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FeetFinder - Why You Should Avoid Them (Explained!)

In this article, I’ll share my experience of selling on FeetFinder so you can make an informed decision. Proceed at your own risk!

Selling Feet Pics
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So, I finally decided to try FeetFinder after a bunch of people told me about it. And to say I was disappointed was an understatement! Not only did I lose money but I got frustrated with their customer service team and nearly got scammed . In this article, I’ll share my experience of selling on FeetFinder so you can make an informed decision. Proceed at your own risk! 

Hold Up, What is Selling Feet Pics All About?

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Selling Feet Pics

Selling feet pics sounds weird, right? Well, not as weird as you think. Hundreds of thousands of people buy and sell feet pics every single month.

Before you start selling foot pics online, you have to ask yourself a few questions like what type of foot content you want to sell, how much you’ll charge, and whether or not you want to remain anonymous. But in addition to these basic questions, you also need to ask yourself which foot pic website is the best fit for your needs. 

While some people choose to sell their foot pics on social media, OnlyFans, or using a personal website, others prefer to sell on a dedicated platform designed specifically for feet pics . One such website is FeetFinder. Considered one of the most well-known foot pic marketplaces currently available, the question remains – does this website stand up to all the hype and is it really the best option for gaining exposure and money? 

The unfortunate answer is no. My experience shows a lot of system faults, a lack of serious buyers, high fees, and dodgy reviews. 

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Keep reading for an in-depth review of this popular foot pic marketplace including pros and cons (mostly cons), statements from real users (maybe), and a step-by-step guide on how to register on the site if you decide to take your chances. 

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FeetFinder

Who the Hell Is FeetFinder?

Long before the competition, FeetFinder was the first dedicated platform for buying and selling feet pics in a supposedly safe, secure, and discreet way. FeetFinder was first launched in 2019 by a college student with little to no knowledge about the foot pic industry or running an online business. After just one year, the website grew to over 160,000 active users. Since then, millions of users have fallen victim to FeetFinder’s empty promises to generate countless sales and provide sellers with the exposure and tools they need to succeed. 

How Does FeetFinder Work?

The premise behind this foot pic website is pretty basic. Sellers create a profile and upload foot pics and videos to their sales page using different categories, keywords, and tags. Buyers register to use the site and search for their favorite foot pic categories or favorite sellers using the convenient search bar. Buyers and sellers can pay to unlock chat features allowing them to send messages back and forth. Here, both parties can negotiate on the price of a foot pic or video, get to know one another better, and discuss custom orders. 

Once a deal is made, the seller releases the original content to the buyer who then pays using one of the secure payment options on the site. Any payment issues, disputes, or concerns can be brought to the attention of the customer service team and are usually resolved within 48 to 72 hours.

Now, only if things worked as straightforwardly as it sounds! Be prepared to get dozens of unsolicited messages from creeps and scammers through private messenger. I tried to block a few aggressive buyers and FeetFinder did NOTHING to help me. A few buyers strung me along for weeks, asking for specific foot pics and then ghosting me when it came time to pay. You’ll be lucky if you experience a single smooth transaction from start to finish on this site. 

FeetFinder Seller Sign Up - Step By Step

To be fair to FeetFinder, getting started as a seller is relatively easy. Along the way, you’ll be asked to create a detailed profile, upload a cover photo, and choose a subscription plan. 

Here’s what the registration process looked like for me to give you a better idea of what you’re up against. 

Signing Up

I started by clicking “Sign Up” in the upper right-hand corner of the website’s homepage. On the next screen, I chose “Sell Feet Pics”.

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FeetFinder Seller Sign Up

I was then redirected to the website’s welcome page which gives you a brief explanation of how it works and what you can expect. Here, you have to choose a subscription plan and upload a picture of your ID and a selfie of you holding your ID. This is standard procedure for FeetFinder’s verification process but still slightly tedious. It also takes a few days for FeetFinder to actually confirm your identity so now you’re left waiting to upload and start selling pics. Once it is, you receive a “Verified Seller” badge on your page. FeetFinder claims this badge helps you attract more legitimate buyers, but I saw no difference in my sales. 

Next, I had to create a username and password. Keep in mind that your username doesn’t need to be your real name and, in most cases, it shouldn’t be! I recommend choosing a unique, creative, and eye-catching name to help you stand out against other sellers. l also had to enter some personal information including my email address and location. 

