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Sugar Daddy Asking for Bank Info: What Info Should You Share?

So you’ve got a sugar daddy asking for bank info. The request has got your spidey senses tingling and your gut says something is not right.

And yet, it’s tempting. He says he needs it to send you the large allowance he’s promised you! All you need to do is provide the bank info. And then your financial worries go away.

But should you?

Not until you read this article. It’s a quickie and we apologize in advance if it comes off a bit harsh. It was written frantically because we’ve gotten a whole bunch of comments and emails on the exact same question:

“There’s a sugar daddy asking for bank info, should I give it to him?”

If it’s just one sugar baby who’s asking the question, it’d be bad. But since there are several sugar babies that are pondering the same thing, this absolutely must be addressed. In detail.

Here’s everything you need to know about what information you can share and what information you should NEVER share with a sugar daddy.

Sugar Daddy Asking for Bank Login?

To share or not to share? Absolutely NOT

There is absolutely no scenario where a potential sugar daddy should ever need to have your bank login info. None.

In fact, even if you’ve been with a sugar daddy for years and you have tons of trust and respect for him – even then, he does not need to know your bank login ID and password.

No real sugar daddy would even ask for this information.

Actually, no one has the right to ask for this information. Not even your closest friends. Not the bank teller. And definitely not a man you just met. It’s not only a huge invasion of privacy, it’s utterly unnecessary.

The next time a potential sugar daddy asks you for this information – no matter what his reason – do yourself a favor and block him immediately. Then, do other sugar babies a solid and report the scammer to the sugar daddy website or social media platform you met him on.

Sugar Daddy Asking for Bank Info?

To share or not to share? Not recommended unless you’re in an arrangement with someone you trust

A sugar daddy asking for bank information like your account number or routing number is not an automatic red flag. BUT it’s not information you give out to just anybody.

Do not give your bank account number out to any random potential sugar daddy who wants to send you money.

Sure, a bank account number is not exactly “private” (i.e. anyone you give a check to can see it) but it is still something that can be used to withdraw money from your account.

Protect it by not giving it out unless you’re in an arrangement with a sugar daddy you trust who wants to deposit your allowance into your account. Make sure you know enough about this man – what he does, where he works, etc. – before you entrust him with your details.

Under no circumstances should you send this information to a self-proclaimed sugar daddy you’ve just started chatting with and have never met.

Is It Safe to Use Your Real Name?

To share or not to share: Sharing is okay

This one is obviously not that risky and totally up to you whether you decide to share or not.

We personally recommend going by a pseudonym in all the initial phases of corresponding with any potential sugar daddy. Once you have an arrangement with a man you trust, then you can disclose your real name.

Whether you choose to use your real name, a full pseudonym, or just a fake first name all depends on how much privacy you want to have from your sugar life. Overall, this one’s entirely up to you.

Can You Tell a Sugar Daddy Your Address?

To share or not to share: Okay when in an arrangement, but not recommended

Sharing your address is not really an identity theft threat concern. It’s more of a privacy thing.

And it depends entirely on you. You may not like the idea of potential sugar daddies knowing where you live. Why? Because it’s the one place you can always be reached.

This is worth keeping in mind because there are some sugar daddies who seem to be laboring under the delusion that allowance = some sort of claim over their sugar baby.

So our recommendation is this. Until you are in an arrangement with a sugar daddy you trust and know to be respectful of boundaries, refrain from sharing where you live. If it makes you feel safer, you can even lie about your neighborhood. It may be paranoid, but your privacy is sacrosanct.

If a potential sugar daddy wants to send you gifts? Easy. Give him your P.O. Box address. They cost nearly nothing and provide a world of secure anonymity.

What About Your Place of Work or School?

To share or not to share: Sharing is okay, depends on the person

This one is really up to you. But we recommend that you wait to share where you went to school or where you work until you know that a potential sugar daddy is both trustworthy and has no real connection to those places.

The last thing you want to do is jeopardize anything in your non-sugar life.

