Dialogue Key is dedicated to putting its members first, always. Every day on our online platform and in person at events, parties and seminars across the world, personal and professional dialogue takes place, and our commitment is to ensure each dialogue helps you, our members, achieve the goals and ambitions you have for a richer, more productive and successful life. That’s why we have created these Club Rules to explain the types of dialogue and content exchanges that are acceptable on the platform and in person, and what types may be inappropriate and possibly rejected by Dialogue Key. Our Club Rules aim to provide our members with general guidance on your use of, and participation in, Dialogue Key’s services.
Building your network on Dialogue Key is simple, but based on mutual interest. If you send a contact request to another member, that member must accept your invitation before you can communicate on the platform. If, for any reason, the person whom you have sent a contact request to rejects your request, you will not be permitted to send another contact request to that person.
Here’s how the communication rules (who you can send contact requests to) works:
Apriori & Apriori Plus Members can send contact requests to other Apriori & Apriori Plus members for the following reasons:
Executive Members can send contact requests to Apriori, Apriori Plus & other Executive members for the following reasons:
Elite Members can send contact requests to Apriori, Apriori Plus, Executive & other Elite members for the following reasons:
Sovereign Members can send contact requests to all member types for any reason.
Incognito Members can send contact requests to all member types for any reason. However, Incognito member profiles cannot be seen or accessed via the platform unless an Incognito member permits those people in his private network to view his/her profile, or selected elements of it.