Community Guidelines

At Join It, we want to facilitate a diverse community full of broad experiences from around the world. The integrity of our community is important to us, and we have created these guidelines to ensure that our platform is respectful, safe, secure, and legal for our Organizations.

Since we partner with Stripe as a payment processor, we must abide by their guidelines as dictated by their restricted business limitations.

Business Guidelines

Examples of businesses and business practices that are prohibited by Join It include:

  • Active selling or trading virtual currencies or cryptocurrencies
  • Selling or trading counterfeit goods
  • Gambling
  • Intellectual property infringement
  • Selling pharmaceutical goods
  • Multi-level marketing or affiliate marketing
  • Credit repair services
  • Organized criminal or terrorist activity
  • Any activity or group based on the harassment, intimidation, or hatred towards any group based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, or national origin

Content Guidelines

We expect anyone who uses the Join It platform to be respectful to the individuals and organizations that are part of our community.

Prohibited content includes content that:

  • Impersonates any person or entity, including government officials or public figures
  • Defames or libels any other person
  • Promotes or encourages hateful or dangerous content towards an individual or group of individuals based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, disability, or national origin
  • Invades another person’s privacy or uses their likeness without permission

This list is representative and therefore non-exhaustive. If you’re unsure about any of these standards and whether or not a business violates these guidelines, please contact support. Finally, we reserve the right to terminate any package with any organization that does not meet our ethical standards.

Conduct Guidelines

We're constantly working to create a welcoming environment of mutual respect, and use this as a guiding principle in our business. We aim to be transparent, honest, and courteous, and we expect the same from our customers.

Examples of behavior that are not welcome in our environment:

  • Language that is rude, berating, hostile, or offensive.
  • Personal attacks on professional conduct.
  • Engaging in any pattern of disruptive or intrusive behavior that adversely impacts the quality of services we provide.

This list is incomplete and non-exhaustive. Any customer who engages in the above behaviors or harassment in any form is subject to package termination at any time at our discretion.

Frequently Asked Questions

I run a cannabis company. Can I use Join It?
Yes! As long as you’re compliant with your local laws and regulations, you can use Join It.

I run a gun club. Can I use Join It?
Yes! If you focus on education, gun safety, and comply with all your local laws and regulations, you can use Join It. If you’re unsure, please contact

I run a sexuality conference, class, or a special interest group that is sometimes categorized as sexually explicit. Can I use Join It?
Yes! We’re happy to support sexual freedom conferences, sexual education classes, and special interest groups. We’re able to support your membership management, event planning, and member communication needs, but we’re unable to support the sale of any media or products (other than event registration) through our platform at this time. If you’re unsure, please contact

How do I report a group that doesn’t fit these guidelines?
If you see an Organization or an Organization’s materials that you believe violate these guidelines, please contact


If you have any questions, then please contact us so that we can provide additional information.

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