If you are meeting a potential sugar daddy for the first time or otherwise don’t know enough about him, you can keep everything general:

  • “I finished my undergrad in Boston”
  • “I’m involved with emergency care”

That’s usually good enough. I mean, it’s not a job interview.

Can You Share Your Social Security Number?

To share or not to share: Hell NO, under no circumstance

Seriously, nobody you’re entering into an arrangement with needs to know your social security number.

If he says it’s because he wants to get you an extra credit card on his account but under your name, just say “No thanks, I prefer cash. Or a prepaid credit card will do just fine.”

If he says it’s because he wants to put your on his payroll for tax purposes, say “No thanks, I’m not really looking for formal employment. Plus, you do know that if I’m paying taxes on my sugar baby allowance, you’re going to have to give me an extra xx% of the amount I asked for, right?”

Seriously, do not share your social security number with anyone. If he asks, write him off as a no-go, no matter how promising he seems.

What About Your Driver’s License Number?

To share or not to share: What?! Why?!

There is really no reason in the world why a sugar daddy should ask for your driver’s license number, unless he is also your rental car agent. Which, I’m guessing, he’s not.

Okay, on a more serious note – of course there are always exceptions. A potential sugar daddy may ask for your driver’s license number if you’ll be traveling to see him and he wants to rent a car for you. If it’s a sugar daddy you are in an arrangement with and whom you trust, sharing your driver’s license number probably isn’t a big deal.

If it’s a potential sugar daddy you’ve just met but will be traveling to see, we recommend asking for the funds to book your own travel arrangements. Keep your personal identity numbers to yourself. Even your driver’s license number can be used to commit identity theft.

How Much Should a Sugar Baby Share?

Sugar daddies can ask a lot of questions. It’s up to you to decipher which ones are and aren’t appropriate. And you never have to answer anything that you decide will put you in a risky situation.

When asked for personal information, always ask yourself:

Do I know and trust this person? The level of risk associated with sharing something about yourself with a person you’ve met several times, confided in, and generally have a relationship with is pretty low. On the other hand, if you’ve never met someone in real life or have a real relationship with them, the risks are much, much higher.

What’s the worst that can happen? When it comes to a sugar daddy asking for bank info, the worst that can happen is he could rob you of all your money. Letting a stranger know your social security number can, at worst, result in identity theft.

Similarly, telling a potential sugar daddy you barely know about your workplace may jeopardize your job. But sharing that your favorite color is viridian? A little side eye is the worst that can happen.

Asking yourself what’s the worst that can happen by sharing a piece of personal information is an easy way to determine whether you should or shouldn’t tell. If you’re okay with the level of risk, then go for it. If not, keep it under wraps.

All of this might sound a little secretive, maybe paranoid, but it’s really not. There are so many ways to share who you are with a potential sugar daddy without disclosing compromising personal information.

Feel free to talk expansively about topics you’re passionate about, your interests, your hobbies and even more qualitative details about your life. But in general, the safest way is to keep your personal information to yourself.

Last updated on May 12, 2023

93 thoughts on “Sugar Daddy Asking for Bank Info: What Info Should You Share?”

  1. Every sugar daddy I have came across says they wanna put me on their payroll,so I need a bank. Then others say they need the same thing cuz they have a business and their account officer handles their stuff or something similar, so they need online access.

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      • Yes recently, a few sugar daddys immediately ask me for my info without really getting to know me. Getting a wierd vibe and having mistrust with the dark web. Most recently I argued with a random man about getting my bank info which was a tell tell sign. If your talking to someone from 10-20 minutes and they ask for info to send when they really dont know you. In the end he said he was tired of arguing and admitted he is a scammer. Watch out lady’s they are scamming us.and if they sound like they are from Africa or have foreign accent

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    • this just happened to me. its crazy. i literally told him if he was serious there are other ways like PayPal, venmo. that he can send me money through. guess what. he basically told me goodbye. he stopped writing. why you ask? well because its a scam. don’t be fooled. you are the sugar baby. but if a sugar daddy really wants you he will do what makes you feel comfortable.

