Webcam Model FAQ
- Which websites do you represent, and where can I work as a webcam model?
- How much money can I make as a webcam model?
- How do I become a webcam model?
- When can I start working as a webcam model, and do I need prior experience?
- How do I know this is not a scam?
- I see you have many sites in your network, will I be on all of them at the same time?
- Do you accept couples, and can I do group shows with other models?
- I currently work for another site, can I work with you and work there too?
- Do you hold back pay or deduct for chargebacks?
- How often will I get paid?
- What is the minimum I have to make before you pay me?
- What payment methods are available?
- What schedule do I work?
- Where can I work from?
- I have never done webcam modeling before, will you help me get started?
- Will I be asked to pose nude?
- What are the rules that I need to follow in order to work as a webcam model?
- Will you report my income to the IRS?
- Do you accept models from outside the U.S.?
- Is my identity and personal information kept private?
- Can I block people in certain locations from seeing my shows?
- Can I hide my face while on camera?
- Will this show up as a webcam model job or webcam job in background checks?
- What company name will show up on my checks or deposits?
- What happens if I want to quit or stop working for a while?
- Do I have to look like a supermodel or have a certain look to do this?
- What system configuration and software do I need?
- Can I make money on recorded videos?
- Do you have other positions besides webcam modeling?
- Will I have to pay you anything to get webcam jobs through your agency?
Click here to see a list of the websites you can work for through Internet Modeling. We represent the largest network of high traffic webcam and video sites with over 10 million unique visitors per day, and offer the highest paying webcam jobs in the industry.
We pay models up to 70% of total earnings for both live broadcasts and recorded videos, plus a weekly bonus of up to 30% on earnings from our high traffic network, and a double bonus for your first two weeks. Our highest paying webcam models make $2,000 or more per week. Click here to see a list of our highest paid cam models for this week.
We have high paying webcam jobs for female and male models in every category. If you are 18 or older, please complete our webcam model application to get started.
You can start working right now by clicking here, even while your application is being processed. No prior experience in webcam modeling is necessary.
Internet Modeling is one of the largest and most reputable webcam modeling agencies that has been in business since 1998 and represents over 50,000 models worldwide. Models never have to pay us any fees because we recruit directly for our website partners and are paid by them. Click here to see our highest earning webcam models.
Yes. This is one of the reasons we have the highest paid webcam models in the industry, as the amount of exposure you will get with us cannot be matched by anyone else.
Yes. In fact, there is a lot of demand for couple and group webcam shows, so you are likely to make more money. There is no limit to how many people can appear with you at the same time, but first each participant must apply and be hired as a solo model. Also, you must apply for a separate stage name for each group show if it does not already have one.
Yes. We have no problem with you doing webcam modeling on other sites, as long as you are not online on our network at the same time (simulcasting). Once you see how much more you can make with us, you will not be asking this question for too much longer :)
No. Once your paid chats are over, you have done your job, and the money you earned is yours to keep. We do not hold back funds nor deduct for chargebacks.
Payments to models are made weekly for the previous week worked. Our pay period runs Saturday 8pm EST to Saturday 7:59pm EST.
1 cent. We do not have a minimum payout, so if you make at least 1 cent, we will pay you!
We can pay you via check, direct deposit (for U.S. residents only), Payoneer or Paxum. Payoneer is a international payment service which provides a Mastercard debit card which can be used to make purchases, or to withdraw money from any ATM machine or bank that accepts Mastercard.
The best part of working with us is the flexibility, as we do not require you to work a minimum amount of hours or at any specific time. You set your own schedule, and can come and go as you please. Obviously, the more hours you work, the more you will make.
You can work from any location you choose, as all you need is a high speed Internet connection, a computer, and a webcam.
Absolutely. You will be assigned an agent who will guide you through the initial setup process, and be available for you every step of the way if you need help with anything. Your agent will also show you how to get the best placement on our network to increase your exposure. You do not need prior experience as a webcam model to work with us, and in many cases having no prior experience is actually a plus.
It is up to the client, but generally webcam models are asked to pose nude, and it is considered to be a part of the job. Models are encouraged to tell their clients up front what they will or won't do, so there is no misunderstanding.
