“We don’t care about Instagram followers, and we tend to vibe with people who also don’t care about that,” notes Kevitch. “Self-awareness is hot. So is someone who takes time to carefully consider their application responses. We’re looking for people who are intentional about being engaged with the platform and our events, not just looking for another dating app to aimlessly swipe on.”
You can typically expect a decision on your application within a couple of weeks, and if you’re accepted, you’ll get a notification from the app with a warm welcome. Even if you’re not approved, you’ll be offered a place on the waiting list instead of a flat-out rejection.
Being Waitlisted for Lox Club
According to Kevitch, there are several factors that might lead to being waitlisted rather than outright accepted. Those who do not take the application process seriously (no, emojis are not ever considered a real or appropriate answer), or who are very clearly only looking for non-committal hook-ups will likely be placed on the waitlist.
There are currently about 20,000 people on that waitlist, but don’t stress – Lox Club reviews this list weekly for potential new members, and they’ll send you a push notification as soon as your application status changes.
Membership Fees for Lox Club
This ensures each member is joining for the right reasons, and “serious about finding a meaningful connection” according to the Lox Club team.
Building Your Profile on Lox Club
Your profile on Lox Club includes a career and ambitions section, followed by school, work, location, and hometown. Members are also required to add six photos of themselves and answer three prompts, which they select from a long list of questions.
Those prompts range from sharing your bar/bat mitzvah theme to admitting the last thing you Googled or the most neurotic thing about you. Continue reading Lox Club advises submitting a photo where your face is clearly visible – no far-away body shots or selfies with sunglasses