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subscription plan

I wasn’t sure which subscription plan to choose because I didn’t want to waste my money but ultimately decided on a basic monthly plan. You can also upgrade to FeetFinder’s premium plan, but I don’t think it’s worth it. I definitely don’t recommend you pay for a lifetime subscription since after a few weeks of selling on the site, chances are, you’ll change your mind! 

Depending on your location, payments are made using two secure networks – Segpay and Paxum. In an effort to protect your identity and data, neither platform will ask for your credit card or banking information. FeetFinder does accept all major credit cards and PayPal. After you choose your subscription plan and preferred payment method, you can confirm your purchase and gain access to your dashboard. This part of the sign-up process was pretty simple and straightforward. 

Navigating the Seller Dashboard

Now that I was officially registered (but still waiting to get verified and gain full access to my page), I could start working on my profile and bio. FeetFinder’s profile is pretty similar to other platforms I’ve used. I uploaded a profile pic and cover photo. Similar to Facebook, your cover photo usually appears in the background, behind your profile picture. I used a generic photo for the cover image and one of my favorite foot pics for my profile. You can choose whether or not to include your face and body just make sure all the images you upload are attractive, high-quality, and high-resolution. Since you’re selling photographs of your feet, most buyers will judge the quality of your content based on your profile picture.

I decided not to use expose my face in my profile pictures but some people claim doing so could improve your sales. This really is a personal choice.

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Sales on FeetFinder

Increasing Exposure and Sales on FeetFinder 

After the basic features of my profile were done, I started browsing my dashboard and updating other sections of my portfolio like physical features and attributes, and likes and dislikes. This is really your only opportunity to showcase your personality and get a little flirtatious. I quickly learned that most customers are searching for an entire experience, not just a single photo. They want to know more about the person behind the photo to help fulfill their wildest foot fetish fantasies. 

Sharing some personal details about your personality is one thing. What you don’t want to do is divulge any sensitive data or information that might compromise your identity or security. If a buyer starts asking too many personal questions regarding your finances, location, or other identifiable pieces of information, end the conversation immediately and try to report them to customer support. This happened to me a few times and FeetFinder did nothing about it so, really, you need to look out for yourself when selling feet pics on this website. 

One way to try and increase your sales on the page is to pay for “boosts”. These work like paid Google ads that push your profile higher on the results page but for the price, it’s not worth it! I did it once and my profile was near the top for less than a day and I made no extra sales. 

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Sales on FeetFinder

Do Sellers on FeetFinder Actually Make Thousands of Dollars?

The short answer is no. Or if they do, I’m certainly not one of them! There’s no standard income or salary when it comes to selling feet pics online. Sales vary based on a number of factors including how active, engaged, and consistent you are with posting, the type of content you provide, and a little bit of luck. Similar to how certain YouTube stars and their videos go viral while others don’t, some foot content just have that “it” factor that draws in numerous buyers from around the world.

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Fun with feet

Even if you lack a significant following or fan base, you can still earn quite a bit of money selling foot pics online. Unfortunately, FeetFinder keeps a 20% commission on all sales, which means sellers are only entitled to 80% of their earnings (what the heck?). This fee is in addition to the subscription fee you pay for access to the website’s most useful (and borderline necessary) tools and features. For example, if you sell a foot picture for $50, you keep $40 and FeetFinder takes $10. Make 10 sales and say goodbye to $100 of your hard-earned money. The entire concept is ludicrous and shouldn’t be allowed.  

FeetFinder justifies this charge, claiming the money is used toward maintaining the website, providing top-notch safety and security, and driving traffic to the site to increase sales. There’s no way of knowing whether or not this is true or if these benefits are worth a 20% cut, however, you should consider FeetFinder’s commissions when pricing your foot content. I never saw the benefits of paying this commission and cringed every time I saw the fee subtracted from one of my sales. 

After you’ve landed a few sales and started building up your earnings, it’s time to make a withdrawal. Good luck with that! FeetFinder claims the withdrawal process is easy but I can tell you that it’s anything but that. Not only do you have to wait 4 weeks to even request your money, but I only got… wait for it… a whopping $72! This wasn’t even a quarter of my earnings. When I reached out to the support team (and after dozens of back-and-forth messages and emails), they finally figured out that I wasn’t a bot and just a seller looking to get paid what I was owed. Before you request a withdrawal, make sure you check your sales and total earnings on your dashboard so FeetFinder doesn’t scam you out of your money. 

FeetFinder claims they release your funds within 3 to 5 business days but this isn’t true either. First, the customer support team needs to approve your request which took over a week for me. Then they supposedly start the withdrawal process. Either way, don’t rely on your income from this site to pay any important bills.

