Welcome to the Nobleis socially conscious community. Here we will discuss Nobleis community guidelines
If you don’t own the rights to a photo or video, please don’t post it. In other words, don’t pretend to be someone you’re not. Nobleis’s proprietary selfie technology may verify your photos and videos to be legit. Uploading photos or videos that are not of you will result in a warning or block of your account without warning at our discretion.
You must be at least 18 years of age to register at Nobleis. Please don’t maintain multiple Nobleis accounts. Additionally, don’t share your account with multiple people, such as your friends or significant other.
No kids on the photo by themselves. Anyone under the age of 18 must be in the photo with an adult and fully clothed.
Any content that promotes, advocates for, or condones racism, bigotry, hatred, promoting terrorism or violence against individuals or groups is not allowed.
Content that advocates for or glorifies suicide or self-harm is also not allowed.
No personal contact information in photos or bio. Don’t publicly broadcast any private information, yours or anyone else’s.
No soliciting; this includes coupon codes & sales links. Using Nobleis as your marketplace is prohibited. Don’t use Nobleis to drive people to external websites via a link or otherwise.
All donations to charities should go through Nobleis secure platform. In addition, all users are prohibited from sharing their own financial account information, such as Paypal, Venmo, etc., from receiving money from other users.
Soliciting, promoting, or advocating for commercial sexual services, human trafficking, or other non-consensual sexual acts is strictly prohibited.
As Nobleis allows communication only after an approved bid and a successful contribution pledge to charity, we ask you to behave the same way on Nobleis as you would in real life. And that is to respect other people’s beliefs, interests, and property while corresponding through chat, voice call, video chat, and in person. Nobleis takes a strong stance against hate speech, rude or abusive behavior, bullying, and misogyny.
Just because you accept a bid or offer, or someone accepted your bid or offer to benefit a charity, shouldn’t make you feel obligated to meet someone you don’t feel comfortable meeting. You may unmatch within 7 days from the date of your connection for whatever reason. All we ask is to show common courtesy and inform your match if you decide to unmatch or cancel your scheduled date or networking instead of just not showing up. It’s the right thing to do. You don’t want someone to confirm a scheduled date with you and for you to show up at the location to find out that your connection is no show.
Check out our Dating Safety Guidelines page.