Special arrangements dating service
Seeking has been featured in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, New York Post, Cosmopolitan, GQ, and various print outlets.
The site has also been featured on television's ABC 20/20, ABC Nightline, CNN This is Life, and other television programs worldwide.
Background checks include providing screening services for site members reviewing user records for flags such as: sexual predators, assault/battery charges, domestic abuse filings, and indicators of the like.
There is a one-time fee associated with the member background check process charged to the account holder.
Reasons Sugar Babies are drawn to this alternative lifestyle include needing to pay rent or covering the costs of an education.
Some actually sought encouragement or financial advice.
The Perfect Arrangement slogan is “A Different Kind of Matchmaking.” The service caters to both alternative and traditional relationships based on client-specified preference and need.
Seeking Arrangement is now currently available in the i OS store.
The New York Times featured the in-depth piece “Keeping Up With Being Kept” revealing the complex world of Sugar Dating.Users who successfully become background verified are indicated with a badge on their site profile.In 2015, Seeking added matchmaking services as an option to clients.In these instances, sex was not discussed and the agreement became exchanging companionship for an opportunity of self-improvement.In other cases, sex became an integral piece of the agreement with Generous members and limits are clearly described by interviewed Sugar Babies. of the membership agreement of Seeking Arrangements grants them full perpetual rights to use anything put on their site by members. gives them the right to release members' user information (identity) to anyone if Seeking Arrangements deems the release to be "reasonable." Members' data are retained forever.