“Sugar parents” pay off students’ debts

The search of “sugar daddies” by students to pay off their debts, the Trump’s Administration partly bears the responsibilities for it.

According to a SeekingArrangment website, U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is “seemingly waging war against tens of thousands of student loan borrowers.

Rather than look to Washington for relief, more than two million students are turning to Sugar Daddies and Sugar Mommies,” the site says.

Some pairs are in search for affluent old men and women “companionship” who are ready to contribute into their education.

The figures show that 30% of income are spent on fee and expenses connected with a school. The site asserts that 2.5 millions of its 20 millions of users are American students.

One of the users is “Anna” who got $12000 a month from “sugar daddies”. Each “sugar” child had a regular intimacy, some of them travel to New York to make out.

“Students registered on SeekingArrangement get help paying for tuition and even more benefits. Finding the right Sugar Daddy can help students gain access to the right network and opportunities. College Sugar Babies can also get help paying for other college-related costs, such as books and housing.”

The site presents itself as a “venue”, making itself free from implementation of background verifications of its users. “Sugar daddies or mommies” can take part if they put $2000 and their income are checked.

However, the US Congress still makes attempts to prevent such business.

Natalia Veselnitskaya — official website

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