Other Ways to Try and Make Money on FeetFinder

Since FeetFinder doesn’t do much to help you make money, you have to fend for yourself. I did a little digging and found out that the website does have a referral program. Refer a friend who then becomes a seller and you get a percentage of each of their sales. One good thing is that the cut is taken from FeetFinder’s 20% commission so you’re not stealing money out of your friend’s pocket. Unfortunately, my experience on the site was so bad that I’d never put someone I liked (or even my worst enemy) through this process just to make a few extra bucks. 

While I know that custom orders are a great way to make money on the side, good luck finding serious buyers that aren’t scammers or creeps looking for dirty talk. I couldn’t even generate a conversation that would potentially lead to a custom order or request before the “buyer” got explicit and started trying to text with me! 

The Pros and Cons of FeetFinder for Sellers

I’d love to say that the pros outweigh the cons of selling on FeetFinder but they definitely don’t. Here’s the good, the bad, and the very ugly of trying to sell feet pics on this website. Hopefully, my experience can save you from making the same mistakes. 

Pros

Positive Reputation (Supposedly)

If you go based solely on online reviews, you may think FeetFinder has a great reputation. Sure, they have millions of users and tons of foot pic categories but that’s about all they have. Not to mention, anyone can hop online and write a positive review with little to no experience using the actual site. In fact, some companies PAY for positive reviews and I wouldn’t be surprised if FeetFinder was one of them since most of their reviews sound robotic and made-up. Just because FeetFinder is one of the biggest and most well-known foot pic platforms doesn’t mean it’s the best. 

International Clientele

One good thing about FeetFinder is that users from around the world can access the site. While that might mean increased sales for some people, it meant increased risk for me. My account and personal information were compromised at least half a dozen times when dealing with overseas buyers. And once again, FeetFinder’s support team does little to nothing to help resolve these types of issues.

Secure Payouts (when you actually get paid)

Considering FeetFinder prides itself on providing a safe and secure experience for all users, it’s no surprise that the platform uses two of the most secure online payment systems available – Segpay and Paxum. Although FeetFinder encrypts and protects your personal data so you can make secure withdrawals and deposits from your FeetFinder account to your bank, the entire process is a headache and you’re lucky if the money is available within a month. 

Cons

Overwhelming Platform

As a new seller just starting out, I found FeetFinder completely overwhelming to use. The website’s layout is clunky and confusing. The dashboard has so many tabs and navigation menus, it took me forever to post a single picture ! Personally, I found the website design sort of childlike and unprofessional with its baby pink and purple logo. I find smaller, more niche platforms like FunwithFeet offer easier navigation, less competition, and a more user-friendly experience overall.

Lots of Competition

It’s kind of funny that there’s tons of competition on FeetFinder since I’m convinced half the users are bots, however, the amount of sellers on this platform makes it almost impossible to land more than a few sales per month. I did notice a tiny boost in my sales when I tried focusing on a single category like bondage and, but not enough to make a significant difference. Then I tried posting in a bunch of different categories but that didn’t seem to help either.

High Fees and Commission 

On top of battling tons of ruthless competitors for a single sale, FeetFinder also charges ridiculously high commissions and subscription fees. FeetFinder is the only foot pic website I’ve ever used that keeps a percentage of your sales – 20%. This is on top of the fees you pay for a basic or premium subscription. I flirted with the idea of NOT buying a subscription plan but you really can’t because without paying as a member, you can’t access any of the tools you need to actually promote your page, chat with sellers, and attempt to make a sale. 

FeetFinder Review for Buyers

Although I never personally purchased feet pics on FeetFinder, I know plenty of buyers who have, and here’s what they had to say about their experience.

Signing Up

Signing up as a buyer on FeetFinder is pretty easy and free, which makes it more appealing. Buyers don’t have to pay a subscription fee like sellers do so you can try it without any penalties. Just visit FeetFinder.com and click “Sign Up” in the top right-hand corner. Then, instead of clicking “Sell Feet Pics”, select “View/Buy Feet Pics”. 

Similar to seller profiles, buyers can create a unique username but have to provide their email address, password, and the country where they live. Another difference between opening a buyer account versus a seller account is that there is no identity verification. This means buyers aren’t required to upload their ID or take a selfie. Instead, they can verify their account using the email address or phone number you entered. 

