Seller platform safety -
Sorry it's a bit of a rant this blog!
So you'd like to advertise your used underwear and other fetish services online? Not only can you advertise your used knickers for sale on places such as Reddit and Twitter - you can also advertise what you have to offer on a panty selling platform, like this one.
I say advertise and offer your services because you can't expect to get sales, the more you put into this the more you'll get out of it - that's all I will say on that one.... That will be another blog!
It is totally fine to advertise what you are offering on social media however I 100% recommend that you sign up to a safe panty selling platform - mainly for your own safety, these platforms should keep you safe, I say should because I've been on a few of these platforms over the years and they are not as safe as they could be! I won't obviously be naming these but I will list a few things that you need to check out before signing up.
Firstly choose a platform where buyers need to have an account to chat to you, I personally don't like the platform's where anyone can email your personal email address. Before you create your account checkout the site fully and see what you think, now a lot of these platforms expect a payment up front for sellers - so my advice to you is to create a free buyers account and delete it after a couple of days, purely just to browse so you can see if you like it first before committing to the monthly fees.
My number one pet peeve personally is having adverts open for all to see on their website, it is not safe, if a website is saying they are a more secure platform one minute but have sellers adverts visible with there fanny out for all to see on another page - then I would question the safety of this platform....
To me all platforms shouldn't have seller adverts online for all to see until you are a member and you HAVE to log in to view them. The main reasons are: not only is it tacky (especially if it's on the sites home page) but any minor can view these photos and photos can be stolen and used anywhere online to create fake seller accounts, what if they pretend to be you and start scamming people?
Another thing I have noticed about some platforms is that they don't ask if they can promote sellers on social media, they should be asking you by LAW due to data protection - so if they are promoting you and you have not been consulted then this is a big worry, what if you don't want to be promoted because you don't want to be seen/found on social media for personal reasons?
And just to note that you should ALWAYS have the right to be able to delete your account YOURSELF should you want to from any platform - you shouldn't have to email the platform to request this.