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    • I just gotten taken for my own money and now he is threatening me my life and safety. He keeps trying to Snapchat me and then tells me that he needs to me to use the money he first told me was for my allowance for another female because that 1 st sugar baby keeps bothering him and was upset towards him & would not stop calling. Then he told me I was the 1 who scammed him out of the same money Which was never true because my bank account shows that he has started doing reversal charges on items like Best buy which I have proof that I return the item and also I was on camera inside the Best buy location. I never will be trusting no more websites at all on all truth because of this is the 3 low life loser. It is sicken how they think it is fun and games. Until they did get tracked and now he keeps trying to apologize and starts saying he willingly give me money for me not to report . Yet it is too late now.

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  2. What if he asks to send you a check? I mean I still think it’s a scam because he wanted to send 2,000$ over email never spoke on the phone or anything but I feel like the info I would have to provide him with to issue me a check he could use against me no? He asked for my full name
    Age
    Occupation
    Address
    Cell#
    Felt like that was fishy…please help. I stopped talking to him but just for future reference. Thank you!

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    • Hi Nina, that’s just weird. There’s no point in even thinking what he’s planning on doing with that information – maybe he just collects personal info to sell to companies. Either way, if it feels really fishy – it’s best to drop it. There are other fish in the sea. Good on you for moving on from this one!

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  3. My POT wants my banking info because he is out of the country and says that’s the only want to send money. He is saying he has a banker but I don’t know if I trust him. He seems genuine and wanted me to delete my profile on SA.

    He also sends me pictures regularly and actually seems legit. IDK what to do.

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    • @jackie I literally had the same exact thing happen to me. They’re out of the country and they have their banker handle all of their money. Needed my login and password info and then when I asked him to prove to me that he was real he got mad and told me bye and that he just wanted to spoil me but I didn’t want to help myself.

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      • Omg the same thing happened to me. He asked me what would I like for allowance and the. I told him and then he said he will have his accountat send me a cheque and ask for my first and last name my bank number and branch number. Then as we continued talking and exchanged photos he said his accountant needs my user name and password for my online banking so that she can deposit a cheque and that made no sense to me. I refused and then I became skeptical as to what can he do with my account number and branch number and name? And he got angry and said I don’t trust him what could he possibly do if he doesn’t have my SSN, and that if I don’t trust him I can take all the money off my account and change the password after the deposit is made. I told him I want to get to know him better first before we bring in any money issue because it was all strange :/

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    • Same thing happened to me.. he wanted my bank information. i told him we just met and i don’t trust him. he sent me pictures of himself and he also told me to delete my profile on SA. because he wants me to only focus on him and only him. but he wants me banking info. you know what i told him. i told him there is PayPal, and venmo .. if he is really down them he has to go my way to make me feel comfortable. if he doesn’t agree then bye..

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    • I had one recently, sending me pictures of him AND his daughter, deposit a check into my account. The check essentially bounced and put my account in the red. Haven’t heard from him since. So Beward Ladies!

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    • Same with mine! Said it was a trust thing. Then he said now that we have cleared the trust issue i need your info so i can give you your allowance. Thats ridiculous. Sorry but no.

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  4. For some reason I have a lot of older guys who want to pay me out and be my sugar daddy, so I let them…This one guy said he would send me 250$ every 3 days but he needed my Bank of America log in I.D and password I said why do you need my password he said because he only does “mobile check only” should I do it