Navigating the Dashboard

After you confirm your account, you’re automatically redirected to the buyer dashboard. When you’re just starting out, the page looks pretty bare. Buyers can use the navigation menu on the left side to search for sellers, subscribe to their favorites, place orders, and send messages. Once you subscribe to a few sellers and save their profiles, you can revisit their pages in the future using the “Following” or “Subscribed” tabs. You can also revisit all of your purchased content, see pending notifications, and access FeetFinder’s live cam sessions. Unfortunately, most sellers are preoccupied with selling their feet pics and networking that they rarely host cam sessions so if that’s what you’re after, you’re better off using a different site. 

The “Recommendations” tab lists all the sellers that FeetFinder thinks you might be interested in. These results are based on your purchase and search history, preferences, and geographical location, but some buyers claim that random sellers show up in their recommendation list. All seller photos are blurred until the buyer’s payment is confirmed. FeetFinder claims this is done to protect both parties and make sure that sellers get paid and buyers receive the content they paid for but most users I’ve spoken to agree that blurring the images really does nothing in terms of safety.

You need to add funds to your wallet to make purchases and download content. This can be done at any time by clicking on the dollar sign at the top of the dashboard. You can also click here to check your balance and view all your transactions. 

Searching for Content

Here’s where things start to go downhill for buyers on FeetFinder. After you set up your dashboard and add funds to your wallet, you can try to start searching for foot content – that is if you can figure out how to find what you’re looking for. 

FeetFinder has an obscene amount of categories with dozens of related collections, with some extending beyond taboo and skirting the line of obscurity, for example – “12 toes”, “automotive”, “foot dust”, “pink”, and “rubber”, just to name a few. It’s nearly impossible to know what types of foot pics you’d find in these outlandish categories which could lead to countless clicking, scrolling, and wasted time.

Some buyers already know the exact seller they’re looking for and can search by their real name or username. These results are sorted into even more subcategories like “all sellers”, “recommended sellers”, and “active sellers”. 

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FeetFinder

Most new buyers on FeetFinder won't have a favorite seller yet so FeetFinder displays the most popular categories to help start you on your way. After a few minutes of browsing the site, you’ll get a general idea of how to search and view different categories, save your favorite sellers’ profiles, and make purchases. FeetFinder also makes recommendations and suggestions based on your recent activity and selections. 

If you’re daring enough, scroll to the bottom of the sellers’ page and search any one of the endless categories listed here in alphabetical order. If for no other reason than pure entertainment, check out some of these outlandish categories. But don’t be surprised if what you’re met with has nothing to do with what the category says. This is a major complaint of many buyers I’ve talked to. There’s nothing more frustrating than clicking on the “MILF” category only to be met with random, generic feet pics that aren’t of older women. Don’t be surprised if the search process on FeetFinder leaves you feeling confused and disappointed.

Another major complaint of buyers is that many of the categories overlap. This means you may see the same exact feet pics in all of the categories you browse. Just because FeetFinder has hundreds of categories doesn’t mean the content is unique or specific to each one. For example, if the seller used a certain keyword or tag on their image, it will show up in all of the associated categories, even if they’re not relevant. 

The Pros and Cons of FeetFinder for Buyers

Depending on your need, budget, and preferences, each foot pic platform offers its own set of pros and cons. So, before you add funds to your wallet and start searching FeetFinder’s vast inventory of images and video clips, consider these benefits and drawbacks. 

Pros

Access to International Users

Unlike other foot pic websites that limit who can access their site, FeetFinder welcomes and accommodates buyers from around the world. That means, regardless of where you live, you can take advantage of the website’s extensive inventory and make safe, secure purchases. One downside is that if you and the seller you’re trying to reach are in different countries and different time zones, you may have a difficult time connecting. Some buyers I spoke to also reported discrepancies in payment and currency rates. 

Dozens of Categories and Sellers

If it's the variety you’re after, FeetFinder delivers. But as we all know, sometimes, too much of a good thing isn’t so good. The platform lets you search by a variety of categories and keywords including things like ethnicity, location, and age or by niche including  and bondage foot pics, toes, dirty feet, footwear, and more. The options for foot content on this website are truly endless just beware that you don’t get bogged down by too many options. 

Mobile App

Over 60% of all searches are done on mobile devices. In today’s fast-paced world where most people are on the go, having a mobile app makes using FeetFinder easy and convenient. As of this writing, the FeetFinder app is available on both iOS and Android devices. It’s important to note, though, that some users report glitches with the app and discrepancies between their mobile and desktop accounts. For example, if you add funds to your PC, they may not automatically reflect on the app. 

