Targeting College Students & Economically Vulnerable

Student Experiences

A former sugar baby and college student stated the experiences had “affected my mental health a lot” and that they now “regret that I had to turn to doing that just to survive.”

Another former sugar baby and college student stated: “Without a doubt, you are putting yourself in an extremely vulnerable position. There is a reason the men have chosen SeekingArrangement over eHarmony.com and that is to have sex with younger girls.” In the same article, one sugar daddy said, “I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that having a very young sugar makes an already exciting experience even hotter.”

One student who signed up on SeekingArrangement noted the vulnerability of being a student on the site, saying “They [sugar daddies] know that you’re hard done by and I think a lot of the time they push their luck because as students we are in a bracket of society that is less likely to say no.”


SeekingArrangement currently claims to have more than 3 million college students on its platform.

“Why hope for financial aid when you can guarantee it with a sugar daddy?” says Brandon Wade, the site’s founder and CEO. “Student loans lead to endless debt, which amounts to more than a new graduate can handle.”

 

SeekingArrangement targets students struggling with student debt.

2020 Seeking Arrangement promotional video highlighting student debt.

SeekingArrangement gives “Free Premium Memberships” to students who sign up with their school email addresses.

 

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