Here is an anon submission:
How do you determine a fake given their net worth bs. Annual income and their budget. What is a good range to expect from someone given those aspects. I know men lie about their financials on SA a lot but how to you spot it right away. What’s a general percentage (I know everyone is different) an SD gives a SB. I’m looking for 5000 monthly so how much should my SD be making annually? Thanks in advance!!!💋
I agree that a lot of guys just put down totally bogus numbers on their SA profiles. There really is no reliable way to determine who’s telling the truth and who’s fibbing other than to see if the numbers don’t seem to jive. In other words, a guy who puts a net worth of ten million but an annual income of $250,000 is a faker. A guy who says his net worth is 5 million and his annual income is 750,000 may be telling the truth. He may be lying. Who knows!?
And, ultimately, that’s the point: who knows? So, in the face of a “known unknown”, how much time should you spend looking into a crystal ball to figure out what it all means?
My advice is to pay no mind to those numbers … like, not at all. Rich guys understate their wealth all the time and poor guys inflate their numbers. So, why bother trying to glean useful information when it simply cannot be verified.
Similarly, I don’t think it is worthwhile to focus on some arbitrary percentage calculation; i.e., net worth or net income to allowance. Again, such ratios don’t mean anything! Some guys are willing to pay a substantial portion of their income to maintain a sugar baby and others aren’t. And that statement is true regardless of their net worth. For example, there are truly wealthy who are unwilling to pay a sugar baby more than $300 a meet.
You see, calculating your allowance based on the guy’s financial ability to pay is a simply not a profitable exercise and, in actuality, misses the most important factor: the amount of allowance you want and need! That’s all that matters! So if the guy is solidly middle class but is willing and able to meet your financial expectations, it’s all good. Sure, he may be borrowing like mad to keep you in clover, but so what, that’s his problem not yours! Likewise, don’t feel like you “sold yourself short” if a guy is willing to pay your required allowance and you later find out that he is fabulously wealthy! If you do your job as a sugar baby and rock his world, he will be open to your request for a bump in pay after a reasonable period of time.
So, in your case, just make it clear to POTs that your monthly expectation is 5k a month. The guys who cannot afford it will drop away (they may waste your time before doing so, but that comes with the territory). And the ones who have the financial wherewithal to meet your expectation will stick around. In my opinion, that sure beats having to do fancy calculations based on phony numbers every time a POT contacts you!