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    • to anyone considering giving their bank account number or routing or login info, DON’T do it! it’s definitely a scam. This gives them access to drain your account. I had two POT SDs in the same day say that they had been “scammed” before on paypal (which is pretty much impossible, by the way, unless they gave their ex SB their login info) and the only way they could send me money was through mobile deposit. They wanted to write a check (which is why they needed the account number), login to my mobile banking app, and deposit the check through the app. I was googling for hours whether or not this could be a scam and kept telling them I don’t know enough about it and need to protect myself first. One of them said “I don’t understand why you are being so difficult, I just want to spoil you” which is crazy because he’d never met me or talked to me on the phone just like the other one who was saying the same thing. I ended up telling both of them it wasn’t going to work out because I was only going to accept paypal or cashapp from now on, and the one who called me difficult got mad at me and lashed out. I blocked both of their numbers and reported their profiles. Do not send any POTs your bank info and don’t send them pictures. I made that mistake after being promised $400, he even asked for my paypal. i’m not so naive anymore but it was frustrating when it happened. Don’t trust them until after you meet them and use your gut instinct always! If you get a bad feeling, politely ditch them because it’s not going to work out anyway. You can’t be in a relationship or arrangement with someone who creeps you out.

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  5. I have an issue that concerns that one sugar daddy that wants to send it through wanting my account information along with my username and password, and one that only does mobile deposits.. It has been fishy to me for a while now.

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  6. So this guy, asked for my account number name,user and password. My stupid ass sent my account number but he sent me pictures of him and his drivers license. I asked if he could use PayPal or email it. But he said his financer doesn’t do that.

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    • Mine also says that I “don’t want to help myself” and he just wants to spoil me. I ALMOST fell for it. Then I pulled back and was like…wait honey…he was offering a mobile deposit if I gave my login info. He also says he “his lawyer doesn’t allow him to do business with Bank of America”. I now assume this is because BOA is extremely secure.

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    • I’m running into that same situation right now. He says he’s following his bankers advice because last time he got scammed and the girl stopped talking to him after a huge pay out.

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  7. I have one and he paid my Credit cards off and he asked me for my login information I gave it To him and it seems legit but idk he disappeares for a little while then comes back

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    • So that is similar to me, never a sugar baby before came out of no where. They paid off my CC, I gave them my login/username/password and they made a full payment and it cleared and then a week later asked me to get 15 $100 Itunes( Red Flag) but now i am stuck in the middle….. since my cc is paid off. Do I go and do this or cut off and cut up the card or cancel it?

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      • This literally is the same thing that happened to me! Once he asked me to get the cards for him I told him no and called my bank and told them I don’t know who made that payment and it wasn’t me. They were able to reverse the payment and I stoped talking to him. He got really made that I did that

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  8. Lord, I’m dealing with a similar situation. A sugar daddy has scoped me out. I’ve never really been involved in anything like this and I only barely turned 18, so believe me when I say I know nothing about this line of work. My main thing is he claims he is out of country rn and that his account manager needs my account name, number, routing number, and my online login. Should I just dilvulge this information?

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  9. There was 3 different sugar daddies asking for my banking info and i told all of them to get paypal or a money sending app. Theres so much fraud and nonsense going around nowadays.

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  10. I’m new to the site and the 2 sugar daddies I met want me to make a bank account they said it’s the only way for them to send money to me are they scammers ?

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    • Any person with a bank account can send money through paypal or anycash app do not fall for it! If they say that they can only send through bank info then run away!!!

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  11. What about routing and account numbers? I’ve had 4 people ask me for those and I don’t know if I should trust it or not or if I should just ignore it.

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    • Don’t ever just ignore them people, REPORT THEM ON THE SITE THAT YOU FOUND THEM ON…. If a SD likes the photos you sent to them and wants to be your sugar daddy, He will find a real and truthful way to get that money to you if he has to walk it to you him self… Never give out ANY info of your banking or anything… If he wants to be with you at all, he will go many extra miles to make sure you get what you are asking for in terms of money. Please report anyone who asks for your account info to the site you found them on and tell them what the situation is, so the site admins can remove and block these people and protect future SB’s from the same!!! Use your heads peoples…!! Tell those SD’d that you don’t have a bank account because you have no money. If they will send you some money then maybe you can start up a bank account, but until then, YOU DON”T HAVE AN ACCOUNT. They will stop responding to you most likely and that right there will tell you they are scams! If they want to argue with you about whatever then that right there tells you that they aren’t going to be very good SD’s also. Again, If a man wants to be in your life as a SD, he will get the money to you if he has to bring it to your door himself! Trust me. He would be glad to arrive at your door, after he has seen those pics of your butt you probably sent him…

