A pinch of skepticism and tons of common sense – Fake sellers
About 3 weeks ago allegations of questionable behaviour began to surface in connection with a panty seller called Pip of www.mypantiesdrawer.com, a red head from Canada who has been on the scene for over a year.
Her self-promotion quickly brought her a fair amount of attention on various panty sites, although some skepticism and puzzled panty buyers recognized Pip as a ‘strange character’.
In retrospect, the inconsistencies in Pip’s circumstances were pretty obvious: she claimed not be interested in selling due to personal, work and privacy issues, that she was simply exploring the fetish scene as a ‘guest’ and she was far too worried about what was happening in Korea to be thinking about being sexual. For someone not interested in making money or selling used panties, she certainty spent an awful lot of time online.
But none of this fakery bullshit mattered much until the Pip persona began to create more personas, change profiles, names and descriptions – She began to assign herself as Queen the MILF, Miss MoneyPenny the divorcée, Teeny the Uni student, Ella the tired mother etc etc - These fake profiles managed to go unnoticed until scam reports started to be circulated by confused buyers who one day had been talking to MoneyPenny, a day later a metamorphosed Queen.
By the end of week 3, a scary picture had unfolded as to how Pip managed to con the community into thinking she was at least 4 different people, all selling panties appealing to various audiences.
Yes it is sad that so many of us fail to recognise this scam for so long, and yes it is sad that despite our best efforts in protecting the community and looking after each other, we still get shafted. But this is not a new scenario, we have seen it before, fakes, scammers, nutjobs, cons, spammers, liars and dodgy people will always be a few profiles away from ours.
Much of the niggling indignation over the Pip con now focuses understandably on trust issues between panty buyers and panty sellers, and since panty sellers reputations can be spoiled by such disgusting stunts, I’m not surprised to hear how some new girls worry about what’s to come, if anything at all.
As as seller, don’t be discouraged, as a buyer, follow you gut instincts, if you feel something isn’t right, it probably isn’t. Help, support and advice are out there, speak to people, if you have concerns share them, join Panty Trust, follow the basic rules, be honest, use a pinch of skepticism, work on your common sense, put in the hard work, be patience and respectful, don’t always take things at face value just because the face is pretty, and you will have a successful, happy, and enjoyable time on any online adult community, just like the majority of us.
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