How long have you been buying panties?
About 11 years
Where do you buy from?
Started at pantytrust, then moved to ebanned and Pantydeal. Pantydeal actually owns PantyTrust now.
How often do you buy a new pair?
New as in from a new seller? Not often, maybe 1 or 2 every 2 months. I get some from regular sellers maybe once every month.
Do you buy additional items from panty sellers? If so, what?
I also have a sock and pantyhose fetish so I sometimes get those as well.
What do you look for in a panty seller?
I look for a person who is genuine (not a scammer) and is truly wanting to sell to fulfill a want or a need as opposed to wanting just the money. I don’t live in Japan, so there is no store that just exists for used panties that I can walk into and peruse around, you have to buy them online. So with that being said, you want to find somebody that puts pride into their work, somebody that enjoys it.
What turns you off from wanting to buy?
Often times a seller may immediately start off with “oh my p**sy is so wet and my panties are soaked. I’m so wet thinking about you…” That may work on some buyers but personally not me. You shouldn’t start with that, we just met and are basically strangers at that point.
Imagine if I walked up to you on the street as a complete stranger and said: “I’m hard thinking about you rubbing yourself to the thought of me.” You’d be liable to slap me. Sure, it may work on a couple of women but the majority would not think that was the best line to start with.
Another turn off is when it’s clear the seller is only in it for the money and doesn’t put much thought into it. Also if they are selling 6 panties that they claim are 2-day wear in one week, then either they are really premade, which is fine if they are upfront with that, or they are faking it, which is an obvious red flag.
What advice would you give to a new seller?
You think it would be easy. You have dirty panties and want extra cash and buyers have extra cash and want dirty panties, but for some reason, it’s much more difficult than that. Keep navigating the waters. Trust me, there are good buyers out there who will work with you as long as you keep it up.
You should treat this as a part-time job, trust me, the longer and harder you work at it, the more money you will make. If you don’t put a lot of effort into it than you won’t get a lot out of it.
You should also follow my 3 basic rules:
Rule 1: Be safe
Rule 2: Get the money
Rule 3: Don’t give up your humanity
It’s nice to have supportive sellers that can help you sell but sometimes it’s good to get the buyers perspective as well. I’m always willing to help new sellers. Whether it’s questions about the validity of a buyer, what something might be worth, or something as simple as what kind of envelope to use and how to ship something, or anything in between.
Don’t think that selling your panties is somehow lowering your standards or “stooping low”. Instead think of it as opening a new window. Like I said earlier there is no store we can just go and get panties in. We can only get them from sellers who are gracious enough to fill our needs.
What advice would you give to a new buyer?
Don’t just find the cheapest lady around. You want to find somebody that puts work into their craft. Now sometimes it’s easy to find those ladies. If they have a ton of great reviews and nicely edited photos and a profile that at least has seen spell check, you should feel safe to buy. I wouldn’t start right off the bat with a brand new seller. Not that they aren’t going to be the greatest seller you’ve ever met, who knows, they might be. But for your very first purchase, I recommend with going with a more experienced seller.
Treat the seller with kindness. She is a human being and deserves to be treated with dignity and respect. Just because she is in this line of business doesn’t mean she is some sort of porno star or dirty panty machine. No, these women oftentimes have real careers and real stuff going on in their lives. If they don’t respond to your every inquiry 5 seconds after you send it that doesn’t mean they don’t care, that just means they might be busy.
This isn’t Tinder. It’s a used panty site. Yes, you can get pics and vids and sexting. These women are fulfilling a need but many of them are already taken or aren’t interested. It’s important to form a healthy relationship with a seller that you want as a regular but don’t take it too far. Remember, this is their business and it needs to remain a business relationship. If she pursues something outside of that so be it but you as a new buyer shouldn’t initiate that. There is no reason to be heartbroken if she blocks you or otherwise chastises you for your advances. As long as she is providing what you bought, that’s all that matters, that’s all the site was intended for. It’s a business site, not a dating site.
Do you think the market is saturated with sellers?
Often times during the summer it can be. The market gets flooded with what some of us buyers refer to as SCG’s, or summer college girls. These are girls in college or university who join the site in an attempt to make quick and easy cash to supplement their job for the summer (or in some cases no job). Many fail, some sell, and few succeed. Many times they don’t put in the effort or don’t realize the amount of effort needed to really succeed. Many, unfortunately, get scammed off the bat and then are turned off from the whole experience.
To answer the question more completely. It’s easy to find a seller who has a pair of panties and wants to sell them. It’s easy for them, they’re usually already wearing the panties and instead of sending them off to the washing machine they can send them off to a buyer. Finding a woman who wants to sell is easy, they are a dime a dozen. Finding a buyer who is willing to buy is what is hard. There are plenty of us buyers out there. But just like any store you go into, there will be more stock than what is sold. Imagine the site as a grocery store. Many buyers go up and down the aisles buying but they will never completely sell out of absolutely everything. There will always be more panties available to buy than buyers wanting them. That’s not just how it works here, that’s how it works at any store
What does the future hold for panty selling online do you think?
I hope there is a way to finally get rid of the scammers on both sides. I’m not exactly certain how that would be obtained, but, is like to think at one point the rampant scamming will come to an end. It’s already hard enough for sellers to sell, it doesn’t need to be any harder.