Security Policy

The security of your personal information is important to us. We use reasonable and appropriate physical, technical, and administrative industry safeguards to protect information from unauthorized access, use, loss, misuse or unauthorized alteration.

General information   

Our systems never access your full credit card number, and we encrypt the most sensitive information like tax information using transport layer security (TLS). We also offer advanced security measures, such as CAPTCHA verification in cases when a bot is detected, when a user attempts to login from a suspicious IP address or after rapid succession login attempts. We only serve traffic over HTTPS, which encrypts all data between you and us.


As a creator or customer, you can help prevent unauthorized access to your account and information by choosing a strong and unique password which is stored in a password manager. If you have any questions about the security of your personal information, you can contact us at
If you are a security expert or researcher and you believe that you have discovered a security-related issue with Bombshell Influencers, we appreciate your help in disclosing the issue to us responsibly. You can submit bug reports to us at Please include a detailed description of the issue and the steps required to reproduce what you have observed when you submit bug reports.


Please do not engage in any behavior that endangers the security of our website and users. Below are some examples of things you should not do on Bombshell Influencers.
If you engage in any of these behaviors, or otherwise endanger the security of our website and users we may terminate your account.
We have a dedicated team who specialize in detecting and preventing attempts to use the Bombshell Influencers platform for money laundering and fraud. This team uses human judgment as well as our own in-house technology and third-party tools, including KYC verification to identify and investigate suspicious behaviors or transactions.

Bombshell Influencers' team continuously looks for "red flags" which may indicate money laundering or fraud. These can include:

Multiple payment card attempts with multiple names;
Fast purchases;
Payment attempts from flagged IP addresses;
Transaction attempts from IPs which are the same for the Fan and the Creator;
Purchases from accounts with similar patterns (e.g., newly created accounts or accounts with bad email domains); and/or,
Suggestive direct messages (such as send 50%/40% back via third-party payment methods).