I left a comment under an answer that was probably deleted under "not nice" policy - assuming this as other comments were kept. My comment definitely wasn't "mean" or degrading - it was just blunt truth in as nice of a way as I could say it:
Completely disagree. Should feel ultra embarrassed. One fake payment was already reversed. And then why would you pay a "sugar daddy". You have some intelligence issues if you think someone is going to send you some money and you have never met them. Basically this user is trying to scam someone for money - to pay off their credit card and is now complaining about getting scammed. If anything this is deserved.
So why is it OK for a scammer to come on the site and leave the question above, but if someone calls out the scammer they are "not nice" and comment deleted? Shouldn't the moderation work both ways?
(It is very clear this person was looking to scam the person that she was talking to in giving her money. You can say she wanted a sugar-daddy or was just being nice or giving the person another person to talk to, but any point you make for her could also be made for the person that supposedly scammed her.)