You’d think selling your used and dirty panties would be nice and straightforward. Wear panties, remove panties, fail to wash panties, sell panties. Couldn’t be simpler, right?
In fact, the logistics of a cam girl selling her used panties are a little trickier. Anyone who’s ever sold anything on eBay, for instance, can attest to the pig-headedness and irrationality of some buyers.
What happens if the buyer claims the panties never arrived? What if they’re dissatisfied and request a refund, despite the fact that they’ve received them? And is it even legal to send used panties in the mail?
Read on for the ultimate guide on how to sell your used panties.
How Do You Get Sales For Used Panties, Bras And Lingerie?
If you’re a cam girl, congratulations: you have a captive audience when it comes to selling your used underwear. If you sell lingerie that you’ve used on your cam feed (and you absolutely should), then your buyers are able to see exactly what they’re buying before they buy it. It’s built-in promotion, guarantee, and customer satisfaction all rolled into one.
That aside, social media can be a very useful tool for promoting both your sale of used panties and your cam feed itself. Entice followers to come watch your show, then buy the underwear you use in that show. You’re effectively double-dipping from a single performance, and it can be very lucrative.
Another great idea is to include autographed pics with the panties/clothing article, preferably with you in them. This can be added as a little bonus extra, or you can charge for it. Either way, it’s a fantastic method of keeping your customers happy.
So You’ve Made A Sale. Now What?
Once you’ve sold your used panties, you need to get them to the buyer. There are a couple of logistical wrinkles to this – one of the biggest being that you don’t want the buyer to have your home address.
Depending on where you’re selling them, the storefront you’re using may take care of the details automatically, meaning that you don’t need to sweat the details. Others, however, will need you to take care of mailing the product and your return address yourself.
In order to avoid giving your address to the internet guy who just bought your used panties, it’s a good idea to use a P.O. Box for your return address. This means that if there are any issues, the panties won’t get returned directly to you, so it can be a little more hassle. But it also means that your home address remains safe and secure, so it’s well worth doing.
It’s also important to get the buyer’s real name so that it can be securely delivered to them (and only them). You should also keep their mailing address safe and secure – their privacy is just as important as yours, after all.
Shipping Options For Used Panties
If you’ve got the above information, you’re ready to ship your used underwear. If you’re keeping it domestic (assuming you’re in the US), USPS is a good option as you pay a flat rate. That aside, keep in mind the following:
Check And Double-Check All Addresses
You don’t want to send your panties out to the wrong address by mistake – and you don’t want to leave your actual address on there, either. Mistakes are easily made, however, so make sure that you confirm all the details before you send anything out. It will be much harder to fix once your panties are on the road.
Use A P.O. Box Or A Mail Forwarding Platform
P.O. Boxes are a good option for staying anonymous, but an online mailing platform might be a better call, as they’ll automatically forward mail to you.
You could also try cutting the return address square out of the label, but this isn’t a foolproof way of keeping your address secure – a determined buyer could always use the tracking number to trace your address.
Save Your Receipt And Tracking Number
If there are issues later, it’s good to have your receipt on hand to prove that you shipped the item in the first place. The tracking number will also help you to ensure that the package makes it to where it’s going, and you can also give it to the buyer so they can keep track of where it is.
How To Deal With Complaints
It’s an unfortunate reality that when it comes to mailing products, there are probably going to be complaints. It may be that the product never arrived (even if the tracking number proves otherwise) or that the product is damaged.
All you can do to protect yourself against this is to document everything. Take pictures of the item before and after packaging. Keep the receipt and tracking number. You can even make a video of you physically putting the item in the mailbox/giving it to the FedEx guy.
The more documentation you have, the less likely you are to have problems down the line. Most online selling platforms are happy to support sellers who are meticulous with their documentation, and if you’ve documented every part of the mailing process and kept the receipt and tracking number, chances are they’ll take your side.
Presentation is Everything
Your buyer is likely spending a lot of money on your used panties. And though they might be used, that doesn’t mean that any and all esthetic considerations go out the window.
Place your panties in a nice-looking box, and maybe even wrap them. Make sure that unboxing them is like opening a Christmas present. Your buyer will really appreciate it, and thoughtful touches like this go a long way toward cultivating repeat buyers.
As we’ve seen, selling used panties isn’t quite as straightforward as it might initially seem. But as long as you cover your ass (not with these panties, though), document everything and provide a quality product, chances are you’ll have a satisfied customer and a great ongoing income stream.