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The common misconception was that he was in the relationship purely for sex, and I was in it just for the money.

I now assume this is because BOA is extremely secure. My main thing is he claims he is out of country rn and that his account manager needs my account name, number, routing number, and my online login. First, The Daily Beast published a confessional from a young woman whose life is financed by an older man. Recently, I wrote a confessional for The Daily Beast about my sugar daddy.In it, I explained how, after applying for an internship at his company, this man offered to become my benefactor if I would be his girlfriend.Its feedback section quickly overflowed with righteous indignation.The blogosphere released a storm of negative, judgmental analysis of me and my boyfriend.I think the biggest misconception with some of the readers was that we aren't monogamous.

Neither of us have any other kind of relationship, whether emotional or sexual, with anyone else.

For some reason I have a lot of older guys who want to pay me out and be my sugar daddy, so I let them…This one guy said he would send me 250$ every 3 days but he needed my Bank of America log in I.

D and password I said why do you need my password he said because he only does “mobile check only” should I do it I have an issue that concerns that one sugar daddy that wants to send it through wanting my account information along with my username and password, and one that only does mobile deposits.. So this guy, asked for my account number name,user and password. Mine also says that I “don’t want to help myself” and he just wants to spoil me. Then I pulled back and was like…wait honey…he was offering a mobile deposit if I gave my login info.

Supporting voices were drowned out by the furious ones.

“Realistically I can't promise that someday we'll have a big, white wedding, but I can promise that I love you and I respect you.” Before I wrote the piece I told my boyfriend about it, and he was supportive.

They’re out of the country and they have their banker handle all of their money.