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Many students say their loans don't cover the cost of living, and with rent skyrocketing in most major cities, they are left scrambling to make up the difference.
Sex is not guaranteed although most users say it is implied.
The company says a few arrangements have even led to marriage, although it is rare.
As the cost of tuition and rent rises, so does the apparent popularity of such sites among students.
But are they really providing financial relief, or signing women up for something more exploitative and dangerous than debt?