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FeetFinder is an online marketplace for foot fetishists to buy and sell photographs of feet. The site requires sellers to show a government-issued ID, selfie photograph and pay $5 per month to start selling. It is advertised as "the most convenient website for verified users to buy or sell custom foot content in a safe and secure environment." FeetFinder was originally meant to be an app but was rejected by the Google and Apple marketplaces. The FeetFinder website launched in 2019 and became increasingly popular throughout the 2020s as influencers began promoting it. Some have accused FeetFinder of being a scam platform.


On July 8th, 2019, Twitter[1] account @FeetFinder posted, "We are currently developing an app that lets users safely and securely buy and sell pictures of feet!" FeetFinder.com went online later that year. According to the FAQ section of FeetFinder.com,[2] the app was canceled after the Google Play Store and Apple App Store rejected it for being a fetish app. On January 28th, 2021, FeetFinder uploaded their first video to YouTube, featuring someone who works for the site giving a rundown of the site, gaining over 5,000 views in a year (shown below).

Online Presence

FeetFinder is regularly active on Twitter[1] under the @FeetFinder handle, where they post memes, messages supporting foot fetishism and posts speaking against the shaming of foot fetishists, as well as advertising their sellers' accounts.


FeetFinder is known to promote their website through partnerships with content creators. For example, on October 28th, 2019, YouTuber Girlfriend Experience Podcast with Lydia Love posted a video titled "I Made $12,000 Selling FEET PICS?!" where she links FeetFinder in the description and offers a referral code, gaining over 420,000 views in three years (shown below).

In May 2022, numerous videos were uploaded by TikTokers who promoted FeetFinder as a way of making thousands of dollars per month. For example, on May 4th, 2022, TikToker[3] @denzelcrispy posted a video answering questions people might have about FeetFinder, gaining over 166,000 views in a month (shown below, left). On May 16th, TikToker[4] @ferofero posted a video about FeetFinder in which a woman says she makes about $300 per picture on the site, gaining over 2.6 million views in two weeks (shown below, right).


On May 24th, TikToker[5] @codypremer posted a "man on the street" video where he interviews a woman who claims she has made $40,000 selling her feet pics on FeetFinder, gaining over 11.9 million views in a week (shown below).



On May 30th, TikToker[6] @noahwaybabes posted a video criticizing FeetFinder and its ads, saying their claims that you can make tens of thousands of dollars a month selling feet pics is false. He says, "if someone's a foot enthusiast and they want to see feet they can just type 'feet' into the Google search bar. The only time people are going to pay to see pictures of yours are if they're otherwise attracted to you, which completely defeats the point of it being anonymous." The site only displays your "username, profile photos, bio, ethnicity, and Foot size" according to FeetFinder. The TikTok video gained over 3.3 million views in three days (shown below).


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External References

[1] Twitter – FeetFinder

[2] FeetFinder – FAQ

[3] TikTok – denzelcrispy

[4] TikTok – ferofero

[5] TikTok – codypremer

[6] TikTok – noahwaybabes

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