Cumshot Editor Pro is a piece of adobe-like editor software created specifically for the need to generate photo realistic cum on female (and male) faces.

Generating and editing all the cumshots exactly as you may have imagined them in your mind has been made extremely easy. It only literally takes 30 seconds to generate a professional-grade cumshot and save the picture to your computer.

You will find endless editing possibilities combined with user-friendly interface. Cumshot generating and editing has never been more satisfying and pleasurable. We’ve taken care of the details, you enjoy the outcome.

Once your order is updated as completed you will be granted immediate lifetime access to Cumshot Editor Pro at its Members Area.

You will then be able to enjoy the acquired software and benefit from awesome weekly content updates.

Please, before purchasing this product make sure you’ve watched its tutorial videos at our Home Page in order to get a clear idea how the software works.

How It Works

Currently we offer three editors (+ one in legacy mode), all of which are included with the purchase. All versions of the editor are browser based (written on HTML5-JS).

The editor(s) work out of the gate through your web browser, so no actual software is shipped, downloaded or installed. All you’d need is a brief access to the internet to load the editor of your choice and start enjoying the software.

Definitely yes. This is something we’re certainly proud of.

While many software developers try to milk their clients with subscriptions, paid DLCs, paid updates, paid items, and paid features, we provide all that free of charge.. indefinitely.

The only sum you will ever have to pay is $37.. and it will guarantee you a lifetime access to weekly updates, introduction of new galleries, software feature updates, and everything else that comes with the software.

We do consider it to be a great value proposition.

Due to the nature of the product we’ve been frequently asked what’s the credit card transaction statement. Many guys were worried it may be indicative of the nature of the product or even outright state something like “cumshoteditor.com”. I’m very glad to clear that out and announce that it is not the case at all.

As it’s a sensitive subject we’ve had a long conversation with our credit card processor ccbill.com and came up with a completely harmless and non-indicative of the nature of the product statement, which is: “CCBill.com *Alpha Essent”.

Alpha Essentials is our company (additional information at Contact) but even it is masked from the statement as you can see. This means that anyone who desires to get any additional information about that transaction would actually have to contact CCBill.com, who are, flat out, not providing any information about the abbreviations in the credit card statements / companies / sites whey work with (unless forced by the government of the United States, under which they operate).

All this ensures that the nature of the product / transaction will remain completely private.

Currently we accept most major credit/debit cards: VISA, MASTERCARD, MAESTRO, DISCOVER, DINERS CLUB, and JCB. The payment processor is CCBill, a trusted leader in global payment solutions since 1998. For more information: https://www.ccbill.com/.

Unfortunately when a bank or card issuer declines a transaction, it often doesn’t tell the payment processing company why. You will need to contact your bank or card issuer to find out the specific reason your card was declined, since they are the one declining the transaction, and not us.

Note that most of the time the declines are related to your bank flagging the payment attempt as an unusual activity. This particular decline can be resolved in under a minute with a simple call to the number on the back of your credit card to confirm your payment attempt to CCBill (https://ccbill.com). We’ve also published a detailed resolution guide here: https://cumshoteditor.com/card-declined-resolution-guide.

Here are additional reasons to why your transaction may have been declined by your bank:

There are not enough funds available to process the transaction.

If you recently deposited funds to your debit or prepaid card, sometimes those funds are not available right away. Likewise, if you recently made a payment to your credit card, your payment may not have been applied to your account yet. Also, if another merchant has placed a “hold” on your account, this may unexpectedly reduce your available balance. Contact your bank or card issuer, or log into your account on their website to check your balance.

Prepaid cards and gift cards (i.e. any cards that are temporary and without your personal information) may or may not be accepted.

Some prepaid card and gift card issuers allow you to register your card, typically through their website. In some cases, registering your card and entering your name and mailing address will enable the card to work. Information on how to register the card is usually listed on the back of the card or the packaging the card came in.

You’re trying to use your card out of your registered region or country.

All of the banks monitor the IP address that is authorizing a given transaction. So when they see an unusual IP address they may block the transaction as a standard fraud protection method.

The card is issued outside the U.S. and is for “domestic use only” or does not allow international transactions.

Some cards that are issued outside the U.S. are marked for “domestic use only” and usually won’t work because those types of cards are typically not connected to the international payment network and only work locally. Some banks offer two cards; one that can only be used locally, and one that works worldwide. Ask your bank or card issuer if your card can be used internationally for internet transactions.