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  12. This guy on SUDY just tried to scam me. He said he is an aviation teacher in Paris and that he would send me an allowance of $400 weekly but he needs my bank info and login. He then got mad because I kept asking him question. Saying that he can’t use a cash app or paypal because he only has checks but he can snap a picture of the check and put it in my account. “Let me show you that I’m serious bu giving me your info”

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    • Girl I think the same guy scammed me! I’m trying to get my money back. He paid my credit card off but the payments reversed so I went over my limit and now I’m fucked. Any suggestions would be helpful!

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  13. I’m have a somewhat similar problem as everyone else. I’ve been using an app, SugarD, not a website and all of these men are in Europe, or other countries and a lot of these men’s English is awful. It comes off to me as if English is their second or 3rd language and their in buttfuck nowhere in Africa or something. I’ve opened a separate account with a different bank just for sugar daddies bc I didn’t want them having my full bank & savings. But when I show any type of hesitation, the men always say “trust me. Am not gonna do that to you” also they use “am” instead of “i’m” weird… I’ve had one guy get angry at me for not sharing my account info and said, “if you think am going to scam you, lose my number” but the money he promised was too good. He even showed me a screen shot of all the money in his bank account. 12 mil euros, under the same name, so that seemed legit. Then once I gave him my account info and password he said the money would come today and he just fell off the face of the earth. Another man fell off the face of the earth once I gave him the info. I changed my password, but what else should I do to secure my account and my identity? The account is empty, I removed all my money out. But should I close the account to be safe in terms of my identity? How can I tell if someone is being genuine when asking for my bank info given they’re in another country? It makes sense to me if they’re across the world but they all say they have to drop of the information off at their financial advisor and stuff. One time I even said I will only do Venmo or Paypall and the dipped hella quick. Any and ALL advice would be lovely.

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    • Please read these articles on avoiding scams – here and here. It’s even more helpful to keep in mind that in 99.9999% of cases – if they’re in a foreign country, you two have never met, and they ask for your bank information…it’s a scam. Guaranteed.

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  14. My sugar daddy wants my account and route number! So I give it to him. He told me he wants to put me on his payroll? But I don’t what to do. He seems legit.

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  15. What if the sugar daddy wants to give you his account and routing number to add to your credit card account so you can pay your bill. I’m just super paranoid. Can he get any of my information?

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  16. Multiple SD’s habe asked me for bank information to send money I don’t have bank account and not going to open up one what made me suspicious is who ask people they never met for they bank information this crazy makes me think they all out to get thanks to this blog I know they not right and I will never give nobody my bank information if I had one I’m not stupid

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  17. I am new to this whole thing and I am very glad that I came across this site. I recently decided to look for a sugar mom and many of them, ask for my bank information including login and password. They explain that they have been scammed by previous sugar babies and want to keep tabs on what I am doing with the money. I said no to couple of them, some left and others are still here. I am not sure what to do because they insist that they cannot send money without my information.

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  18. So I just met this guy today he offered to be my sugar daddy he told me story about his child hood and what he do. He said he’s in the army then he told me that he need my bank information to send my allowance I was not too sure on give it to him he want me to open a credit card at a new bank so he send me the money then he told that he can’t really video call I guess he claim he at the base shit idk ? but anyway after that he was so quick to get off and go to sleep. Please help me out and tell me what should I do

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  19. im currenly going through this my daddy is now asking for me to open a bank account for us to share and said that he no longer uses paypal as he lost a large amount. he says he wants me to do this so my allowance will be aromatic?

