I got this question from a new used panty seller:
“Hey Dalma! I’ve been on snifffr for a couple weeks now without much luck but I have had men message me and ask me to sext them in exchange for reviews on my shop, one even say he would do 3 reviews before sexting to prove it was real.
I was wondering if this is something that I should actually be doing to get reviews and if this is something thats normal on sniffr. Thank you!”
So this is common and comes up a lot.
Most guys know that new sellers are keen to get their first review and so they capitalise on that in order to get stuff for free. Now, you can think of that what you will. On the one hand, God loves a trier and these guys are here to see what they can get for free. On the other, they’re manipulating shit bags who take advantage of your desire for your first review to use you (even though they are technically giving you something in return).
For this to work it relies on trust first and foremost. If they get their free thing and then don’t review you, you’re going to feel like you’ve been scammed. And to all intents and purposes, you have.
If they review you first and then you don’t send them the free thing. Well, they can change the review and make it super nasty and you’ve no way of proving that you’re a truthful seller with integrity because you’ve already got that bad rep.
So with those two things in mind I’m going to say I don’t recommend you go down this route.
A lot of sellers on platforms already know the guys that give the fake reviews. They will then tarnish you with the same brush as being a scammer who accepts fake reviews so it can damage your reputation.
It also speaks volumes that you don’t feel you’re capable of receiving a genuine review in return for providing a quality service so there’s that.
Now, don’t get me wrong. I totally understand what it’s like to hold out for your first review and be begging for someone to take a chance on you.
You have to build the know-like-trust factor and that’s a lot harder work than just giving something for free and ‘cheating’ your way to success.
But honestly, I don’t think it’s worth it.
Do all you can to get someone to take a chance on you and to prove yourself as a good seller. It will pay off down the line.
Look at it this way, the number of sellers on platforms with reviews… WE ALL STARTED WHERE YOU ARE NOW!
It’s a nightmare trying to make that first sale but once you pop that cherry it becomes easier.
So yeah, I’m not about to tell you what to do. You make your own decisions. You either decide to do this and do it right, or to cheat a little bit and get your foot in the door to get started. You can cheat in the beginning and then come good thereafter promising to only ever do it by the book thereafter.
But just watch, cheating can get you into trouble and can fuck you up down the line if it becomes this ‘little white lie’ type of thing that grows arms and legs.
If you set out and tell yourself you’re going to be the best, then be the best you can be!
And also, do you really want to have these guys taking advantage of new sellers getting results so they do it even more? What does that do to the industry long-term?
I’m not berating you or any other seller who considers this. It’s a lot more common than you’d think and for many sellers it doesn’t do any harm when they just feel happy to have a number against that review!
Just be careful is my advice.
I hope that helps!