'I read I can make $5000 selling a single pair of my used panties, is this true?'

Sorry to disappoint, but this is a scam.

'I made 50.000$ selling panties in a year'
'I sell my used panties and make 2.000$ a week'
'I subscribed to such & such panty website and made £1000 the first month'
'I was able to afford a luxury car selling panties for $100'    etc etc ....

These are nothing but unfounded claims and empty promises made by questionable panty sellers/websites on the internet attempting to persuade unsuspecting sellers to subscribe, or to gain media attention. Yes, even the media falls for this fantasy regularly.
 .... unless ... your name is Shakira in which case you can name your price!

So how much money can I make selling my dirty panties?

It is difficult to anticipate how much a fetish seller can potentially earn, ultimately it comes down to her efforts and commitment. But we can confirm that our fetish buyers are willing to pay on average $30 to $50 depending on the length of wear, possibly a little more once a member has established a connection and a trusting relationship. Our established members have reported to be able to earn from $600/£500 in one month when fully committed to their business.
However quiet months can be expected where no income at all is generated.

Read our

"We spoke to women who sell their used underwear to see if it’s as lucrative as it seems"  Metro Newspaper interview here.

Members who are eager to earn invest time in preparing marketing material, modeling new panties, stocking up their panty stores, adding classifieds, blogging, taking photos, making videos, chatting on Twitter and arrange competitions.  This level of commitment leads to more orders and sometime long waiting lists, just remember that establishing and running a business is time consuming and sometime disappointing, but also very rewarding when customers keep coming back for more and more.


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Uncovering the Truth of Selling Used Panties Online

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