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  20. This is what happened to me.
    I want you to create PayPal account and buy an amazon gift card I can not transfer to a PayPal directly due to some reasons when you buy the amazon gift card I am gonna activate and link it to my personal account and make a transfer to it I will give you a code which you will use to link it to your bank account or PayPal account which will make the cash available to your bank account or PayPal account in two hours.
    You need to hold the card physically Baby You can easily get the card at any Walmart store pharmacy store in the market or gas stations near you for $100 or $50 any one you can afford but the $100 Amazon gift card will be better when you buy the card I am gonna link the pin on the card to my personal after the link up is complete i will transfer $2000 your weekly allowance to the card and when I get the transfer successfully code then I will link the card pin again to our PayPal account and and code then it will clear into your PayPal account in two hour.
    This seems suspicious am I right to be concerned

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    • This is what I’m going through right now, I say no that I can not afford an Amazon card or won’t be going to the store and one sugar daddy lashed out at me asking if I didn’t trust him, and I’ve had other who say they do bank transfers and I gave one of them my info, but now I don’t know what to do. I don’t want to get scammed as I have money in there and I strictly said that money was for college.

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    • Amazon cards are not reloadable– once you use the PIN and spend the money it’s gone. So once you give it to him- he gets a free $100 and you’ll never see him again. Think about it– if all you needed was a physical card and to give him the PIN so he could link to it and load it– you could simply buy a $5 card.

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  21. I actually have a sugar Moma who asked for my bank details as well… I told her I didn’t feel comfortable doing it so I told her to send me a picture of the check front and back and I’ll deposit it for now… she said okay and I haven’t herd from her sense..

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  22. So I met this potential SD in SA.com and he asked me to open a bank account which I did, he said that in that way he would be able to send me money a lot easier. But now he’s asking for my log in info (username and password) and I told him I didn’t feel comfortable and he started saying reasons why I should trust him. What do I do?? Now I am stuck with this bank account which is completely new and I don’t know what to do.

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  23. A “sugar daddy” was looking for a new sugar baby on tindr and he found my profile and he had immediately offered me to be his sugar daddy. he asked me a couple questions; nothing to do with and bank info. he proposed my salary. $400 a month. he only asked for my bank username and password he didn’t want anything else. he says that he only can do check deposits. he claims to be a military man. that’s all i know about him. of course i only seen the profile picture. i think its a scam and i use to work for a bank so i know that no one ever needs a bank login. i ask for his other “sugar babies” number. now i never shared a sugar daddy. i need to know if this is a scam?

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  24. Just so everyone is aware, when they ask you for your account info and deposit money, they are laundering money through you, and YOU can end up in prison over it. Don’t don’t don’t do it!!!!

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  25. Recently been on the website seeking arrangements! And a lot of the men I’ve come across have evening me the scenarios that they can’t use 3rd parties cash apps like cash app, PayPal, or even money gram to send my allowance because they said there accounts get flagged.. and one guy did send me a check via email and once I verified it online it came back invalid and never heard from him! But yes I have had the same issue about them needing my mobile bank log in

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  26. Could you give some advice on how to proceed after you’ve been scammed? I was really naive and did it and my account then got closed for fraudulent activity. They sent me checks and now I don’t know what to do.

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  27. I have a potential sugar daddy and he is asking for my account number and routing number and also my name. He says that he will send me money and that if I could pay his bills with some the money he send me and that he will send me extra for myself, I don’t know if this is legit I need help it’s my first time.

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  28. I gave a sugar daddy my banking info and I’m paranoid now as to what’s going to happen to the money I already have in my account, I’m new to the sugar baby business and I strictly told him it was for college. He told me he could only do bank transfers and then said he would deposit a check into my account. Any help or advice? I plan on changing my password.

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  29. I have a potential sugar daddy. He’s willing to make an arrangement but wanted me to be on his company’s payroll. He also said he’s uncomfortable doing money apps because he said he got scammed from doing that. I don’t want to send my bank login information but it sounds so convincing because they said I can remove the money I have inside if I really wanted to. Should I do it? They also said if I don’t want to, that they can help in other ways.

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    • One said the same thing to me and said they got hacked from using PayPal which is weird and I told him I made a bank account and now she wants the password and stuff to it so I wouldn’t send if I were you

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  30. My bank account is overdrawn.. No money in it.. My sugar daddy to be is asking for my mobile bank info..is it safe cause there’s no money in it? .. Or is this some kind of scam too?

