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Whether you’re an OnlyFans beginner or an OnlyFans veteran, chances are there’s an answer to all your OnlyFans questions on this page. If not, just email us your question and we’ll do our best to help. Either way, use the table of contents above to navigate, or tap on the questions below to get clear, easy-to-understand answers.
OnlyFans is an internet content subscription service, mainly serving pornography-focused users.
(They have been trying to broaden their userbase though, and does host chefs, fitness trainers, musicians, and more.)
OnlyFans was founded by entrepreneur Timothy Stokely, his father Guy Stokely, and his brother Thomas. Then, in October 2018, controversial porn king Leonid Radvinsky, bought about 75% of the company.
Then, in December 2021, Tim Stokely stepped down as CEO, replaced by Amrapali “Ami” Gan. Technically it’s currently owned by ‘Fenix International Limited.’
OnlyFans was founded in 2016.
OnlyFans is based in London, England, in the United Kingdom. In 2018, Florida-based porn mogul Leonid Radvinsky, bought about 75% of OnlyFans.
Content creators sign-up to OnlyFans in order to reach, and often monetize, their fanbases. The majority of creators are ‘sex-workers.’
Customers or users subscribe to OnlyFans creators to get entertainment, education, and connection. The majority consumers are, uh, ‘horny guys,’ at the time of writing.
OnlyFans works similar to Patreon, with creators signing up for free and publishing content. Consumers then ‘subscribe’ to their favorite creators for a monthly fee.
On top of that creators can offer ‘pay-per-view’ (PPV) content that anyone can pay to ‘unlock’ and view.
Names that proclaim your niche:
Names that have style or flair:
Names that speak to your tribe:
Names that are authentic:
Names like the above can do a lot of heavy lifting for your brand, but they aren’t the only way. Feel free to use anything else that resonates with you, be creative.
I write all about this in my post 101 Easy OnlyFans Bio Ideas (That Gains Subscriptions.)
Like making money on any social platform, a series of steps must be accomplished to truly ‘make money.’ Those steps are:
- Get attention on your page / brand / content, attract ‘new eyeballs.’
- Engage a healthy amount of those people more by providing things they truly value.
- Follow-up with further valuable engagements, so they become comfortable and ready enough to buy.
- At this point, make a ‘juicy offer’ to them that gives value for their money.
- Soothe any buyer-objections they have and close the sale.
These same steps happen in every business, and must be done to make money on OnlyFans. You can get a quick summary of them in our post 7 Steps To Turn A Stranger Into A Subscriber, and you get an clearer, more in-depth walkthrough of them in our post How To Succeed On OnlyFans (8 Easy Steps!)
Getting traffic basically means getting attention. So ask yourself “what do I pay attention to? What gets me to stop scrolling and engage?” Do you stop scrolling for ‘yet another selfie?’ Likely not. Do you stop scrolling if you see a sign that says ‘Discount Today?’ Maybe. Do you stop if you see a girl dressed like a demon-cow? More likely. Do you stop scrolling if you see a video of a collaborating with one of your favorite creators? Also likely.
Learn what gets attention, then serve it up to strangers over and over, and the eyeballs and traffic will roll in. More on this in our post ‘Want Money? Fame? A Friend? Attention Comes First!‘
Growing your audience first requires ‘traffic’ (attention). So you absolutely must find a reliable, repeatable way of getting attention, first. No point focusing on all the other steps without this.
To grow your audience, you must take the attention you have, and turn it into interest, into engagement. If you don’t know how to create engagement, that’s a key topic that you’ll want to study and master. Again, no point moving forward with your audience growth if you fail at this step.
If you put any ego aside, and invest time and effort into getting the hang of ‘attention’ and ‘engagement’, then you can put the two together and create an audience-growth system that works for you. More on this in our post ‘12 Steps Of Selling For Spicy Accountants.’
Promotion is just delivering (perceived) value to strangers, that connects back to your brand, page, or content. You can do it literally anywhere. On billboards. On streetcorners. On Tiktok. On Reddit.
