Gold diggers are women who only date men for their material possessions and their money, not because of affection or true interest in their partner. There are steps you can take to spot gold diggers and this article will guide you on how to do it.
Things You Will Need
To follow the guidelines listed in this article on how to spot gold diggers.
The first step to spotting gold diggers is to listen to how she describes her past relationships and ex boyfriends. If her descriptions of her ex boyfriends are heavily centered on their occupation and financial status this is a sign of a gold digger. Also, if the stories she tells about her past relationships are usually about how expensive the places she went were, or how much everything costs that she did, this is another sign of a gold digger.
The second step to spotting gold diggers is to give her a heart felt gift that didn't cost much money and check to see what her reaction is. If you put a lot of thought and effort into a present, and she does not like it because it was not expensive enough, that is a major sign of a gold digger.
The third step to spotting gold diggers is to have her suggest where to go for dinner. Then get her suggestion on where to shop for clothes. Next, get her input on what you should buy your friend/family member for their birthday or on a holiday. If she suggests only the most expensive restaurants, the most expensive clothing stores, and expensive gifts for your friend or family member this is a sign she places an extremely high value on money. Someone who places a very high value on money and the price of things is certainly placing that same value on you in regards to money, as it is obviously an important quality to them.
Avoid gold diggers at all costs when seeking a potential partner.
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