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August 23, 2022

In The First Month Of Joining OnlyFans, A Couple Makes £18,000

After signing up for saucy site OnlyFans, Jasmine Grogan, 19, and bricklayer Macauley Murchie, 22, have already earned enough money for a mortgage.

After opening up an OnlyFans account, a couple who feared they wouldn’t be able to afford a mortgage now have enough money for a mortgage.

Before taking their love online, Jasmine Grogan, 19, and Macauley Murchie, 22, struggled to pay their bills. On the racy content-sharing website, they have already made £18,000 in their first month.

Blackburn couple hopes to make ‘at least’ six figures a year, reports the DailyStar.
Their goal is to move out of their hometown, so they signed up to the often saucy site.

Macauley quit his job as a bricklayer to focus on the app full-time. Jasmine is now confident the explicit content will make them six figures a year. She was overwhelmed by the sudden change in their finances.
We are both financially free at such young ages, and it’s only going to get better.” she said.

“My goal is to make six figures a year at least. I have a lot of big plans for our future.
“My friend Macauley used to be a bricklayer, but he quit when he realized how much money he could make on OnlyFans.

In the past, we made £1,900, but now we make between £6,000 and £12,000 monthly.
Despite not expecting it to do so well, the racy model said: “We are now able to buy luxury items and we are putting a mortgage down.”

We decided to set up the account one day because we always wanted more money.
We have always dreamed of moving out of Blackburn when we have enough money. We don’t want to stay in our hometown forever, so we want to move to a nice quiet area.”

It took Jasmine and her boyfriend months to decide to start a raunchy page. It has certainly paid off for her to promote saucy photos on her social media pages. If you’re thinking about doing it, don’t let anything or anyone stop you; do it.”

With 154,000 followers on TikTok, Jasmine shared proof of her OnlyFans profits. According to one person, “Fair play, if it works, it works.”

“I wish I had the confidence,” said another. Moreover, I live in a town where everyone knows the second it’s made. Still, fair play.”

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