You can do it by holding contests, offering discounts, creating controversy, telling stories, sharing memes, and thousands of other ways.
But there’s 8 billion people on the planet, and you’ve gotta be honest with yourself, how many are you reaching each day? Do you have the hustle to reach more? Do you have what it takes to handle rejections, haters, downvotes, etc.?
Note: We have a guide to take you from creating an OnlyFans, to promoting it, to closing sales, and more called: “How To Make Money On OnlyFans (8 Easy Steps For 2022!)“
Most people who answer this question have an agenda, but if you look at the situation objectively… OnlyFans isn’t ‘good’ or ‘bad.’
OnlyFans is just a tool.
And it’s like any other tool, period. Are cars bad for society? Is the internet bad for society?
When each of these things was first invented, they were a massive blessing to so many, elevating humanity in major ways.
Now cars clog up roads and the environment. Now the internet spreads fake news and divisiveness in the blink of an eye.
OnlyFans is just a tool.
It depends on your definition of cheating.
There are many people who are fine watching porn with each other. Some are fine with polyamory. Others are fine dating porn stars who’s job is sex-work. Many of these folk are fine with their significant other consuming OnlyFans content.
But most of them aren’t ok with lying, hiding, and sneaking around behind each other’s backs.
Some people (often highly religious ones) are more conservative or prudish. Some think looking at another girl is cheating. Some think fantasizing is cheating. Some see thinking a single ‘impure’ thought, even accidentally, as cheating.
OnlyFans allows people to show off their bodies, and allows people who enjoy that to support it with their wallets. Whether that’s cheating or not is up to you.
There’s plenty, but here’s a few key names:
- Blac Chyna
- Bhad Bhabie
- Belle Delphine
- Bella Thorne
- Mia Khalifa
- Amber Rose
- Jordyn Woods
- Denise Richards
- Carmen Electra
- Tana Mongeau
Cardi B had a successful OnlyFans, but it’s been ‘broken’ for months at time of writing. There’s also pornstars as well, though some like to dismiss them as ‘not celebrities.’
- Riley Reid
- Mia Malkova
- Adriana Chechik
- Angela White
- Alexis Texas
- Lena Paul
- Havana Ginger
- Emily Willis
- Angela White
- Dillion Harper
OnlyFans is for people who want connection, intimacy, affection arousal, pleasure, and similar things. Buyers could easily go to Pornhub for all the free porn they could want, but they’d prefer to interact, ‘get to know a girl’, and see her physical beauty as it evolves day-to-day.
If you want to label such people ‘simps’, no one can stop you, but harsh judgment and derogatory approaches like that rarely go well.
Either way, whoever these buyers are, they’re a huge demographic, who are happy to open their wallets to erotically charged OnlyFans creators.
OnlyFans provides far more engagement, interaction, and intimacy than anonymously browsing porn to ‘get off.’ OnlyFans allows subscribers to feel much more connected, involved, and personal with the spicy accountants they subscribe to.
OnlyFans reportedly grew their revenue 553% during the pandemic, which by most definitions, counts as an ‘explosion’ of growth.
Some would say that OnlyFans *made* their career. Others would say that it ‘ruined’ their career.
This is an individual thing, and depends highly on how deeply you care what society thinks of you, and how secure you are in your ability to deliver value to the market and monetize it.
Secure people who don’t care what society thinks tend to have no issues doing what they want and winning with it. Janelle Zielinski lost her job as a cop due to her OnlyFans, but has a safer job now making bank from the comfort of her own home.
Insecure people who care very much what others think, tend to abandon their OnlyFans whenever they’re judged, leaving the money and the platform.
We cover this much more in-depth in our post Will OnlyFans Ruin My Career? (The Striking Answer No One Tells You)
For the most part, yes.
- Join OnlyFans with an anonymous email addy, like ProtonMail.
- You can use a fake name or alias on OnlyFans.
- Also use a fake name or alias on other social media as well.
- You can avoid showing your face on OnlyFans.
- Avoid revealing your location.
- Use strong passwords.
- Consider using a VPN to mask your IP.
- Consider using a P.O. Box.
