A former exotic dancer who made money by selling parts of herself online. The goods sold include toe nails, dead skin on her feet, dandruff, and even a used intrauterine device.

Similar films have amassed tens of thousands of views on TikTok. “If you see me tossing something in the garbage, then that’s a red flag,” says Rebekka, 28, of Wilmington, North Carolina, “because I’m usually storing it in my bag to sell later.”

The self-described “Professional Goddess” reportedly earns between $5,000 and $10,000 every month selling everything from used tissues to pantyliners. In one of her strangest videos, which has received 2.5 million views, Rebekka recounted how she started selling earwax-covered Q-tips for $5.

When Rebekka first bought one of her stripper dresses, she was paid $20. Although the customer was “overjoyed” with her purchase, she paid no attention to the sale. When Rebekka started modeling for webcams, she learned there was a growing market on the internet for used goods like socks and underwear.

One of the entrepreneur’s first companies involved burping into bags, sealing them, and then selling them to consumers across the country. She has also sold outdated athletic gear, dirty sneakers, and used Kleenex.

Although Rebecca’s first paycheck was only about $50, the business has expanded to produce more than $1 million in just ten years. She continued, “It was a no-brainer to continue sharing my experience on social media, which has without a doubt not only boosted my business but also allowed me to create an entertainment company.” I now earn my daily living by selling my things full-time. “

Rebekka asserts that her products stand out from the competitors since they are made from recycled materials, notably her soiled clothing. She vacuum-seals each product to ensure that the aroma is maintained. She has expanded her collection of strange items to include “toenails and bottles of spit.”

What was Rebekka’s oddest sales accomplishment?

SWNS claimed that the strangest item she has ever sold was an intrauterine device (IUD), which she discovered in her doctor’s trash. With the thought that “maybe he could use this as a trophy,” I once had a client who purchased weird goods like my panty liners and plush animals. She uttered. For something that had been inside of me for almost five years and was holy to him, he made me an offer of four figures. That sale “was without a doubt one of the apex of my career,” she says with pride.

Rebecca also started Blades For Babes, a firm that makes blades specifically for women. She wrote a book called “Slutrepreneur Secrets: The Keys to Start an E-Commerce Empire” to show women how to promote their own works.

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