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  31. im so glad I found this! a potential sugar mommy wanted to send me $900 on only day 2 of chatting. asked for my acct info. when I suggested cash app or venmo “she” responded as if I shit in her shoes.

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  32. so the SD that i have been chatting with wants me to buy the Vanilla one cards ,
    then they want me to take a pic of the card an send them the info, when i started to ask questions they blocked me ,

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  33. I’ve been taking to this SD for a while and he asked for my bank info and I gave it to him because this was my first time. What did you guys (those who’ve been scammed like me) do with your accounts? Did you set up a new one or kept the same one? Thanks in advanced 🙁

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    • Don’t ever give your SD your bank info unless you really trust him and you two have been talking for a while. If you havnt already get a new account with your bank. My SD asked for all my bank account info because they said they don’t do veno or paypal if that’s the case it more then likely a scam. Protect yourself.

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  34. Hi. Um so i didnt read this before i did what i did and i know im so beyond stupid. I had just met this ‘sugar daddy’ and the next day….gave him my account and routing number user name and password. (Ive since changed my password) yesterday he deposited 2 checks into my account totalling $2800. He said 500 is mine and the rest is for donating to an orphanage that i guess he will tell me how later but im scared its a huge scam and i dont want to touch the money like at all because i dont know if it will bounce. Should i just close that account because he still has the account and routing #s? Please help idk what to do.

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    • Omg I’m on the same boat as you. I gave my bank info like a stupid idiot but luckily I have two bank accounts and there’s no money in the one that I gave information to but he said he wanted me to use 500 to buy him steam cards and I can keep the rest. I already withdrew 500 so now the account is on hold for the remaining balance but now I’m scared. Pls help!!!!

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  35. I gave my sugar daddy my bank info, and he has actually sent me real money, I’m still worried it might be a scam though because part of the money he has me transfer into bitcoin for him. I’m worried it might be money laundering, but he has reassured me 100 times over.. and every thing he says makes sense..

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  36. My SD that I was texting was trying to send me money and that he wont do paypal because his accounting officer told him not to use that because he will get scammed but tbh i feel like i am being scammed. I did give my account and routing # ( which is sooo stupid of me) but he seemed very trustworthy and sent me pictures of him and what he has. He kept saying he needs my log in info for my bank account because thats the only way to give me money. when i said all i can do is paypal or venmo he stopped talking to me which is so weird because he is normally so clingy. Now i am making a new bank account before he wipes me clean.

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  37. I met a sugar daddy, talked, he told me that he owns his construction business and right now they are not in the country. I know about scams, and so when we finally decided to do an arrangement, I kept saying paypal, however he told me his ex sb took a lot of money because he had linked his business card to HER paypal account. I told him I didnt HAVE a real bank, and he told me about Discover. So I created an account, with the thought that I wont put anything I earn outside of him on there, so if something bad happens it’s at least not taking my life”s savings. The mobile check his “account manager” deposited just cleared, but apparently he need to hire a new account manager cause someone tried to take $250 out of the account. Luckily Discover makes everything wait, so I was able to delete the “payment” before it processed.

    Am I being scammed? Or is this really just a bad account manager? The mobile check he deposited is a real business looking check?

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  38. Recently a sugar daddy added me on Snapchat they said they would pay me a lot of money every two days and again on the last day of the month and they needed my bank info so I called my bank and asked what info is needed for someone to wire you money and they said only an account number and routing number would be necessary so I sent that information but he then asked for my login info because he owns a casino and I need to be added to his payroll I continued to question him and he said that was the only way it would work and he wouldn’t budge. The reason I continued to entertain him is because in a previous conversation he sensed I was having doubts so he sent me his account information and I called his bank to check how much money was in the bank account (51 million to be exact) but i felt like something was wrong so I didn’t do it even though that money was extremely tempting all in all I blocked him and after reading all of these comments I know I made the right decision by not giving in also his snap score was only around 600 meaning it was a new account scammers getting more and more convincing so please if you read this DO NOT EVER GIVE OUT YOUR ACCOUNT INFO YOU MIGHT BE BROKE FOR AWHILE BUT YOU WILL STLL HAVE YOUR IDENTITY IF IT SOUNDS TOO GOOD TO BE TRUE IT IS!!!!!!!