Doing all of the above doesn’t 100% guarantee anonymity, but it’s about as close as you can get to it in this modern digital world.
No you don’t. Many OnlyFans creators succeed without showing their face.
Also worth noting, celebrities like Daft Punk and Sia have succeeded without showing their face too, and not just online, but in ‘real life.’
It’s 2022, and even influencers, celebrities, and tech-gurus with tons of security & resources at their fingertips … can still end up being doxxed.
Just like no one is ‘robbery-proof’, no one is ‘dox-proof’ either.
That said, if you’re careful and take precautions you’re unlikely to reveal any personal details just from using OnlyFans, at least anymore than you would using any other social platform.
OnlyFans is safe as long as you’re careful.
OnlyFans is successful and established because it delivers a decently secure way for creators to receive money from subscribers and engage with their fans.
They won’t magically keep you anonymous or defend you from haters, but they know who their core audience is, and they aren’t exactly cheering for them to be harmed or taken advantage of.
They even recently added a bit of charge-back protection, so users can only chargeback once or twice before they get banned.
But like anything, you have to be responsible and wise in your behavior, and just like any other social platform, safety is never ‘guaranteed’, so be smart.
For those over 18 years of age, in most countries, Onlyfans is legal to use.
Different countries and states have various laws regarding exactly what sexual content is allowed, so you’ll have to explore that for your own location, but using the platform is legal in most places. (Dubai and Angola are a couple examples where OnlyFans is banned, though.)
You’ll see the phrase “OnlyFans” or “Fenix International” on any account statements involving OnlyFans. Other variations may happen, but they’ll always include “OnlyFans” or “OF” in the description.
(All of your OnlyFans transactions, from the one-time confirmation payment to other fees, will appear on your bank statement.)
Pay & Money Related
A creator gets paid about one week after requesting a withdrawal of funds.
Whenever you earn from a subscription, PPV, a tip, etc. – those funds will join your ‘pending balance.’
It will remain their for a holding period of 8 days, at which point it will roll over into your ‘current balance,’ and be available for you to withdraw.
But when you request a withdrawal, OnlyFans still doesn’t release the funds immediately, and you’ll have to wait 5-7 days from the moment you requested your withdrawal to receive your funds.
OnlyFans takes 20% of all earnings.
For example, if a creator earns $1,00, OnlyFans will take $20, leaving the creator with $80.
That 20% is used to cover payment processing, rewarding referrers, hosting & bandwidth, and of course, profit for OnlyFans.
This arrangement seems to be working for a lot of OnlyFans models so far.
You can make a lot of money on OnlyFans, and there’s no shortage of headlines like these:
- “Young Australian OnlyFans star reveals the staggering amount of money she makes.”
- “Teen OnlyFans model whose parents kicked her out is now supporting THEM after earning $1 MILLION this year.”
- “Bhad Bhabie shows proof she made $50 million on OnlyFans”
But OnlyFans isn’t a magic wand or a silver-bullet, and OnlyFans didn’t reinvent business. Just like succeeding on Patreon, getting rich on OnlyFans takes wisdom. It takes committment. It takes ‘actual work’, because it’s an ‘actual job.’
For example, the average earnings from the average OnlyFans account is $180 / month. If you want to make more than average, you must execute the steps of business better than average.
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A sub to ‘free’ OnlyFans pages is just following anyone else on social media.
And when you subscribe to a ‘paid’ OnlyFans page, it’s still similar to other social media, except you’ll have to give your credit card info, and you’ll be charged.
In both cases, no mail or telephone calls are sent to your address, the creators you subscribe to only see your username and bio or whatever else you’ve chosen to add to your profile, and you can cancel your subscription with the click of a button.
That said, you will be charged automatically for a month’s subscription (from date of purchase) after confirming your credit card info. Also, a transacion from “OnlyFans” will appear on your bank statement.
You’ll then have access to all of their content.
Monthly subscriptions auto-renew, so you’ll be charged again after 30 days unless you turn off the auto-renew to avoid re-subbing.
