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October 6, 2022
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I want to open an OnlyFans account, but is it safe?

Anthony Allen
Anthony Allen
OnlyFans is as safe as any other social media platform, but it may present some risks for creators. Here're the main issues reported by other creators and how you can avoid them.
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OnlyFans is an internet content subscription service where creators can earn money directly from their subscribers or fans. ‍

For most people, the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of OnlyFans is adult content, which became the site’s central function. As such, it’s common to be initially concerned about OnlyFan's safety.

The first thing to say is that OnlyFans is as safe as any other social network, and it keeps improving its safety measures to face new issues that arise. But, like any other social platform, OnlyFans isn’t without its risks.

In this post, we’ll cover to main dangers reported by other creators and what you can do to avoid them.

What did other creators report?

Before telling you about common risks coming from OnlyFans, many creators advise thinking about two things before opening an account. Specifically:

Having said this, let’s start with the most common dangers on OnlyFans reported by content creators.

What does OnlyFans do to avoid this?

OnlyFans offers many protections to decrease risks for creators. For example:

What can I do to limit risks?

You’ll never be able to be 100% sure that you won’t experience any risks but you can limit them. In particular, here are some tips about how you can protect your privacy and try to avoid piracy.

How to protect your privacy

What you can do about piracy

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