Sugar or salt? If you bite into a cookie with one over the other, you’ll soon understand why two substances that might seem very similar are in reality as different as night and day. In the world of Sugaring, “Salt” or a “Salt Daddy” are often defined rather subjectively. SeekingArrangement.com defines “Salt” as any member who does not use the site as intended, ie:, intentionally breaking the site’s Terms of Service and/or making promises that fall in line with the mission of the site, with no intention of holding up their end of the relationship.
Even with terms defined, the concept of Salt can be tricky to nail down. Below are examples of 100% reportable Salt. If a SeekingArrangement user proves salty – report them on SeekingArrangement & move on with your life!
Pic collectors are SDs who ask for photos of you with no intention of meeting up. A good rule of thumb is to provide around five or six good quality photos of yourself. If you only have one photo on your profile, it’s completely fair for a potential Sugar to ask for more. If you have a mix of public and private photos of high quality and a potential is still asking for more…report!
SeekingArrangement.com is all about mutually beneficial relationships – emphasis here on mutually! If a potential sugar stands you up on a meet with no notice…report!
If a potential Sugar is asking for bank info or offering to send money in any way before you’ve ever met; red flag this scammer as 100% salt. Use common sense to ward off this category of salt for smooth sailing in the sugar bowl.
PPM or “Pay per Meet” is strictly out of bounds on SeekingArrangement.com. Allowance is King (or Queen!) within the Sugar Bowl because it removes any confusion about the nature of your sugar relationship. Read more about why we so strongly suggest allowances here. If a potential Sugar suggests PPM or asks “how much for xxx??” – SALT! Report, block, & move on Sugars!
Reporting Salt on SeekingArrangement is easy and helps the entire Sugar community remain safe. To report a member on desktop, visit the profile of the person in question, select the “three dot” drop down at the top of their profile, and click “report.” Choosing the most accurate reason for reporting and sending proof of an infraction help the SeekingArrangement support staff review and make decisions quickly.
Have more questions about Salt? Check out the SeekingArrangement social media accounts for more tips on ditching the Salt or watch last week’s SeekingArrangement LIVE video below.
Brook and Alexis discuss Salt in last week’s Seeking Arrangement LIVE