Yes. The basic rules for webcam models working on our network are as follows:
1) Do not be rude to clients or other models.
2) Do not make derogatory remarks to clients about other models.
3) Do not do anything which is illegal in your area.
4) Do not give out your personal contact or payment information to clients.
5) Do not allow anyone else to appear in your shows without prior approval from us.
Breaking any of the above rules will cause a suspension or permanent termination.
Yes. For U.S. based models, we are required by law to send a 1099 annual earnings report to both you and the IRS. The company name on the 1099 form will be V Entertainment.
Yes. We accept models from most countries, but you must speak English fluently and have a valid government issued photo ID proving your age. We DO NOT hire models from the following countries: Philippines, Romania, Colombia, Venezuela, Nigeria, Ghana, Indonesia, Suriname, Thailand, Estonia, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Macedonia, Republic Of Georgia, Latvia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Lebanon, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, and Lybia.
Yes. Your personal information will never be used for anything other than your initial approval, setup, and earnings payments, and we never release it to anyone unless absolutely required to do so by law.
Yes. Webcam models on our high traffic network can block visitors by Country, City and State (U.S. only), and create up to 5 blocked areas which can be edited or removed at any time. Please note that Location Blocking is not available on our amateur network.
Not really, unless you wear a mask. Customers generally do not like to pay to talk to someone who is afraid to show their face, especially when other models are not hiding. If you are too embarrassed to be recognized by someone you know, webcam modeling is probably not for you.
No. Any records that might come up in a background check will show that you were a contractor for Cam Media, and nothing will be mentioned about webcam modeling.
Your checks and deposits will be from Cam Media.
You can take a leave of absence or terminate your employment permanently at any time. If you do not come online for over 8 weeks without notice, you will be terminated automatically. All money that you earned while working will be paid to you as agreed.
No. Although you do have to be attractive, your personality will play a bigger part in your success in the long run than your appearance, as most customers want someone who doesn't just look good, but is also entertaining and is fun to talk to.
You need a PC or notebook computer with a webcam and microphone. To broadcast in HD video, we recommend a Logitech 9000 series webcam and a high speed Internet connection with upload speed over 450kbps (click here to test your connection speed).
Yes, you can record and upload videos for sale through our exclusive video network which pays out 70% lifetime earnings for all videos sold. Selling videos is a great way to keep making money from royalties even when you stop doing webcam modeling. If you are interested in making videos for sale, please be sure to indicate so on your application.
Yes, in addition to offering webcam model jobs, we also work with video production companies and photography studios. We regularly post casting calls for various projects in our model portal for all active models.
Absolutely not. We never charge our models any fees, either up front or ongoing. We receive a share of the overall revenue from the websites in our network, so models are never charged directly for our services.
- Can I make money referring webcam models to you?
- How much do webcam models make, and what can I make as their agent?
- Can I make money promoting your sites?
- Can I make money referring other agents to you?
- Does the 10% agent commission come out of my models' earnings?
- Can I be both model and agent at the same time?
- Do you accept agents and models from outside the U.S.?
- To start as an agent, how many models do I have to have with you?
- Is there a minimum number of models I need to maintain in order to continue as an agent with you?
- Am I allowed to create my own website to recruit models?
- Do I need to have my own website in order to become an agent?
- How do I make sure I get credit for all my referrals?
- How will I know when someone signs up using my code, and how much commission I have earned?
- Do you provide traffic stats so I can see where my referrals came from?
- I have never recruited models before, where would I start?
- Can I refer male models too or do you only pay agents for female models?
- Do I need to provide support for my models or contact them to get paid?
- I have my own webcam site. Can I still be an agent for you, so my models have a chance to make more money?
- Do agent commissions come out of models' pay? Wouldn't they make more money by going to you directly?
- Can agents earn money promoting your webcam sites?
- Do you offer whitelabel webcam sites?
- How often do agents get paid, and what payment options do you offer?
- Is there a minimum amount I need to make before you pay me?
- Are there banners I can use to promote your agency on my site or in ads?
- What do I do to get started, and how long does it take to get set up?
Yes, you can get paid for referrals by becoming an agent. Our Webcam Model Affiliate Program pays agents a 10% commission of each referred model's weekly earnings.
