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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

More students are selling themselves online

Sulaiman Kamal | 4:27 PM | | | | Best Blogger Tips

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An increasing number of female students are selling themselves online.
These students, who are mostly still in college, have taken to the Internet in search of wealthy suitors who are willing to offer financial assistance in exchange for sex, companionship or both.
SeekingArrangement.com, a website that brokers such hook-ups, says business is booming.

With the economy in a perennial tailspin, the 20-somethings have had it tough during the last couple of years, Brandon Wade, the website’s founder told theHuffington Post.
Wade claimed the website has about 800,000 members, of which 35 percent are students.
“College students are one of the biggest segments of our sugar babies and the numbers are growing all the time,” said Wade.
Fresh graduates also make up a sizable demographic on the website.
Wade said he identified clients who could be students via their .edu e-mail addresses, which his site will scan through before any account is activated.
To date, over 82,000 profiles on the website contain one or more of the following keywords: school, college, university, money for school, student debt, college debt, tuition or college expenses.
Taylor (not her real name), a 22-year-old student who is a member of the website, said SeekingArrangement.com has helped her set-up arrangements with ‘sugar daddies” that earned her up to S$3,000 (RM9000) a month.

She recalled her experience with a sugar daddy in Greenwich, Connecticut in the United States last May.

The man had picked her up from a train station before driving her to the largest house she had ever seen.
They spent some time at the pool before moving to his bedroom. She spent the rest of the day with him.

On the drive back to the station, he handed her US$350 (RM1050) in cash.
"I just wanted to get it over and done with as quickly as possible, pay off my debt and move on" said the college student.

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