Five giant billboards are doing a tour of institutions in an aim to get 100,000 British students to sign up by the end of the year.
Cash-strapped young women are told a 'sugar daddy' will pamper and spoil them as well as help pay for their studies and provide them with some extra pocket money.
Shifty jobs Twenty-six percent of scammers say they're engineers, 25 percent say they're royalty and 23 percent say they're self-employed.
Saying they're self-employed makes them more difficult to fact-check by searching a corporate website, Velasquez says.
Velasquez thinks this helps them seem more moral and trustworthy.
Password preferences Or maybe they really do identify as religious?
Certain races Although American Indians make up less than 2 percent of the U. population, 36 percent of scam profiles say they're Native.