Lady Arrested For Selling Book On How To Scam A Sugar Daddy

Wantanabe Sugar Daddy Scam Book

A 25-year-old lady, Mai Watanabe, has been arrested for marketing books that give tutorials on how to deceive sugar daddies. 2,000 copies of her book were already sold at the time of her arrest.

Mai Watanabe, who lives in Nagoya, Japan, posed as an expert in conning men. She therefore chose to compile her know-how into a book, intending to guide other young women.

Some of the book titles she posted on her social media included “Textbook for Sugar Babies: Crafting the Right Profile and Using Persuasive Language to Get Men to Spend.”

These publications outlined tactics to approach older men with the goal of extracting as much money as possible.

One book taught ladies to fabricate a story about a difficult upbringing to garner sympathy and financial support.

Another method she taught was to feign illness and make the person believe you are unable  to work. In addition, a girl can cry out desperately for help with rent payments.

Watanabe started the sales of her fraudulent guides last year, purportedly for prices ranging from 10,000 to 20,000 yen ($67 to $134). She also introduced exclusive lessons at an extra cost, as per information from the Naka Police Department.

Mai Watanabe’s cover was blown when a 20-year-old lady was arrested for defrauding two men in Aichi Prefecture of a total of 10.65 million yen ($72,000) using tactics from Watanabe’s books, the police commenced an investigation into her activities.

On the internet, a suspect known as “Itadakijoshi Riri-chan (Riri the Sugar Baby)” has openly identified herself as an experienced professional in the field of paid dating. Authorities accused her of duping a 50-year-old man of 27 million yen (approximately $182,500) in September.

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Subsequently, new allegations came up, as a 54-year-old man said to have sent Riri the Sugar Baby, a staggering total of nearly 117 million yen, equivalent to $780,000. He believed that the scammer had utilized guidelines from Watanabe’s books.

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