I’m going through a tough time financially and decided to find someone who can give me money. Within 3 days of talking, this man paid me. He's asking me to send money to his daughter through Cash App and I’ve seen a lot of stories of people being scammed in that way. He does not have my banking information but he made me send a picture of my ID to make sure I wasn’t scamming. I did, but crossed out all personal info, leaving just my face and name. Should I trust him?
This is a very common scam. The money he sent you is fraudulent and the bank will ultimately reverse it. However, if you send money to his "daughter," then that is real money you will lose.
A sugar daddy would never ask you to send money to his daughter. Why can't he do it himself? There are similar scams for craiglist sales, jobs, etc. Never send money to someone you don't know, nor should you attempt to "return" money that you are sent by someone you are not close to.
If you think something is fraudulent, just let the bank or payment processor fraud department know about your concern. Don't try and act on it yourself.