Verified Sellers

One major complaint buyers have about many foot pic platforms is that the sellers are really bots. Customers report fake accounts, abandoned profiles, and phony messages that leave them feeling vulnerable to scams. FeetFinder does go the extra mile to make sure buyers feel safe by verifying every seller’s identity using a two-step authentication process. Only sellers that pass the identity check are permitted to sell on the website. Sadly, plenty of buyers I know report bots, abandoned accounts, and getting ghosted by sellers.

Free to Use

Buyers don’t have to pay to use the site. The only time you pay is when you find the foot content you want and make a purchase. Buyers also have the option to subscribe to a particular seller’s page if they so choose. Many of these subscriptions come with a monthly fee, similar to OnlyFans. 

Cons

Overwhelming Website

Buyers have the same complaint as sellers when it comes to the layout, design, and sheer volume of content on FeetFinder. Countless categories, niches, tabs, sellers, and menu options can make it difficult to navigate the pages. Professionals and foot lovers alike may not have the time or patience needed to scour the site and weed through the countless seller profiles and results pages. I know plenty of buyers who got frustrated and fed up with the less-than-desirable search process on FeetFinder and, instead, opted for a simpler, more streamlined, and user-friendly platform. 

FeetFinder Reviews from Sellers

If you’re anything like me, one of the first things I do before making any purchase or using a website is check online reviews. Unfortunately, most of FeetFinder’s reviews are garbage and clearly fake. The positive ones don’t say anything about the website’s specific features and rave about the customer service team which I found to be appalling! But, if you’re interested in reading them anyway, here ya go!

I was a little confused getting this up and running and they were quick to respond (same day, within a few hours to even minutes) super nice, and helpful!! – Tiffany

The first and only site I’ve sold feet pics on. Every time I’ve had any issues, they have always been great and responsive. The site itself is set up to protect the seller and buyers if you use it correctly. I’ve dabbled into others, but FF truly is the site to use. I’ve referred 2 others already to this! – Cupcake

FeetFinder is an amazing, legit way to make extra cash! I couldn’t believe it until I signed up myself. Easy, fast user-friendly signup process! I’m excited to be a part of FeetFinders and would recommend it to anyone looking to make extra cash. – Melanie Sky

Garbage. Do not trust this website. Tried making random usernames and it kept telling me “usernames exist”. I literally blind-typed on the keyboard that wasn’t even a name and it said the “username exists”. – J

This site seems useless so far. I signed in as a professional model to sell content, and I am very disappointed! Every single member who messaged me is only asking about other ways to see me like IG or Snap. This site does not have any rules at all. The site should have a word recognition system and all these people should be blocked. – Gabriella Claudia

I want a refund. I got no hits at all despite boosting and posting photos and messaging people. There are way more sellers than buyers and it's not a reliable way to make money. – Prin

FeetFinder Reviews from Buyers

While most online reviews about FeetFinder are from sellers, with a little digging, you can find a few reviews that showcase the positive and negative experiences of buyers on the platform. 

If I could select zero stars I would. FeetFinder stole my money. – KC

I'm currently being scammed by feetfinders.com after endless and endless emails trying to withdraw my money. I receive some dodgy emails and someone asking for more personal information than they would possibly need for someone actually working there! It's now turning into a police matter. – Anonymous

Feetfinder customer service is AWFUL. – Customer

Very very poor service. You can be there forever and you’ll get nothing. Just a waste of time. – Emmanuella 

They are awesome! The platform is seamless and they make everything convenient and smooth. Love the algorithm and ability to build connections quickly. – Harley Reed

Amazing company!!! I highly recommend it!! Great website and very easy to work with!! Will definitely continue to use it!! – Coco Fetish

Love the customer support! Very reliable and very patient with any of my questions or concerns I may have! Would definitely recommend it to friends who are willing to explore! – OhKingSkittles

Case Studies from Real Users

Even if these FeetFinder reviews are from real users, they’re still open to interpretation. I went one step further and asked a few people I met on the platform to give me more details about their experiences so I could share them with you! Here’s what a couple of sellers and one buyer had to say about their disappointing experience on FeetFinder. 

Meet Linda, a single mom working two jobs, Linda was trying to make some extra cash from home while raising her three small children. A neighbor told her about selling feet pics on FeetFinder and Linda thought it sounded too good to be true. Sadly, she quickly learned that it was.

