Kamloops university students seek sugar daddies

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(Courtesy seekingarrangements.com)
It's one way to beat the high cost of education.

An American website says there are seven students at Thompson Rivers University who are looking for sugar daddies to help with the cost of their schooling.

The site called "seekingarrangments.com" says a number of students have signed up, hoping to find wealthy benefactors.

On the website, a testimonial from one unidentified young woman reads:
"My current arrangement is wonderful. Unlike other cash strapped students, I am pampered with expensive gifts. My sugar daddy is the sweetest man I know. He is my mentor, my  benefactor and my lover." 

Brandon Wade, the founder and CEO of the website and Daybreak host Shelley Joyce.

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