Review of SugarDaddyCatch.com
This is an unbiased review of the Sugar Daddy Catch website.
This site design immediately strikes me as a non-starter with respect to the overall design efforts or lack thereof. The focus of the website homepage is mainly on a banner which uses your GEOIP to detect your location and tell you that you can find Sugar Babies in (Insert City Name Here). The site also displays some static numbers which are meant to represent the number of active members. How can you trust a static number? Some sugar dating websites get as many as 2,000 new members a day. I would venture to say these are not accurate numbers. Finally, the registration form on the right is so tiny and feels cheap as older sugar daddies might have bad eyes and with the buttons and forms blending into the background this site is off to a bad start. I will try and keep an open mind, I promise.
So much for keeping an open mind, this website used over 50% of the valuable screen to showcase a graphic of a woman and man which are clearly stock images among some other weird design attempts using what looks like member photos. Overall this provides no value and pushed the registration form well below the focus of the page. I did not bother to attempt to sign up to this website with my social media account. I honestly did not trust the site all that much at this point. I just have a weird feeling. Let’s see if it gets better.
I see the credits option in the top right, I clicked it to find that the SugarDaddyCatch website uses a credit system of coins or tokens to enable your profile to boost up in the search results. This is a common feature you will find on many dating platforms, I clicked the “refill now” and was granted 200 free credits. It seems you can earn credits each day for logging in.
Imagine that, zero verification process. No email. No SMS. Nothing at all. This can’t really help with keeping this sugar dating website from fake profiles and scammers and the infamous catfish. I am sure this site is full of salt daddies, fake accounts and even worse, scammers.
There are some search filters available and they seem to work for free with no paid account upgrades. You can search by “Boys” and “Girls” I feel like this should be Sugar Daddies and Sugar Babies. Men and Women seem too much like old school dating platforms like POF. You have some options regarding the intention of those who you are seeking “Make Friends”, “Chat” and “Date”. I am not too sure these are too relevant to the sugar dating scene. I would suggest changing these to “NSA” (no strings attached), “Long Term”, “Monogamous” to be somewhat more relevant. Clearly this site is out of tune with the sugar world. You also can use up to three additional filters (seen below).
I decided to select a profile which looked interesting to me. This is the profile view of a Sugar Baby from Miami, Florida.
This is suspect as fuck. So I decided to click the chat feature directly next to the call icon on this Sugar Babies profile. Immediately I was joined in a chat room where this beautiful Sugar Baby oddly requested to “Change the subject”, sure why not I thought to myself, as I patiently waited for a question to appear she went on to ask me, “Is a clear conscience a sign of a bad memory?”
Wait, WTF just happened, why is this sugar baby asking me such a random ass question out of thin air? Fuck it, I will play along, so I replied. Immediately after hitting the enter key to send two quick and witty replies she goes on to ask me yet another random ass question… “What kind of food do you like”. Ok, this smells fishy as fuck. This is 100% a bot. It is unfortunate that this site has used bots to engage its real members with dorky ass questions in an attempt to trick, yes trick even dumber real members into buying a premium membership in order to continue a conversation with a bot. Welcome back to the deceptive days of online
Wow, I am totally shocked, this just got even worse. This dating platform is using Clickbank to handle the credit card merchant processing. While Clickbank is a reputable merchant processor for digital products, this is a complete amateur move and this site screams fly-by-night. They did not even make the effort to make the checkout have any continuity with their brand. It feels disjointed and like you almost landed on a wrong page as it shows the cart containing some random e-book for $47.00. If you do choose to buy credits from this sugar dating website, you can rest assure that Clickbank has great customer support and will help you with your billing related questions. I guess the good news is that it is not a monthly subscription but rather a 1x charge.
Review Conclusion & Final Thoughts
If you made it this far, I will assume you simply enjoyed the humor and torture I was put through to complete this sugar dating review of Sugar Daddy Catch. I don’t have much to say other than if you consider yourself a salt daddy and are too cheap to join a real sugar dating site, by all means, join away. They say misery enjoys company. If you are serious about finding a real sugar baby, I would suggest that you join a real sugar dating site like Seeking.com or SecretBenefits.com. Do not waste your time with this site, you have been warned.