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'I think all relationships start off in a very superficial manner,’ he tells me cheerfully. Men want gorgeous women and women tend to look at men in terms of how successful they are .’ Women pay nothing to join the site, while men pay £31 a month, ensuring they are outnumbered 10 to one.

Although I hear stories of 'millionaires’ turning up in Ford Fiestas (and 'sugar babies’ turning out to be 55), I’m also told that the site boasts two members of the Forbes Fortune 5000 list. From Becky Sharp in Vanity Fair to Scarlett O’Hara, some of our greatest fictional heroines have made bagging a rich man their quest.

After that she met another two men, one 43 and one 47. He had his own business and we got on really well; he was so funny.”’ Nikki Howarth says she joined Seeking Arrangement, not as a career move, but because she wanted to meet men even richer than her.From Beeston in Nottinghamshire, Howarth, 26 ('I’m getting so old, I can’t bear to think about it!In the darkened bar of a hotel in Kensington, London, scores of young women in short, tight dresses are huddled together, sipping white wine.Scattered among them are a few men, usually much, much older, in suits and ties. ’ purrs one girl in her early twenties with a voluptuous figure swathed in a red bandage frock.'We may never meet but he said he was sending me the gifts as insurance for a future relationship.’ Others have paid to fly her to Dubai. We call it living in the sugar bowl.’ Helen Croydon, a 34-year-old writer and broadcaster from London, believes that no matter how emancipated we are, at a primal level women like to be 'spoiled’ and men to spoil.