Urick said most babies were students wanting help with associated costs. Members could report each other using a mechanism on the site."All member complaints are taken seriously and sometimes result in suspension or termination," Urick said.
The site's public relations manager, Brook Urick, attributed the increase to a greater acceptance of "the lifestyle"."Plenty of people are looking for the relationships our site offers, but don't generally voice their desires," she said."[The site] is a place where each person can be honest and open about their intentions and expectations."Like other countries, New Zealand was a buyer's market.
There were 8800 female sugar babies and about 1500 male sugar babies registered here.