My original onlyfans tips post has been surprisingly popular so I wanted to expand on that post with a new post that focuses more on Onlyfans Terms of Service (TOS)
Onlyfans is always updating its terms of service, and I can bet that most of you have never looked at them, which is cool, reading legal jargon is far from sexy. So I wanted to just highlight some of the major points that its good to know so you don’t piss off your fave content creator.
You may have noticed you can’t type the word “meet” on Onlyfans, that’s because it’s prohibited to arrange meets via onlyfans, and will result in profiles being deleted if it is discussed. Prostitution is illegal in the USA, and it is illegal to advertise prostitution in the UK. As a result Onlyfans does not want the platform to be used to facilitate prostitution. Twitter and Instagram also have the same TOS, so don’t message your fave content creator there to discus it either. None of us want to risk getting our accounts shut down. So don’t be surprised if you’re met with angry or cryptic responses on any of these platforms if you’re asking about meeting.
So what should you do? I highly recommend just doing your own research, most creators will post a link tree in their bios with links to website like AdultWork, Slixa, Tryst with the details you’re looking for. You can also try googling. The safest form of contact is via email, which would be my recommendation. It is however against Onlyfans terms to give out direct contact details for free so again check out links in bios and social media to see if you can find an email address.
Its probably also worth briefly mentioning what types of videos shouldn’t be on Onlyfans such as watersports, lack or consent or drugs, I’ll post the whole list below. So again don’t be surprised if someone is reluctant to discus any of these topics below, again its just not worth putting our accounts at risk.
These are probably the two biggest points to be aware of, and I hope it helps you navigate conversations a bit more effectively going forwards.
Comment below or drop me an email if you have any other questions about onlyfans you’d like answered
Fortunately as a more established sex worker this isn’t something I have as much of a problem with any more but scams can be a real problem both for sex workers and also for fans of sex workers so I’m going to cover a few of the most common scams and how to avoid them!
So one common scam is for a scammer to make a fake profile (catfish) of a popular model then reach out to their fans for help or to sell items that don’t actually exist! Some little tips for spotting fake profiles are
How old is the profile? If it’s new the chances are it’s fake.
Do they follow way more people than they have follow them? Chances are the scammer has just followed everyone that already follows the real profile!
Do they post to their story? It’s quite hard to fake real candid story posts (not impossible though) so if the account doesn’t post to their story chances are it’s fake.
Most models know other models in the industry so check for interactions in the comments and stories from other models.
It’s also a good idea to check the models official profiles as they will probably post about any fakes!
I’m also always happy to receive messages from my fans if they want to check if a profile is real or not!
This is a problem sex workers have to deal with a lot! Fans reading this may gain some insight into why we can be quite specific about how we receive payment! I can’t begin to explain how degrading and hurtful it is to provide a sexual service to then discover you were scammed and won’t be receiving payment!
Sex workers should always make sure any funds or items sent as payment are received before providing the service. For example some people fake bank or cash app deposit screen shots that will never clear into your account. Some people send amazon wish list items but delay delivery so they can cancel after they have received their service. It’s also worth mentioning Paypal payments for goods and services can be reversed. PayPal isn’t sex worker friendly at all and I don’t recommend it as a payment method.
Another scam to look out for is fans asking for “test video calls” or “preview pictures” before they send payment. You do not need to prove yourself to a fan in this way. 90% of the time they have no intention to pay and are just looking for freebies. I usually point people to my onlyfans if they are looking for recent photos of myself.
I do appreciate that some fans get scammed by paying upfront and then not receiving what they paid for. To avoid this I would recommend doing your research on the model, do they present themselves professionally? Is it in their interest to maintain a good reputation? It should be quite easy to check a models social media and get a good idea as to how likely it is that they will scam you. Most professional sex workers value having a good reputation and it wouldn’t be worth ruining a career over stealing a payment.
I hope this information helps everyone to avoid future scams. Do let me know if you want help or advice on anything else like this.