Why do I need Panty Trust?
Hi Serena, I have just joined Panty Hog and I have put together a site where I sell my worn knickers and other fetish items. I see that a lot of sellers are verified by panty trust, but I am no sure what this means. Does this verify me as female? If so, are there any other type of worn knickers sellers? And what’s the £30 for?
Sorry about the questions, but I’ m trying to learn too many things at the same time!
Welcome to Panty Hog.
You will find that the a large number of successful panty sellers are Panty Trust verified, that is true, but what Panty Trust actually verifies is that you are a genuine member.
Let me explain:
You don’t need to join Panty Trust to prove that you are female, you can do that by yourself by taking verification photos or even videos. I actually encourage all new used panty sellers to do this as there are still a lot of issues concerning men pretending to be sexy models – A ‘used panty seller’ is traditionally considered to be an adult female with a used panty fetish, however, there are a few male, transvestites and transsexual who also sell their used panties.
What Panty Trust Members do is promote trust, offer support and advice to the used panty community by making themselves available to a network of people who are essentially members of the same organisation.
Think of it as a kind of Workers Union or a Club. A large number of Panty Trust members are experienced and professional panty sellers who can give advice and assistance to other community members when they need it, as well as support Panty Trust buyers.
Admittedly, over the years, some sellers have joined Panty Trust with the view of primarily increase their panty sales, this is something which is frowned upon by Panty Trust buyers and members, and will often have the opposite result.
Panty Trust used to be free, but sadly free things are often abused, so Panty Trust decided to introduce the £30 ‘deterrent’ fee, a strict code of conduct, an a verification process to eradicate time wasters, opportunists and questionable sellers. Also, there has been a huge number of panty sellers who claimed to be members when they weren’t, so having the ‘Verified’ seal linked to your Panty Trust membership page helps the community to established who and who isn’t a genuine Panty Trust Member.
Some people assume that not having a ‘Verified’ seal means you are less genuine, this isn’t the case, it just means you are not a member.
Essentially, if you are thinking about joining Panty Trust only with the reason to sell more panties, don’t do it, you’ll be wasting your time and Panty Trust’s time – You should become a Panty Trust Member only if you are willing to commit to actively support, promote, advice and help our community, and receive the same.