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  39. so there was this lady i met that said she wanted me to be her SB we began to text and she literally text like a normal human being but then we started talking about an allowance, she asked me what banks i have which i told her CASH APP and CHIME then she goes and ask do my cash app have a routing number and account which it does and to give her the login so she can give it to her accountant that handles the payments and i can withdraw it myself … although this seems fishy… i even suggest she download the app herself to send it to me and she refuses and said she doesn’t need the app , her accountant handles her money .

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  40. so i have a “sugar mummy” who asked for my account holder name, email, and my banks name im not sure if its safe, i could really really use the money they sent me a screen shot of them emailing a check to another sugar baby for like almost $4,000 so i feel like its fake

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  41. So, I was desperate and I fell for this. I know I am an idiot and as much as I want to hide, I want to share the story so far. It happened with two sugar mommies. One sent my account a check for $2450. It was flagged as fraudulent, before it was deposited in the account. My account was closed and relationship terminated. I have no idea if they are going to pursue legal action at this time. I certainly hope not.

    Second happened at the same time. I told her I did not want any money and eliminated any connection to my accounts. She said she wanted to send me $500 from Zelle. So I gave my Zelle information. She then began bombarding me with text messages to use the money to buy BitCoin. I refused until the bank cleared it. It went into the same account as above, which just went on hold for fraud as she sent it. I did not know this at the time. I decided this was too suspicious and would send her the money back. I look in my Zelle history and there is no history of who it came from. After the account was closed I had a cashiers check for the Uber money I had and the $500. I deposited in my other bank. I checked into my emails to see if I could find any information on who sent me the $500. I found it in my junk mail. Now I do not know what to do.

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  42. So I have been talking to a POT SD for a couple weeks now. Found on MeetMe, which I normally ignore SD messages there’s because they are always the same exactly message from different fake profiles. This one did not state a specific amount or ask for any sexual favors, so I messaged back. They seem to carry great conversation ranging from kids (mine and their own) to gaming and specific movies. They asked for bank login information, which I’m dumb and desperate being a single unemployed mom of two. They have made a bank transfer of which I get to keep $1000 of. So not a check, it showed up as a pre authorized transfer from another bank. They claim to be overseas for the time being doing civil engineer work, which is a great money making profession. Since the transfer was from an existing bank and will take in total five business days to process, it seems legit. However, due to being overseas evidentially the last job he did in the US before leaving still hadn’t paid him. So due to being out of the country and talking to me hitting things off well, he had the check sent to me instead for me to deposit and then transfer to him. Which to me is a major red flag. He also asked me to use the rest of the first initial transfer to send back in the form of bitcoin. Which I refused. He didn’t seem angry really, but he did offer to send photos of his ID and SSN to prove he’s real. I still refused to use bitcoin through cash app, however he agreed to me suggesting Zelle or cash app once the funds are completely deposited. With the bank transfer he made to my account, in total it is $5000, minus the fee for him wiring it. So anything over $1000 is what I’m supposed to send back because supposedly his bank would not let him do that transfer with an amount under $5000. He has not gotten mean or offensive. However I received the check he claims was from his last job here and it’s $15,000. Which makes me nervous because why would he trust someone he’s never met face to face with that amount of money? He has not been harassing me about depositing the check, but he does ask at least once a day about if I’m going to deposit it in my bank by tomorrow. So I’m going to make an excuse as to why I can’t do it tomorrow and gauge the reaction. Aside from that I don’t know what to think of the situation because of the bank transfer starting to deposit. Since it’s a large amount the first amount deposited was $200, $800 tomorrow, then the rest Friday. Please help

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