Your card issuer or bank has disallowed internet transactions.

Although not typically seen on cards issued in the U.S., some foreign card issuers and banks disable internet transactions. Contact your bank or card issuer to make sure you can use your card for internet purchases. Sometimes all you need to do is request that it be enabled. Other banks issue more than one card with different features and may ask you to upgrade to a different card type.

Your bank or the payment processing company’s network may be experiencing technical difficulties or be down for maintenance.

This does not happen very often, but it does happen from time to time, often when there are large numbers of transactions flowing through the system, such as during the holidays. If the payment processing company cannot reach your bank to approve the transaction, they will typically decline the transaction in the bank’s place. In this case, the only thing to do is try again later when the system is back up.

Final Thoughts

In any case, the best course of action would be to just briefly call the number on the back of your card and ask them why are they declining this transaction. They will be able see the attempt to pay $37 to CCBill.com, our card processor (shown as “CCBill.com *Alpha Essent” in your card statement) and will be happy to assist you further.

There’s also no need to worry about the nature of your purchase when discussing your transaction attempt. Cumshot Editor Pro or our site won’t be mentioned anywhere in your card statement, as we take confidentiality in these transactions very seriously.

We would love to add PayPal but they are actually not allowing transactions that are considered “adult” in nature through their platform. We do actively use PayPal to accept payments for other software/tangible products our company develops but we can’t use it for this particular one, unfortunately.

Most certainly. We’ve done so in the past and it works well. You’d just have to contact our customer support for additional information.

Currently we offer three editors, all of which are included with the purchase. All versions of the editor are browser based, as such access is granted to preinstalled versions working exclusively online.

The editor(s) work out of the gate through your browser, so no actual software is shipped, downloaded or installed. All you’d need is a brief access to the internet to load them.

All major systems and browsers are supported.

The one on the tutorial videos is written on Adobe Flash and is designed with PC and MAC in mind (it does not support Mobile Devices and Tablets out of the gate). It’s currently recommended to use it in order to get the full range of advanced options for adult editing. You’d just have to make sure to enable Adobe Flash in your browser (https://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player.html).

The other two versions are written on HTML5-JS (and support Mobile Devices and Tablets). Be sure to take a look at our Updates section for additional specific information about their individual releases and editing capabilities.

In addition to cum, you can also add cocks, naked men, masks, dildoes, tits, butts, bdsm items, spit, spurting cum, makeup smudges, pussies, and mouths sucking cocks (on top of the girl’s mouth so that it looks she is sucking the cock) with additional types of galleries being created at this very moment.

All these can be used in countless combination to create diverse adult related content. You can use the tits and butts to create awesome x-ray photos, but also for gender changes and other. You can use the naked men to create orgies out of ordinary photos, or to just make it so it looks your best female/male friend is being gangbanged.

There really are diverse possibilities with more incoming as we are regularly developing and releasing additional types of galleries.

Definitely yes. There is no photo transfer between our server and your computer, which makes is absolutely 100% secure.

Once the editor is loaded, the nature of the editor allows it to run on your computer through your browser (locally). This also makes it that there is absolutely no photo loading or save delays either.

Absolutely yes. We’ve upped our security by introducing HTTPS protocols site-wide (be sure to check what it stands for at: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTPS). Of course, we previously had one on checkout and registration pages where encryption is encouraged. However, the good news is we’ve managed to introduce it site-wide by successfully modifying internal and external elements to work within the new https framework.

This is an important feat because it makes any potential leak of data virtually impossible as the data is being encrypted two times, once internally on our site, and once externally on COMODO RSA. It means that any data would be both unobtainable and unusable.

Browsers are able to show the https encryption in a form of black(mozilla) and green(chrome) padlock to the left of the site’s address in the browser bar. It’s a visual representation of the encryption in place. You will also be able to click on it for any additional information if needed.

Absolutely yes. We guarantee a lifetime access to weekly updates, introduction of new galleries, software feature updates, and everything else that comes with the software.

We update one set of galleries every week (on a rotatory principle so every set of galleries is kept fresh). We also add new types of galleries, first in beta and then live if they prove to be up to standard.

We also provide free lifetime support for everything related to the functionality of the site and editor.