Offering alternative payment-platforms while using the OnlyFans platform goes against OnlyFans terms of service, and will get you punished, restricted, or even banned from the platform.
There are ways around this, but OnlyFans watches what you type, so you’ll have to be creative.
A subscriber can subscribe to an OnlyFans creator without providing their banking information.
A creator must provide their bank account details in order to receive funds from OnlyFans.
To receive money from OnlyFans you’ll need to provide your bank account information. The type of information required for a successful transfer depends on where your bank is based.
Funds are directly deposited into your bank account.
OnlyFans payouts are made daily, on a 7-day rolling basis.
This means you’ll get your earnings from the 1st of the month on the 8th of the month. (Though the exact timing of your first payout can vary.) Sometimes, a certain bank will delay payment 2-3 days further.
Whatever the case, your withdrawals from OnlyFans will be deposited directly into your bank account, assuming you provided correct banking details.
Yes, though the timing and amount paid various from country to country.
For example, in the U.S., anyone who earns $600 a year, is subject to paying taxes through a 1099 form. (OnlyFans sends these out near tax time.)
Any amounts a subscriber wants to refund or chargeback is reported to that creator and will be instantly removed from that creator’s income.
If a subscriber abuses chargebacks (or disputes) through their credit card company, their access to OnlyFans may be limited or even banned.
Some OnlyFans creators publish their content on ‘free’ pages, which are free to subscribe to.
Other OnlyFans creators publish their content on ‘paid’ pages, which will only allow access to content once payment is confirmed.
Still other OnlyFans creators offer both types of page, or simply a free 30-day trial.
Here’s a selection of some top tier free accounts, but there’s lots more:
Hope that helps!
If you subscribe to a ‘free’ page, you’re mostly anonymous, but your username, bio, and any other profile details you’ve entered will be visible to the OnlyFans creators and others on the platform.
If you subscribe to a ‘paid’ page, your credit card information must be provided as well, plus a transaction from ‘OnlyFans’ will show on your card-statement.
Interestingly, I’ve heard that you can remain anonymous with a pre-paid virtual Mastercard from Getsby, but I haven’t tried it myself.
Well it could be any of the following:
- Some prepaid cards won’t always work on OnlyFans.
- There isn’t enough funds, credit, or balance on your card.
- Your bank account may be closed or limited, or your card’s been suspended or expired.
- Your OnlyFans account was tagged for fraud.
In very rare cases it could be an error on OnlyFans side, but the other options are more likely to check out first. Hopefully some of these point you in the right direction.
OnlyFans rejects most prepaid cards, gift cards, and even PayPal. The only prepaid cards OnlyFans does accept are certain prepaid Visa Cards. I haven’t tried these personally, but the following are the most common prepaid cards that have been said to work:
- PayPal Prepaid Mastercard
- Brinks Prepaid Mastercard
- Getsby Prepaid Mastercard
- Netspend Visa Prepaid Card
- ACE Elite Visa Prepaid Card
- CashApp Prepaid Card
The most reliable payment methods for OnlyFans are as follows:
- American Express
Hope that helps!
As soon as your your credit card is approved, a payment is automatically made to the target OnlyFans creator.
If you ‘top up’ your ‘Wallet Credits’ on OnlyFans then you can use that to pay, and again, it will be automatically deducted from your balance.
Yes, unless you go into settings and turn that auto-renew off.
Before deleting your OnlyFans account, be aware that it’s permanent, and can’t be undone. Other things to note:
- Withdraw all the funds in your OnlyFans wallet first.
- Know that your account will only be deleted once your last subscription expires.
- If all your subscriptions are finished, then OF will delete your account.
- Subscribers won’t get their money back.
- Any subscription fees you or other subscribers have already paid won’t be refunded.
- Also, of course, subscriptions won’t automatically renew anymore.
- If you’re a creator with paid subscriptions, it’s highly recommended to let subscribers know you plan to delete your account permanently so they can prepare themselves.
- You can always make a new page.
Deleting takes a few clicks:
Settings -> Account -> Account Management -> Delete Account -> Email Verification Code
(Note: This might differ on iPhone or Android.)
