Katie Price has reduced the price of her OnlyFans membership fees in a bid to attract more members and earn more money. The 43-year-old has cut the 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 also promised payers that his content is about to kick into high gear.
As reported by The mirrorshe told her followers, “Hey everyone, there’s a lot of great filming, a lot of great content coming your way for you guys. Like they say, never underestimate the expensive.
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The 90s model had seen floods of non-renewed fee payers. She recently disabled the ability for fans to post their opinions and deleted all previous posts.
One person said in a now-deleted post on their page: “Won’t subscribe again, see more on google or the newspapers!!! Very disappointing and disappointed x”
Another chimed in, “No offense katie, but that’s not worth nearly £11 a month, very misleading and definitely won’t be subscribing again.”
It is reported that the mum-of-five hopes to earn around £1million in a year from her page. In previous footage, Katie perched on a table saying, “Guys can you do one thing for me? Subscribe to my OnlyFans channel. It’s that simple – just go to the link below.
“You will be able to see Katie’s real price, raw content, photoshoots, my life, unedited footage – it’s all raw.”
She then continued, “It’s all from the horse’s mouth, so enjoy the ride with me, join us now.” Katie also slashed prices on her DePop account, giving fans 20% off.
Speaking directly to fans ahead of her OnlyFans launch to discuss the site’s content, she explained, “There will of course be glamorous photos, I absolutely LOVE being in front of the camera, after all that’s where everything is. 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 selected images and exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from my shoots.”
Price was declared bankrupt in 2019 and owes £3.2million to creditors including HMRC, her mortgage and small business company. She reportedly agreed to pay creditors £12,000 a month but failed to keep up with the payments.
At a trial in February this year, she managed to strike a ‘last minute’ deal that she would pay a ‘small contribution’ now to reduce her debt, as well as a new payment plan.
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