How To Deal With A Premium Snapchat Account Ban

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If you’re running a premium Snapchat account, it’s important to realize that selling access is technically against Snapchat’s TOS. Also, if you’re running a promotional account and posting nude / explicit snaps, or linking to adult content, that’s also against Snapchat’s TOS. Therefore, any camgirls / pornstars on Snapchat run the risk of having their accounts suspended at anytime, whether it’s a premium or promo account. Snapchat also states that once banned, users are not allowed to create a new account without written permission. If you’ve been banned, here’s our advice on how to go about dealing with it.


First: Let’s Examine Snapchat’s TOS / Policies

Before we get into how to deal with a Snapchat ban, let’s look at the specific parts of Snapchat’s Community Guidelines that performers should be concerned about:


Sexually Explicit Content

  • We prohibit accounts that promote or distribute pornographic content.
  • Breastfeeding and other depictions of nudity in non-sexual contexts are not considered pornographic and are permitted on Snapchat.
  • Never post, save, or send nude or sexual content involving anyone under the age of 18 — even of yourself. Never ask a minor to send explicit imagery or chats. We report child sexual exploitation to authorities.


From Snapchat’s TOS Under ‘Accounts’

You will not buy, sell, rent, or lease access to your Snapchat account, Snaps, a Snapchat username, or a friend link without our written permission.


Banned Users Cannot Create New Accounts

If you violate these Community Guidelines, we may remove the offending content, terminate your account, and/or notify law enforcement. If your account is terminated for violating our Terms of Service or these Guidelines, you may not use Snapchat again. Please take these Guidelines seriously and honor them in the spirit in which they are intended. We’ll do our best to enforce them consistently and fairly, and ultimately we’ll try to do what we think best reflects these values in each situation in our sole discretion.


How To Deal With A Snapchat Ban


Keeping Track Of Your Paid Subscribers

It’s very important to keep track of your paid subscribers. If you’re using a site to sell your premium Snapchat subscriptions, usually it’s easy to find the users who are currently subscribed, or who have purchased lifetime / unlimited access. If you’re going the more indie route, and not using a network for selling premium Snapchat, this can be a little more difficult. Keeping a spreadsheet of your current subscribers is a great form of organization and is something you should definitely do.


Migrating To A New Subscription Service

If you’re premium Snapchat account gets banned, you’ll want to find a contingency for it. Luckily, there’s tons of options available. We’ll go into more information on how to go about migrating to one of these services further down in this post. OnlyFans is an obvious choice, due to how the network has been setup. ModelCentro is another option, and it’s possible to give free access to fans for x-amount of time, which is perfect for migrating. There’s also tons of other adult-friendly subscription services that can be used as premium Snapchat alternatives.

We go through migrating to specific platforms later in this post!


Promotion: Contingency Social Network Accounts

Odds are, you’re already promoting through different social media sites already, and not relying solely on Snapchat. That being said; the fact that a promotional Snapchat account could get banned at any time reinforces the fact that it’s important to be on multiple networks and have contingencies in place.

If you’re promotional Snapchat account is already banned, you’re not gonna have the option of cross-promoting your various other social media sites. If you’re accounts are still in place (but you’re researching what to do in the event of a ban), then you do have some time to do some contingency planning and cross-promotion. It’s a good idea to cross-promo your other social networks (Twitter being the major one right now) and get as many of your Snapchat followers to also follow you on different sites.

This way, if your Snapchat account does get banned, you’ll still have those followers. Those followers will also be able to figure out how you’re going to deal with the Snapchat ban by following your tweets and posts.


Do You Create A New Premium / Promo Snapchat?

Here’s the question that performers really need to ask themselves; do you create a new Snapchat account? Remember that in the Community Guidelines, Snapchat very blatantly said that once one account is banned, any future accounts are not allowed. That means that even if a model is 100% compliant with all their guidelines, if Snapchat finds out that performer was banned before, they’ll automatically get banned again.

Every single premium and promotional account is already at risk as-is. Having a prior suspended account only makes the matter that much worst and that much more risky.


Migrating To Another Subscription / Fanclub Service

Now we’re going to discuss how to migrate to some of the best Snapchat alternatives



Migrating From Premium Snapchat to OnlyFans

OnlyFans is definitely the top premium Snapchat alternative. OnlyFans pays an insanely high 80% (better than most premium Snapchat networks), has the payment processing built-in and is adult-friendly, meaning that you’ll never get banned! OnlyFans is subscription-based, meaning that your fans will have to keep renewing the subscription monthly to access the content, much like they’d have to do with a premium Snapchat subscription.


