As us panty sellers know, there are plenty of different options when it comes to selling your used panties online.
Ideally, you’d experiment with different options to see what suits you best.
It’s all individual. For me, I prefer to sell on platforms. It’s simple, easy and effective. Sure, you have to pay for subscriptions but you more than make that money back if you’re doing things right.
Another option I like is KIK groups.
Normally you will be invited to a KIK buying and selling group after you’ve been around for a while, long enough for people to get to know, like and trust you. If you try to join one that you find then you’ll be removed. End of.
Over the past eight months I have been a member of about 12 different selling groups. And you know, they’re great. You usually make sales pretty easy and you can get to chat with fun people.
It’s free, easy and you can post pics and adverts to make new clients.
But what about the downsides?
Well, I’ve got to be honest.
Not one KIK group I’ve been in, not one…has been drama free.
Normally at some point someone gets upset about something and either leaves or is kicked out.
When people are forced to leave it can change the dynamic of the group and people who were fond of others can decide to leave too.
Before you know it there’s an exodus and you need more new people to join before things can settle back down again.
And that’s not just the groups I’ve been in.
I’ve heard and see the aftermath of fall out from other groups – normally these things get around – and you get to know what’s going down in another group you aren’t even in.
It’s a crazy game and you don’t want to get bogged down in other people’s drama.
So if you’re not feeling up to facing that kind of eventuality – and I do think it’s very common – then it’s best not to try to sell on kik groups.
Leave KIK to the other panty sellers.
Alternatively, you can start your own. But with the best will in the world you can’t control everyone’s emotions and fallout from disagreements. It happens. It takes a strong leader to run a KIK group, someone who is fair and kind and reasonable.
It pays to be courteous too. I’ve seen people removed without so much as a warning and given no reason or apology.
It’s just basic good manners to be respectful and kind.
My advice, at the first sign of trouble, step back. Either leave or stay silent until things have blown over. You don’t have to get involved.
If you are a member of a panty selling KIK group and it’s never got a problem, give me a shout 😉