Our average webcam model will make between $500 and $1,000 per week working 20 to 25 hours, with some models making much more. Based on that average, our agents make $50 to $100 per week for each active model. Recruit 10 active models, and you could make $500 to $1,000 or more each week. If you recruit 50 working models, you could earn $100,000 or more per year.
Yes. We pay $25 for every VIP member you refer to our amateur webcam network and 35% revenue share for every video sold through your agent link.
Yes. We have a 2 tier affiliate program, so you get a 10% commission from the earnings of each agent you refer.
No. We pay agent commissions directly from our own revenue, so models do not give up any of their earnings by having an agent.
Yes. We actually encourage models to become agents too so they can make even more money by recruiting their friends. The only restriction is that a model cannot get paid as an agent for recruiting herself.
Yes. We accept both agents and models from most countries, but all cam models we hire must speak English fluently and have a valid government issued photo ID proving their age. We DO NOT accept agents or models from the following countries: Philippines, Romania, Colombia, Venezuela, Nigeria, Ghana, Indonesia, Thailand, Estonia, Lithuania, Russia, Ukraine, Moldova, Macedonia, Republic Of Georgia, Latvia, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Pakistan, Afghanistan, India, Lebanon, Iran, Iraq, Syria, Egypt, and Lybia.
None. You can start with no models. Of course you will not be paid until you recruit your first one, and she or he starts making money.
No. You can have as few or many models as you want, you will still be paid the same for each model.
Yes. You can create your own model recruiting website, as long as you do not just copy our site. Your website should have original text, logo, and graphics.
No. Although having a website does help, it is not required. Agents can advertise our website directly using their agent affiliate link.
Each agent is provided with their own affiliate link to our website. Someone only needs to click on your affiliate link once, and they will always be associated with your agent code, no matter when they apply, even if it's a year later.
Every time someone applies using your agent code, our system sends you an email notification. You can then track that application as well as your earnings through our Agent Portal.
Yes. Detailed traffic statistics are available through our Agent Portal. Traffic data includes daily unique visitors, complete referrer data, signups by referrer, and model data by referrer.
Placing ads for webcam jobs on Craigslist and Backpage are the easiest way to get started, since they are free or very inexpensive. On Craigslist, the most effective categories to post ads for webcam models are the "Talent Gigs" or "TV/Film/Video/Radio Jobs" sections in each local area (for example: http://losangeles.craigslist.org/tlg/ or http://losangeles.craigslist.org/tfr/). Other free sites for recruiting models are Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, Yahoo Answers, and various online forums focused on working at home, making money, affiliate programs, adult websites, or modeling. You can also recruit models offline through friends, networking, placing ads in local newspapers, distributing flyers on college campuses and night clubs, as well as attending adult entertainment related tradeshows and special events. Always remember, you are not only recruiting models, but other agents too! Once you utilize every free recruiting method available, you can sit back and let your links/ads do the work for you without it costing you a dime.
Since we accept both female and male models, agents are paid the same for both.
No. All you need to do is refer the models to us, we take care of everything else. As long as models you referred keep working and making money, you get a 10% share of their earnings.
Yes. We do not require agents to be exclusive to us, so you are free to promote and recruit for other sites as well.
No. Agent commissions are paid entirely by us, so models make exactly the same whether they come to us through an agent or directly.
Yes. Agents can promote sites in our amateur webcam network and receive $25.00 for every referred VIP member. A VIP member is a registered user who buys at least $27.00 worth of Tokens. Agents also get full credit for every model and agent who signs up through the webcam site they promote.
Yes. We can create a free embeddable custom video chat app for your website or blog with your logo and colors. You must have at least 1,000 visitors per day to qualify for our whitelabel program.
Agents get paid weekly, for the previous work week, and we can pay by either Payoneer, Paxum, direct deposit, or check (for U.S. residents only). We do not hold back pay nor deduct for chargebacks.
No, we do not have a minimum payout, so if you make 1 cent in a week, we will pay it to you during that pay period.
Yes, you can find our approved promotional banners for agents by clicking here.
Click here to complete our agent application. Once completed, you will receive your agent code by email, and be able to start recruiting immediately.