Offering A Free Trial For Former Snapchat Subscribers

OnlyFans supports free trials / coupon codes. If you’re trying to migrate your subscribers from premium Snapchat to OnlyFans, this is a very valuable tool for doing that. By setting the discount amount to 100%, models can offer a free trial for OnlyFans. By starting off with a 30-day free trial, all the former Snapchat subscribers can still access your uploads and updates via OnlyFans without being double-charged for it. This can ensure a smooth transition without pissing off your paying subscribers.

Unfortunately, there’s no way to only offer the free trials to only your premium Snapchat subscribers. It’s an all-or-nothing type deal.

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Model Centro: Free Camgirl Websites

Migrating From Premium Snapchat to ModelCentro

ModelCentro is another service to consider migrating to. ModelCentro is a website builder for camming models and pornstars that makes it easy to deploy your very own membership paysite. Outside of the cost of a website name and WHOIS protect (roughly $20 annually) ModelCentro is 100% free and works on a revshare business model. There’s also a cool feature that makes it very easy to add your premium Snapchat members who have already paid.


“Add New Fans” As Paying Members

ModelCentro has a feature where models can add new friends as subscribed (paying members), without them actually paying. This is done through the ModelCentro dashboard. Under Fan Lists, there’s a button to Add New Fans. While adding fans, it’s possible for ModelCentro models to add new fans and indicate how long it’ll be (days, weeks, months) before their subscription period ends and they have to renew the subscription to access the site or content.

If you’ve got a list of premium Snapchat subscribers with all the information (email address is the important one) it’s possible to add them all as ModelCentro subscribers for the remaining duration of their subscription.

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Migrating From Premium Snapchat to JustForFans

JustForFans is another great premium Snapchat alternative. JustForFans offers models the ability to earn from a wide range of services, ranging from fanclub subscriptions, to clips, to sexting. JustForFans also offers discounts and coupons, if a model does want to compensate their premium subscribers for what duration is left on the premium Snapchat subscriptions, at the time of the ban.

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FanCentro: Using ‘The Feed’ Instead of Premium Snapchat

If you’re selling premium Snapchat subscriptions, there’s a good chance you’re already on FanCentro. FanCentro is the leading platform for premium Snapchat. FanCentro also has another service available. The Feed is there built-in fanclub platform. The Feed pays out the same percentage their influencers are getting for premium Snapchat, but all the content is hosted on FanCentro. If you’re on FanCentro, and your Snapchat account gets banned, you can still take advantage of the platform by switching to The Feed instead.

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ManyVids MV Crush

Migrating From Premium Snapchat to ManyVids MV Crush

ManyVids has a feature known as MV Crush, which is a high-percentage subscription platform. MV Crush pays out 80%, which is higher than the percentages that most Snapchat networks give, and is one of the industry’s highest percentages in general. Due to the subscription nature of MV Crush, it’s very similar to a premium Snapchat subscription. MV Stars are able to make certain pieces of content only available to their crushes.

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How To Not Get Banned From Snapchat

Now that we’ve gone over some things that you can do to deal with a Snapchat ban, let’s discuss how to not get banned from the platform.


Don’t Snap Nudes / Explicit Content

It’s says in Snapchat’s Community Guidelines that it’s against their rules to distribute pornographic content. Any Snap containing anything they might view as pornographic could get an account suspended.


Don’t Link To Or Share Explicit Content

It also states in the Snapchat Community Guidelines that it’s against their rules to promote pornographic content. This is a tricky one, as even having a Snapchat account under your pornstar name might be enough to be considered “promotion”. Any snaps mentioning sex work, and any linking (through the Snapchat Paperclip feature) can definitely be viewed as promoting pornographic content.


Don’t Sell Premium Snapchat Subscriptions

Last but not least, running a premium Snapchat account is completely against their Terms of Service. It says pretty blatantly that you can’t “buy, sell, rent, or lease access to your Snapchat account, Snaps, a Snapchat username”. This means that all premium Snapchat subscriptions (be it lifetime / unlimited or monthly subscriptions) are a complete violation of Snapchat’s TOS. If you’re offering premium Snapchat subscriptions, your account is automatically at risk of being banned.


Basically: Don’t Do Anything Pornstars Use Snapchat For

The one compliant use pornstars and camming models can use Snapchat for is sharing cat photos / snaps and other personal life updates. Basically, if you’re not treating Snapchat like a mainstream social media site (Like Facebook or Instagram) your Snapchat account is walking a thin line and only not banned due to flying under the radar. Any promotion or monetization is technically against the Snapchat guidelines, and even fully compliant accounts run the risk of getting banned, simply because they’re being ran by pornstars and Snapchat may view that alone as “promoting pornographic content”.

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