For a student by the name of Linda Loo, she has found an alternative and unconventional way of earning cash. What she does is sells her dirty panties, socks and assorted clothes to high paying customers. In fact, Linda Loo or LL, even has her own website to boot. Essentially, LL is pandering to the foot and clothes fetish underground. Furthermore, LL says she can rake in somewhere between $1100 and $1600 a month. To her, this is better than a minimum wage job at a cafe, retail shop or restaurant.
Furthermore, LL says that she would not even have time to work 15 hours a week at a normal job. The reason she got interested in this sort of job is because she saw an advertisement as she was checking her email one day. It has been a lucrative way for LL to earn cash online. Moreover, all of her orders are done privately through Paypal and she has a strict order policy online.
The rules of the game consist of no emails or private information exchanged, other than the buyers mailing address. LL uses a post office box in a nearby city. The items that she is willing to sell include panties, bras, socks, shoes, shirts and pants. Some of her clients request the items to be sweaty, stinky, bloody and other signs of wear and tear, so to speak. For the more personal items, LL says she gets closer to $300 a pop. For example, if someone asks for a pair of panties, she can fetch more than a pair of sweaty socks.
What is more, she has a strict no relationship policy where the customer cannot ask for any photographs or email addresses associated with her account. Further, it is a simple and highly strategic business model that LL follows. In addition, her name is disguised as well as her identity. She has seen other sights where there are pictures of the girls who sell the clothing. LL feels this is a deal breaker because it risks her identity. The objective is to be discreet and anonymous.
Most of LL’s clients are anonymous as well. In fact, her clients use PO boxes as well as disguised names. She says this also keeps the risk of danger down as well. One of her fears was developing a stalker or mysterious person that would harass her, however, she says this fetish underworld is relatively less insane as some of the other and more violent ones she has heard about. Above all, LL feels she is conducting a business alternative that is not comparable to prostitution or stripping.
The irony behind this business is that LL gets to buy new clothes all the time. Some of her clients are attached to the idea of her wearing and dirtying special designer clothing. So, what LL will do is cover the expenses and then charge a subsequent fee for her “service”. Despite what people think, LL claims she is providing a service in a market where there are a lot of unusual patrons for this type of fetish. Moreover, LL says that this is not an uncommon market or fetish. Some clients, she says, have asked her to photograph her feet as she removes her socks. However, she has refused offers of taking nude photographs of her private parts. LL keeps this at a rather PG level as well as anonymous.
However, although there are many sites that offer this type of business, LL chose a more restrictive and low-level risk. What that means is LL offers a non-nude and non-visual site that strictly adheres to an anonymous but satisfactory fetish website. She will sell her socks and shirts for around $75, her pants and sweatshirts for $100 as well as her bras and underwear for $250 to $325. On rare occasions she will charge extra for clothing plus photographs of her removing them, if the client requests it. She never pays for shipping and with the extra income she can eat regular, shop for things she wants and pays her rent. In addition, LL says if she builds her clientele over the next year, she will be able to pull in even more money. In the end, her goal is to be financial stable until she is done with school. To be sure, this is a temporary way for her to make money, that will end within the next two years.