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OnlyFans Management Contract

Let’s chat about contracts, the lifeblood of a great model-agency relationship. They might seem a bit daunting at first, but that’s where we come in. Whether you’re a rising star about to join the ‘Razzle Dazzle’ agency, or you’re a fresh new agency gearing up to sign your very first talent, we’re right here with you.

We know legal lingo isn’t everyone’s cup of tea – it can be pretty dry and confusing. That’s why we’re here to help, breaking it all down so it’s easy to understand and way less scary. So, are you ready? Let’s get this show on the road!

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TLDR: OnlyFans management contracts

  • An OnlyFans management contract clarifies and establishes the terms and conditions of your working relationship
  • It is important to understand contract terms for OnlyFans content creators.
  • A good contract should include the duration, exit fees, remuneration, services and responsibilities, payment details, confidentiality, governing jurisdiction, and dispute resolution. 
  • A contract will be with you for an X amount of time, so ensure you negotiate the best possible deal for yourself or hire professional legal advice to negotiate on your behalf. 
  • When hiring an OnlyFan model, you should conduct interviews, ask to see their work, and make sure the contract sets out the working protocols in a clear way.

What Are Onlyfans Model Management Contracts \ Service Agreements?

Like any other contract, an OnlyFans management contract clarifies and establishes the terms and conditions of your working relationship. The reason for signing a contract should be mutually beneficial – the model benefits from an experienced promoter with a proven track record of increasing revenues and profits for the models they work with, while the promoter (or agency) takes a share of the model’s income.

So, it’s a win-win situation, right?

Well, not always, sometimes sh*t happens. And it’s for exactly that reason you would want a contract to protect you in case of any disagreement or falling out.

What Should Be Included In An Onlyfans Management Contract?

  • Parties involved: The contract needs to clearly define who the signatories are. Include the full name, address and any other identifying details in case of a person or in case of any type of corporation.
  • Duration: Usually referred to as the “term of the agreement” this defines the length of the contract. The terms and conditions go into effect the day of signing. You want to define a date in which these terms are no longer valid.
  • Termination conditions: This includes scenarios where the model isn’t satisfied with the agency’s performance or vice versa. How do you terminate the contract before the predetermined date? Generally, this clause will outline the process for either party to submit a written notice requesting to terminate the contract within a period of 30 days (or any agreed-upon timeframe). It may also state that the contract is considered terminated if one of the parties fails to fulfill their obligations.
  • Services And Responsibilities: Basically, who does what. This clause, often labeled as “services and responsibilities” or “responsibilities of the parties,” should define each party’s roles and responsibilities with utmost clarity. This might include the services provided by the agency, the amount and frequency of content produced by the model, and more. It’s crucial to ensure this includes everything within the expected work scope and is as inclusive as possible.
  • Payment: it’s all about the money right? Usually this clause will cover these subjects:
  • Amount – typically a percentage of the revenue. In some cases, it might be a fixed amount, but most commonly it’s a percentage of the total revenue.
  • Currency – Which currency will the payment be processed in? How should the exchange rate be calculated if the model works in euros but the agency deals in dollars?
  • Payment schedule and method – when must the payment be made? On the Xth of every month for the previous month? Is it a different window of dates? How will the payment be made? wire transfer? Any sort of money app? crypto?
  • Exit Fee: There may be an inclination from the agency to have some sort of agreed upon exit fee if the model wishes to terminate the contract before it ends, this is to make sure that the model is committed and serious about working. Usually this is not that common but you may encounter it (or wish to apply it) for whatever reason
  • Confidentiality: For obvious reasons it is super important to mention that every and all details of this contract are strictly confidential and can not be shared with other parties.
  • Governing Jurisdiction: This is important since we live in a global world where a model in honolulu can be recruited by an agency in the north pole.  This contract section determines which country’s law will be adhered to in case of any legal disputes, and if things worsen, it’s the country in which legal action will take place.
  • Dispute resolution: Think of a dispute resolution clause as the realistic clause saying – “we’re all lovey dovey right now, but let’s have an agreed upon process in case we have a fight”. Or in other words – will you first go to arbitration before pursuing filing a lawsuit and any other steps of the process in which you sort things out.
  • Age and consent: Making sure that the model is of age and gives their consent, trust us, you do not want to get in trouble with this.

Should I write a modeling contract or should I use a lawyer?

There are many contract templates out there which are good enough and with a little help and common sense you could change them to fit your needs, if you want Supercreator’s SUPER SPECIAL contract template just sign up and you’ll get it for free…not to brag but, you’re going to need us anyway… 😎

Having said all that – a lawyer going over a contract making sure it’s airtight may cost a little, but better safe than sorry right? (the answer is right)

Is It Really That Important To Have A Contract?

ABSOLUTELY!

You are a business owner, you manage revenues, expenses, and profits, and handle tax obligations. If you haven’t yet adopted this perspective, it’s high time to start considering yourself as an entrepreneur in charge of a thriving enterprise. And remember, just like with any other business, innovation is absolutely essential.

If not you will simply be left behind. Use AI in your business whether it’s for devising your work plan or for specific goals (e.g chatting to fans). The name of the game here is efficiency, the more efficient you are and the more you innovate you will be able to scale up your earnings and retire to that house in Ibiza you’ve always wanted 🙂 

How much do models get paid per contract?

That’s kind of like asking how much a pro basketball player makes. Depends on the player, their skill, popularity and so on. There are contracts that stipulate 50% of all revenue to the agency and there are contracts that say 20%. It’s a market like any other. Do your research with other agencies and models and try to compare. If you are starting a small agency with 3 models and see that “Goliath OnlyFans Agency” has a contract that warrants 70% of revenue to them you probably wouldn’t be able to do the same.

Same thing goes for models, the terms for a top 1% model won’t be the same as those for a beginner model with 40 subscribers.

Should I negotiate on the contract?

The short answer: YES.
The slightly longer answer: HELL YES

The very long answer: this is a contract that will be with you for an X amount of time, whether a year, whether 5 years. You will want to get the best possible terms you can. Think of yourself in the future, are the terms right now also seem fair 5 months from now when you will be bigger and better at what you do?

Key Contract Considerations for OnlyFans Agency Managers

Besides all the things listed above consider the strategy in which you sign models up, are you looking for beginners to grow with or superstars to leverage your revenue?

Signing a model up is just like hiring an employee, conduct interviews, ask to see a portfolio and ask for more information helping you to determine if this person will be good at their job creating content on a timely basis which converts and increases revenue as well as how pleasant it will be to work with said person. The contract is the final stage, don’t skimp out on your research.

If you already have a set process and working protocols make sure they are in the contract in a clear way – X amount of content every week and any other details that are important to your specific agency.

Key Contract Considerations for OnlyFans Agency Models

Besides all the things listed above consider the strategy in which you sign models up, are you looking for beginners to grow with or superstars to leverage your revenue?

Signing a model up is just like hiring an employee, conduct interviews, ask to see a portfolio and ask for more information helping you to determine if this person will be good at their job creating content on a timely basis which converts and increases revenue as well as how pleasant it will be to work with said person. The contract is the final stage, don’t skimp out on your research.

If you already have a set process and working protocols make sure they are in the contract in a clear way – X amount of content every week and any other details that are important to your specific agency.

Final words

We know that all this legal stuff is not the sexiness you guys are used to dealing with but sometimes you just have to roll up your sleeves and deal with the nitty gritty. All of these tips are from our experience and should always be taken with a critical eye – do your research and make sure there are now details that may have slipped. And for real, if this is not your thing – hire a lawyer and ask them to draft a contract for you, it’s a good investment!

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