It’s fairly simple:
- Login to OnlyFans.
- Visit the creator you want to unsubscribe from.
- Find the ‘Auto-Renew’ button and toggle it off.
- Provide a ‘reason’ for unsubscribing.
- Choose to disable the re-bill or disable it and unfollow.
- Click Yes.
(Note: It may be slightly different on iPhone or Android.)
Disabling re-bill means you’re still following this creator, still ‘connected’ with them and able to access their content until your next re-bill date.
But if you choose to disable re-billing and unfollow them, your subscription will be canceled instantly.
OnlyFans is currently the ‘market-leader’ for sex-worker friendly social platforms, but there are others on the horizon that many people have been finding varying degrees of success on:
…and more are just a few of the contenders. The upcoming NFT-based platform Shush Club looks to have a lot of potential, but it’s too early to tell.
There’s no rule here. OnlyFans is your platform, and hopefully you’re making it serve you and your schedule.
- Some models post twice a week.
- Some post three times.
- Some models post daily.
- Some post multiple times a day.
If you’re just starting out, without a strong content system, it may be a struggle to even get out one piece of content a week.
If you keep at it, and keep refining the way you make content, it’ll get faster and easier, and it may inspire you to post more often.
If you’ve been in the game for ages with a whole team behind you, you may find posting many times a day totally doable.
Experiment and grow.
A good tip menu will make customers feel good at what they’re seeing, while helping you get tipped for anything consider a valuable offering you provide.
- Canva or Photoshop are the most commonly used tools for creating a tip menu.
- Aim to have a ‘clean’ design if possible. The purpose of a tip menu is to get your fans interested in your offerings and buying them from you– make that task easy to read.
- Aim for them to be easy to understand, reword any ambiguous phrases or sentences.
If you’re using Canva, choose blank image or template, add a background color, a nice photo, legible menu items, and accompanying prices, then upload it to your OnlyFans profile.
Browse other model’s profiles for inspiration, making a note of anything you like or want to avoid.
A whole Etsy marketplace of OnlyFans tip menus has popped up recently, but if you’re just looking for inspo, a quick google image search turns up quite a few menus.
Whether you use a free page, paid page, or both together doesn’t really matter. All of them can make vast amounts of money, and have done so for various OnlyFans models.
They each have different pros and cons in making them profitable, for example:
A free page has a low barrier to entry, making it easy to ‘get leads’ and grow your numbers, but it attracts ‘tire-kickers’, the kind of people who either don’t have the money or inclination to buy.
A paid page attracts ‘engaged buyers’ who are clearly ready to vote with their wallets, but there’s a higher barrier to entry, making it a slower to grow your numbers and reach.
A blend of both has the pros and cons of both, and requires finesse to get them to work together profitably.
Pay-per-view and subscriptions are both ways of earning on OnlyFans, and they work together.
The subscription fee is like the ‘door-charge’ at a strip club.
The pay-per-view is like the drinks, lapdances, and extras at a strip club.
It’s up to you to find a balance of both that works for you, just like different strip clubs must find a balance between the pricing of their door-charge and their in-club services.
So experiment with both, give them both honest, committed tries, and find out what works for you.
Don’t send any links through your DMs, as OnlyFans punishes this behavior.
Do add your social links the ‘correct’ way.
Goto the Account section and find ‘Linked Accounts’
Here is where you can properly ‘link’ your accounts and have them show up correctly on your OnlyFans profile.
You can also disconnect them from here as well later on if you wish.
To tag someone, just include an ‘@’ character, directly followed by the OnlyFan’s user’s name somewhere on the platform. ( @thebimbowhisperer 😀 )
If you have anyone else present in your shots you must have them sign a ‘model release’ & submit it to OnlyFans, or simply tag their OnlyFans account.
This verifies that they’re of age and protects you from legal complications.
Or you can just tag people to connect, engage, and get attention.
The OnlyFans referral program lets established creators refer new creators to the platform.
For this, the established creator earns 5% of the new refer-ee’s profits (paid directly from OnlyFans, not taken from the new user) for twelve months.
