much more difficult for the GOOD GUYS to get a date, and have made it even more dangerous for Sugar Babes to navigate the already treacherous road of finding an honest, sweet Sugar Daddy. So let’s call the BAD GUYS out on their b.s. and expose them here so that potential SB’s will be alerted and hopefully not make the mistake another girl before her made!
ALL women looking for a Sugar Daddy should cross-reference this website and use the search box at the top of the page to research a potential SD candidate BEFORE agreeing to go out with him. Search his username, city, state, or profile number to find out if he’s already been reported for bad behaviour with previous women — if you’ll take a few minutes to do this before accepting that first date, it could save you a lot of time and headaches. Who knows? It might even save your life.
RULES FOR POSTING:
1) You may post the name, user handle/id and/or profile number of the offender, and the city, state, and country in which they reside. You may post a physical description and/or a link to their SD dating profile/photos. You may include employer info/occupation, email addresses and phone numbers. However much information you choose to include (or not) is up to you. However, please note that names of close family members (wives, children, parents) , street addresses for their home or work, are prohibited. If you post this, your comment will be edited or deleted.
2) Be sure to identify which SD dating site you met them through (Seeking Arrangment, Sugar Daddie, SugarDaddyforMe, AshleyMadison, Backpage, Craig’s List, etc..). You may quote their profile or paste a link to it in your complaint below. You DO NOT have to identify yourself or give your profile/user id unless you choose to make that information public. The whole purpose for this site is for women to be able to post their stories without fear of retaliation from the men they are posting a complaint against. We ask only that you provide a valid email address should one of our site administator’s need to contact you regarding your post. This information will NEVER be shared with ANYONE else. Again, you MUST provide a valid email address or your report will not get posted! This is required!
3) Please be as specific as possible in your complaint: give a full rundown of events and what exactly happened. How did this man describe himself, what promises did he make, what promises did he default on? If he made you feel uncomfortable, attempted to sexually harass or abuse you, or stalked you, please share as many details as you can without compromising your identity or safety. What happened when the date didn’t go well or the relationship ended? If you were abused, did you file charges? If you were stalked, did you have to file a protective order against him? The more details you can provide, the better other women in a similar situation can learn the red flags to watch out for when screening a potential SD.
4) Do not use obscene language or graphic descriptions of sexual activity, unless it is a direct quote from a private exchange you had with this individual (such as, if he specifically demanded sexual acts from you in exchange for money, used sexually harassing/insulting language to you, etc…). You may post excerpts from any pertinent written communications you had with the offender, such as email, IM, text messages or letters here, but PLEASE be sure to remove any identifying information about yourself such as your phone numbers, personal email addresses, home address, etc… before posting it below.
5) You understand and agree that by reporting a fake sugar daddy here you are solely and legally responsible for anything you say. Your opinions and experiences are wholly your own, and we encourage you to share them, but posting libelous attacks strictly for the sake of vengeance or to destroy an innocent man’s reputation will not be tolerated. Consider very carefully what you post and what the personal and legal ramifications for you might be BEFORE you post anything here. We are not responsible for the user-submitted content on this site. We do our best to double-check reports when there is some doubt or dispute (that’s why you must provide a working email address), but there’s just no way we can police every single comment to ensure whether or not it is accurate.
6) This blog is run BY women FOR women, and only Sugar Babes may post here. Men are NOT allowed to post here at all. Guys, it’s not that we aren’t sympathetic to the fact that there are plenty of scamming women out there on these SD dating websites too, and that there’s two sides to every story. But we don’t want to get in the middle of flame wars/disputes between feuding SD’s and SB’s. That is why we are only interested in hearing one side of the story on this blog: the ladies’ side. Gents, if you want to defend yourself, tell your side of the story, or help protect other legitimate SD’s from fake Sugar Babes or Sugar Mammas, we heartily encourage you to go start your own website. You’d be providing a valuable service to the SD dating community as well.
7) If you previously filed a report and wish to have it removed from the blacklist, please post a comment requesting removal if the original alert. YOU MUST INCLUDE A VALID EMAIL ADDRESS! We will contact you privately to verify that the removal request really comes from you, that you and the gentleman have in fact worked out the issue, and that you are are not changing your mind under any duress or threat. Then – and only then – will your alert be removed from the list.
8 – If you are a man and feel your name has been reported to the blacklist in error, please see this page for instructions on how to have your name removed.
All that having been said, post away, ladies! Just fill out the “comment” form below. All comments are moderated, so please be patient while we review them all. Your comment should appear on the site within 24-48 hours. You will recieve an email letting you know when it has been approved.