While foot fetishism has been a thing since time immemorial, selling of feet pictures online is a relatively recent trend.

There is still so little information about it on the internet, and many aspiring pic sellers are plausibly holding back from launching themselves into the market.

Before we discuss the safety and legality of selling feet pictures online, it’s vital that you know that people don’t buy feet pics just for sexual stimulation. Marketers, bloggers, and podiatric physicians are big customers too. 

So is the selling of feet pics online safe? And is it legal? Read on to find out.

Is Selling Feet Pics Dangerous?

Selling pictures online is not dangerous at all. Scammers cannot use pictures of your feet to steal or even unmask your identity. Furthermore, you can sell feet pictures anonymously.

Sites such as Instafeet, FoapApp, and FeetFinder allow you to sell your feet pictures without showing your face. Others will ask for your information, which they will use for authentication, but won’t sell it to advertisers.

And when you think about it, is there any practical danger associated with posting pictures of your feet online? Could a buyer or platform jeopardize your safety in any way?

This is a matter of individual conscience. But unless you don’t want your family or friends to find out or, for some reason, you dread the prospect of the buyer identifying the person whose pictures they are mooning over, it is safe to say that selling feet pics online is not dangerous.

You just need to sell through a legit platform and avoid sharing too much personal information with strangers.

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Is it legal to sell feet pics online?

The answer to this question is yes. You can legally sell pictures of your feet as long as you follow legal regulations set by your jurisdiction and the terms of service of the site you’re selling through.

Additionally, you should always make sure that the pictures you post are yours. If they are someone else’s feet, you’ll have to seek their permission to sell them online for money.

The owner of the pics should also be at least 18 years old, whether or not they give you full rights to use their images. In short, you can’t sell your underage child’s pictures.

Many sites don’t have ways to verify the owner’s identity, but it’s only wise and ethical to stay within legal boundaries.

Is it weird to sell feet pictures online?

Selling feet pics online is an odd thing to the bulk of the online population because they can’t see what a buyer would do with images of feet. This actually explains why so many people haven’t ventured into the business when it’s legal and can serve as a source of income.

Should you find it weird because everyone else is? No. As long as you acknowledge the existence of foot fetishism, don’t expose yourself to data dangers, and don’t risk your marriage, relationship, or friendships, you can certainly sell your feet images.

If your only worry is being judged, you can find a platform that supports seller anonymity and go about your business incognito.

Of course, that’s if you’re willing to give up high offers for lower ones. Many feet pic buyers want to know who they are buying from and will likely not consider listings posted by hidden profiles.

Essentially, you have to decide on which one you value more between money and your confidentiality.

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How to safely sell feet pictures online

Your safety is almost guaranteed if you have bought or sold something online and know how marketplaces operate.

You are actually less protected selling a more conventional item such as a computer or furniture than feet pics. This is because pictures are less liquid and are not worth a real scammer’s time.

For good measure, I’ll show you how to ensure your safety when selling feet pics online:

  1. Find a legitimate website
  2. Check a website’s terms and conditions before posting a picture
  3. Acquaint yourself with legal rules and regulations
  4. Check the buyer’s profile before selling to them
  5. Don’t share more information than the website requires you to unless doing so increases your chances of finding a buyer

Where to safely sell feet pictures

So many websites claim to connect feet pic buyers and sellers, but only a few are legit. Here are a few reliable platforms:

  1. Instafeet, where you earn according to the number of views your pictures attract
  2. Stock photo sites, including iStockphoto, Canca, Alamy, Pexels, and Shutterstock
  3. Zazzle
  4. Feet Finder, a dedicated site for selling and buying feet pictures
  5. Etsy, where you can legally promote your feet pictures through your shop account
  6. Reddit
  7. Only Fans. You can even sell feet videos on Only Fans
  8. Personal websites
  9. Social media

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How much can you make selling feet pictures online?

Depending on the site you wish to sell on, feet pics can go for as low as $5 a pop and as high as $50. It’s down to how you value yourself, your financial targets, and your influence on social media.

Since feet pic selling is still a niche in its infancy, there is no market standard to base your pricing on. You can, however, use the law of demand and supply to set your price.

A 22-year-old real estate agent from Miami set up a side hustle of selling feet pics and now claims to make £8,000 (roughly $9800) a month. Her 1.1 million followers on Instagram are definitely a significant factor, but her story is proof that you can make decent money on Instagram and Only Fans selling feet pictures.

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Conclusion

Before you start selling feet pics, it is best to understand how the online world works and the many ways you can endanger your privacy. The chance that anyone could use your feet pics to harm you is little, but platforms and buyers can be fishy. So tread the platforms carefully.

Have you sold feet pics online? If you are a foot model, let us know how you like your job in the comment section. 

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