A gold digger will be more in love with your bank account than with you. If you suspect your new love interest is only dating you for your money, we are going to help you figure it out – once and for all.
Below, you’ll discover traits that scream they’re a 24-carat gold digger. Learn to spot the signs so it never happens to you again.
Today, New Jersey Singles reviews the undeniable warning signs you’re dating a gold digger.
1 They want to know more about your financial status.
A person who’s only interested in money will want to know more about your financial status. They want to know about your job, what position you hold, and how much money you bring home every month. And, mind you, it is not just for general knowledge.
If your new love interest keeps asking you questions that require revealing personal information about your financial status, beware, because this is a major red flag you’re dating a gold digger. It’s a clear sign they’re not really interested in you, just how much money you have. By gaining inside knowledge about your financial status, they can start making calculations how much benefit they stand to gain from you.
- They want expensive gifts from upscale stores.
You may believe the best gifts are the ones that come from the heart. But your new love interest doesn’t agree with that. Gifts with sentimental value are of no use to them. They only want expensive gifts from upscale stores. Be it an anniversary gift, a birthday gift, or even a plain apologetic gift, the most important criterion here is that the gift is EXPENSIVE. Some gold diggers are also good at throwing tantrums if they don’t get it their way, so take a look at how they act when you give them something of high value.
They become angry at the drop of a hat, pick fights for no reason at all, and won’t calm down until you say sorry with a gift. Apart from a heartfelt sorry, they expect an expensive gift as an apology.
- Their friends are gold diggers.
A person is known by their friends. If your new love interest is always surrounded by people who appear to be gold diggers, their traits will most likely rub off on your new partner.
- They never pay.
Your date does not know the meaning of splitting a bill. Shelling out money from their own bank account never happens. If you’re going for a meal with your partner and their friends, they may even make you pay for the whole bill.
Your partner expects you to pay for everything – and not only restaurant bills. He/she wants you to pay for the electric bill, gas, and even grocery bills. They treat you like nothing less than a walking-talking ATM and don’t even shy away from asking you to borrow money.
- They’re high-maintenance.
Does your partner gets dressed up with the most expensive clothes and the shiniest jewelry? Does your girlfriend cake up her face with layers of layers of makeup? Does she refuse to wear anything but high-end brands?
A fashion-conscious partner who tries to show that they belong to the elitist class of society and goes to any length to maintain this image is definitely a gold digger. They also love to show off their goods, which are more likely enhanced with the most expensive outfits and accessories. But all that they flaunt has been paid for by someone like you.
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