Flirt4Free Launches 'Instant Pay' Feature

Flirt4Free Launches 'Instant Pay' Feature

WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. — Flirt4Free announced this evening a new payment method for their live web cam models.

Called “Instant Pay,” the value-added feature, available now to U.S. based performers with their own accounts, enables models to cash out their commissions before the pay period ends.

Beginning this week, performers can start setting up their bank accounts with this direct deposit feature, said Jamie  Rodriguez, Flirt4Free’d director of product.

Each pay period, they will have the opportunity to access up to 50% of their balance — at least $100 — and deposit it, instantly into their bank account.

Models can begin making their Instant Pay requests as early as next week, Rodriquez said.

"We're always looking to find new ways to make camming simpler for our performers," she said. "With our Instant Pay feature, models will have the convenience and ease of taking out their earnings when they need it instead of waiting for the end of a pay period. We're looking forward to seeing how they enjoy this new benefit to broadcasting on our network."

Flirt4Free currently offers three other payment options for models — payment via check, via wire and via Paxum/Payoneer.  

Instant Pay will now be the least expensive and fastest payment method for models to receive their funds.

Models or studios who are interested in broadcasting with the Flirt4Free network can apply at

Affiliates interested in working with the Flirt4Free network can apply at


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