If you persuade 200 creators to join OnlyFans with your referral link, you could easily make an extra $1,800 dollars a month, even if those new users were only making the average $180 a month.
You can find yours in your OnlyFans account.
- Login to OnlyFans.
- Click the “My Referrals” tab in your dropdown menu.
- Your unique referral URL should appear there.
Learn more about this program on OnlyFans official site: https://onlyfans.com/help/3/22/90
Both services allow you to receive gifts from fans.
Throne prioritizes privacy, and offers the ability to wish for practically any item on the internet. They also focus on reducing refund fraud.
Amazon Wishlist is the gold standard. People are comfortable with it, and it’s extremely fast. But I’ve heard that a purchaser can actually see your personal details if they look deeper for it somewhere in their receipts.
I’d like to have a clearer answer for you on this, but I haven’t had enough experience, so I suggest you do your own research.
You can do it manually:
- Click on Fans, then scroll down to Fan Stats and click it
- Above Fan stats, there’s a magnifying glass and three lines (idk what to call it, so I’m just calling it three lines). Click the 3 lines.
- Choose a spent period to selectively see fans who “spent” during a certain time period.
- Scroll through the list (which should be much shorter than your expired fans list) and follow back expired subs
Or you can try an automated service or bot like FanWire or OFAutoFollower (possibly not permitted on OnlyFans.)
Although OnlyFans hosts all kinds of content, the majority of it’s content is ‘adult entertainment’ posted by sex-workers.
OnlyFans bans most things society might label ‘extreme’ fetish content. (I’m not sure what to call it, if you have a better term for it, I’m all ears.)
Anyway their ‘Acceptable Use Policy’ says you can’t post anything involving:
- guns & violence promotion
- lack of consent
- necro stuff
- poo & pee stuff
- revenge porn
- copyright infringement
You can read more from their official policy here: https://onlyfans.com/terms#acceptable-use-policy
Many of these ‘strange’ restrictions come from prudish banks and payment-processors refusing to deal with OnlyFans if they allow them. So rather than take a huge stand and put their entire company on the line, OnlyFans just complies.
The list grows all the time, but here’s an excerpt to give you a rough idea:
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If you’re thinking of typing anything similar to these, perhaps think again. If you’re ever unsure, one good solution is to simply say:
“If you find me on other channels, we can chat more freely, otherwise, OnlyFans won’t let me discuss this topic, sorry.”
(Note: Avoid sending links in DMs, OnlyFans automatically punishes this behavior.)
No, you can’t sell urination-related content on OnlyFans, but some users have found creative ways around this (see the banned word list in the question above.)
Yes you can sell feet pics on OnlyFans.
There’s tons of ideas out there, but here’s a few to get the ball rolling:
- Bath/Shower Play
- Foot Fetish Stuff
- Braless Content
- Flirty Fitness
- Sexy Cosplays
- Wet T-Shirt
- Perfuming / Lotion
- Twerk / Booty-Play
- Conversation Sessions
- Teach Your Fans Something
- Random Daily Selfies
- Roleplay Videos
- boy-girl, girl-girl, etc.
Hope that helps!
Pricing strategy is a deep topic, that relates to your confidence, market-understanding, ability to assess your own value, and more– but I’ll simplify the best I can:
You can charge whatever you want, but you must make sure the value you deliver is worth more than what your fans are paying.
If your fans value feet videos highly, and you make the best foot content around, you can charge a lot for it.
If you make the best foot content around, but your fans value big boobs, you can’t charge much.
If your fans value personal interaction highly, and you’re the DM-Queen, you can charge more.
If your fans just want jerk-off material, fast, but you spend your time trying to engage them in DM, you can’t charge much.
If your competitors put out iPhone videos, and you’re pumping out Hollywood -level footage and offering free calendars to your regulars, you can probably charge much more… *if* your fans value that stuff.
Whew! Hopefully these answers to your OnlyFans questions were helpful to you. If you have a question that you’d like answered more fully, please feel free to email my partner Cynshine.