Katie Price has reduced the price of her OnlyFans registration fee in an effort to attract more members and earn more money. The 43-year-old has cut her usual £11-a-month fee by a third amid her ongoing bankruptcy struggles.
According to his page on the adults-only site, the deal will last until next week. Price has also promised contributors that his content is about to speed up.
As reported by Mirror, told his followers, “Hello everyone, there are a lot of good shots, a lot of good content for you. As they say, never underestimate Pricey.”
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The 1990s model had seen floods of non-renewing taxpayers. He recently disabled the ability for fans to post their opinions and removed all previous posts.
One person said in a now-deleted message to his page: “I won’t subscribe again, see more on Google or in the newspapers! Very disappointing and let down x”
Another chimed in: “No offense Katie but this isn’t worth anywhere near 11 a month, it’s very misleading and definitely won’t be subscribing again.”
The mother-of-five is reported to be hoping to earn around £1million in a year from her page. In previous images, Katie sat at a table as she said, “Guys can you do something for me? Please subscribe to my OnlyFans channel. It’s that easy – just go to the link below.
“You will be able to see Katie’s real price, raw content, photo shoots, my life, raw footage, it’s all raw material.”
He then continued, “Everything comes from the horse’s mouth, so enjoy the ride with me, join now.” Katie has also slashed her prices on her DePop account, offering fans a 20 percent discount.
Speaking directly to fans ahead of OnlyFans’ launch to address the sites’ content, he explained: “Of course there will be glamorous visuals, I LOVE being in front of the lens, after all, this is where it all started for me!
“OnlyFans will also be a place where I can talk about what’s REALLY going on in my life, as well as share curated images and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from my shoots.”
Price filed for bankruptcy in 2019 and owes £3.2m to creditors including HMRC, his mortgage company and small businesses. He reportedly agreed to pay creditors £12,000 per month, but was allegedly unable to keep up with the payments.
During a court case in February this year, he managed to reach a “last minute” agreement that he would pay a “small contribution” now to reduce his debt, as well as a new payment plan.
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