“After signing up and paying for the monthly subscription fee, it took me days to log into my account”, she explained. “The page kept telling me that my username and password didn’t exist even after I got a confirmation email. And forget about trying to contact customer service! It took me nearly a week to gain access to my sales page and start posting pictures.” Linda purchased several accessories and pairs of shoes to use in her photo shoots, “spending more money I didn’t have”, only to be left disappointed and lost. “There are way too many sellers on FeetFinder to compete. Unless you plan to spend every waking moment taking foot pics and uploading them, the chances of you actually making a sale or any money on this site are slim to none! I think I actually lost money.” 

But Linda isn’t the only frustrated FeetFinder user. I talked to Ben, a retired teacher and part-time delivery driver, Ben has an appreciation for the female foot. “I don’t know what it is about women’s delicate feet but I just can’t get enough!”, he explains. Ben joined FeetFinder a few months ago in the hopes of finding pictures of high-arches and mature women in heels. “I’m no computer whizz but I’m also not a stranger to technology and I found the FeetFinder platform completely overwhelming. I tried searching for a specific seller I’d seen on other pages but with no luck. Then I changed my search using different keywords only to have the same dozen pictures show up every single time.” Ben claims he tried to email FeetFinder for assistance and never received a response. “All I can say is thank goodness I didn’t pay to use this site or else I’d be out both money and time. At least now I can take my business elsewhere.”

Not all user experiences on FeetFinder are completely negative. Maggie, a college student from LA, claims she did fairly well with selling foot content in the beginning but that sales continually dropped off until she was spending more on subscription fees than she was making. “There’s just not enough business to go around,” Maggie said. “When I started, I think being a new seller helped because buyers on the site were eager for fresh meat,” she explains. “But after a few months of making $100 here and there, my sales fell off completely. I tried paying for ‘boosts’ but they were a waste of money,” Maggie said. “In the end, the subscription fees and commission made it impossible to turn a profit.” 

FeetFinder Customer Support 

I’m not really sure who these users are that said they received a prompt, helpful, and informative response from FeetFinder’s customer service team because based on my own experience and the experiences of other sellers I know, the customer support staff is virtually nonexistent. 

If you even want to bother reaching out to customer service, you can do it in one of two ways –  send an email to hello@feetfinder.com or put in a request ticket using the “Contact” tab at the top of the page. The contact form requires all the basic information like your name, the subject of your inquiry, and a brief description of the problem. FeetFinder says that all inquiries are addressed within 24 to 48 hours, but I don’t know of anyone who received a response that quickly even after multiple attempts. 

Another thing that makes this entire process so frustrating is that the questions and issues people have aren’t minor. I reached out because a member was harassing me and plenty of people I know weren’t receiving their payments on time or were being locked out of their accounts. These are pretty serious and important issues that need immediate attention but it's quite clear that FeetFinder doesn’t care.

Expert Advice from Dr. Melissa Cook 

When all else fails, listen to the experts. I was lucky enough to ask therapist Dr. Melissa Cook her opinion about FeetFinder and her predictions about the foot content industry in general. 

“Now more than ever, people from all walks of life are turning to the internet to fulfill certain needs, fetishes, and fantasies,” Dr. Cook explains. “With an increasing number of people being open and honest about their foot fetishes , websites like FeetFinder are growing in numbers and popularity.” Dr. Cook goes on to say that while FeetFinder has a large following and diverse customer base, it also poses certain hurdles for sellers. “With a hefty 20% commission on all sales plus a subscription fee, FeetFinder makes it difficult for sellers to make a living.” Dr. Cook also explains that inexperienced sellers may not realize FeetFinder is keeping such a large portion of their sales and price their foot content too low, resulting in lost time, money, and effort. 

“The foot pic industry isn’t going anywhere,” Dr. Cook says, “But if you’re a seller trying to break into this business, you may want to find a smaller website like FunwithFeet.com that’s easier to navigate, less overwhelming, and where the competition isn’t quite as fierce.” 

Can You Succeed Selling (and Buying) Feet Pics on FeetFinder?

There’s no clear-cut answer to this question. When deciding on the best platform to showcase and sell your foot content, it mostly comes down to preference. While some sellers want nothing more than to post their pics on a well-known site like FeetFinder, others prefer a smaller platform with less competition. 

The same can be said for buyers and foot lovers. If you want endless options and tons of variety, FeetFinder may be a great option. On the other hand, some new buyers find the site overwhelming and professionals with minimal time or patience don’t want to be bothered scrolling through thousands of search results. 

At the end of the day, you won’t know if FeetFinder is for you unless you try. But before you do, make sure you calculate your earnings minus the site’s 20% mission and monthly fees and are prepared to fight for every sale you make. 

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