Feetify Review – Big Scam Finally Exposed

Why is there hundreds of positive reviews on Feetify.com and minimal negative reviews? The people behind Feetify.com are incredibly smart and almost fooled the scam exposer himself.

I had to search for literally hours to see if this website was legit.

Usually I can spot the fakes from the legit programs within the first 10 – 20 minutes, however, as I done more digging around, the rabbit hole got deeper and deeper.

After hours of doing my own research on Feetify.com, I finally came to the conclusion that it’s a huge scam website with no intentions of paying their members.

And I’m going to bust the entire operation in this review so you know exactly how it runs.

Also if you’re serious about selling feet pictures online for money, keep reading to the bottom of this review for some better (and more legit) websites to sell them on.

Here goes.

What is Feetify?

Feetify Steps

Feetify is a website for women to sell feet pics for money.

They claim that you will earn 100% revenue on all sales, and all that’s required of you is to upgrade your membership for $49.

The basic premise is this

  • Create a profile page
  • Add high quality pictures
  • Connect with buyers
  • Make money

There were many things that caught my eye that raised some questions.

Like how are they able to make money when sellers receive 100% commissions on all sales.

Secondly, the only payment option is with PayPal. But PayPal prohibits payments for adult-related services.

So I know for a fact that this wouldn’t fly with PayPal.

It’s why sites like OnlyFans and OkFans exist in the first place, so they can pay you directly to your bank account and skip the middleman.

Thirdly, you’re told that you will get paid regardless if someone buys your feet pictures or not. Feetify claims to pay you for being an active member and posting high quality pictures.

Now this is where things start to get interesting.

Below I will explain how the entire procedure works.

How the Scam Works


Once you create your profile and add some pictures, you will start to receive messages who appear to be potential buyers.

However, you can’t read these messages because you only have a free/limited account.

Therefore you are asked to sign up to the premium version where you can read the messages and hopefully make some money from that person.

Now that you’ve invested some time and effort into this website, you want to get paid for your work, right?

So you’ll give in and pay for the premium membership to get the upgrade.

But the only way to upgrade is with cryptocurrency, which if you don’t know already, is scammers heaven.

It’s fully untraceable. Anything that gets sent through crypto has no paper trail.

After you’ve upgraded your account, you are then required to write a positive review on TrustPilot.com about your experience with them so far.

If it’s not a positive review, you won’t qualify to receive your payment. This why the positive reviews drown out the negative reviews.

From here you will make a sale or two, and the money will appear in your Feetify account.

But this is only virtual money.

It will never make it into your bank account because the owners have one goal and one goal only, to make you think you’re earning money so that you can continue talking about them in a positive light, but never actually receive real money into your bank account.

Notice how all the reviews online talk about how great the people are, how they’ve made one or two sales within their first month, and that it’s 100% legit.

These people are victims to the scam. It’s not necessarily their fault, they are told to create a positive review to receive their money.

Why People Get Roped In


I know selling feet picture’s isn’t easy, because I’ve been writing about this industry for awhile now, learnt the ins and outs, and know that most people will not make a dime.

Those that take it a little more seriously will earn a few hundred bucks per month.

And those that treat it like a real solid business are the ones that make a LOT of money.

I can understand why most people get roped into Feetify.com.

One, there are so many positive reviews. Social proof is more than enough to get people believing a scam.

Secondly, 100% commissions is a good marketing tactic. No one wants to give away money they earned for their hard work.

Thirdly, lets just say FOMO. When you receive messages within the first couple of hours of signing up, but can’t read them, it gives people FOMO. They don’t want to miss out on a potential sale.

I must say, I am pretty impressed at how long this scam has been going for while flying under the radar.

There are still people exposing this website, but there are too many positive/fake reviews that drown out the real/genuine reviews.

Feetify – Negative Reviews

Feetify Negative Reviews

Feetify Ratings

But when you check out the overall score, they have a 4.6/5 star rating.

Of course the positive ratings are from people who think they just made a sale or two, so of course they’re going to talk highly about the system.

Feetify Ratings

What I Personally Think About Feetify


This is a complete and utter scam that has a very smart person running the entire operation.

One thing that every seller has in common is a guy paying $5 – $10 for a picture. When he pays up he complains about the picture being low quality and not the right angle.

Then he tells you how to make your pictures better, which you do because you think it’s a REAL person wanting to buy good feet pictures.

Whether this person is a bot or not is irrelevant.

It’s just a person designed to get more feet pictures on the website which will then give them 100% ownership of, and sell it to the actual legit buyers, and keep all revenue for themselves.

This is a disgusting scam and I’m glad I found out what they’re really like.

Like I said, it took me a long time to do my research, but I eventually came to a conclusion.

Verdict: Scam, does not pay members, keeps your pictures to sell to real buyers so they can keep money for themselves.

What Do I Recommend Instead?


If you’ve been roped into the Feetify scam, let us know your experiences in the comments below.

Lets bring more awareness to this scam so others can stop wasting their time.

On another note, if you actually want to make money selling feet pictures, it’s 100% possible but you need a legit website to receive payments.

You also need to be on many different social platforms, casting a “wide” net, capturing as many feet lovers as possible.

I recommend you checking out my feet-sellers crash course.

This will get you learning the ropes so you know what to do and what to avoid.

You also need a way to get paid.

There are many to sign up to nowadays (OnlyFans, FeetFinder, OkFans, and more).

I recommend OkFans. That way you only have one link to share to your followers, and you can receive recurring monthly payments.

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My name is Brandon and this is my website. I'm just a normal guy that had dreams, dreams that would keep me up at night because I wanted them so badly. Now I'm living my dreams of being an influencer and making a good living doing so. Broke Influencers is another of my creations where I teach people how to get rich being an online influencer, or die trying. There is no in between.

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