Nationally, websites that exchange cash or resources for relationships, and those that facilitate affairs have seen an increase in sign-ups since the start of government shutdown.
In some cases, it’s government workers signing up, and in others, it’s likely people who benefit from government programs.
But neither type of site’s growth is being fueled by Arizonans.
SeekingArrangement.com, which launched in 2006 and calls itself the world’s largest sugar daddy site, says it’s experienced a 50 percent spike in average daily sign-ups since Sept. 29, just before last Tuesday’s shutdown, according to spokesman Leroy Velasquez.
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