Dating sugar momies
And the other gives me a monthly allowance of £800 to £1,000.' Despite a slow start - Ali was enrolled for six months before she started getting messages - she now has 'arrangements' with two guys.One is 47 years old and the other is 32, pictured, gifts from the men She said most men are fine with this and they're mainly just looking for some female companionship. He liked the fact we have stuff in common that he and his wife didn't.'While her friends know the truth about her lavish adventures, her father just thinks she's dating. But after hearing these people's stories - their wives have passed away, they're divorced.
Ali agrees that it's a weird way to fund her education but that it works well for her. 'Nobody was interested in me for about three or four months but then I got a message,' she told FEMAIL.'It was a younger guy and he asked me out for food.Then I started going on the site more.'On her page she states that she is a ‘model and student’ who likes to ‘surf, skate, play piano, collect tattoos and party’.Under the 'what I'm looking for' heading she writes: 'I’m not sure exactly, I’m open to suggestions as long as it’s nothing ott [sic]’.However, some savvy girls have found a controversial way to pay off their tuition fees, cover their rent and buy text books.They also have cash left over at the end of the month to buy designer handbags and to jet off on five-star luxury breaks.
But these undergrads aren't turning to loan sharks or spiralling into thousands of pounds worth of credit card debit.Instead, they have turned to the world's largest online dating website that matches them with wealthy benefactors seeking 'mutually beneficial relationships'.Dubbed 'sugar babies', these good-looking girls join rich older men for cinema dates, gym trips and holidays in return for a monthly cash allowance and lavish presents - plus the piece of mind that they'll leave university in the black.'I was working four days a week and going to university for five days. 'I would have to run from lectures straight to work and it was just too much.I needed something easier but with similar pay.'Despite a slow start - the London Metropolitan pupil was enrolled for six months before she started getting messages - she now has 'arrangements' with two guys. 'Obviously the guys don't know about each other,' she joked.'One guy buys me stuff when I need it - a new dress if I'm going out, shoes, school books.