Some call it “the Facebook for rich people”, they prefer to call themselves “The world’s most exclusive online community”. It’s a global online community for affluent and accomplished individuals and offers socializing in a private and secure manner.
Launched on Tuesday, the Netropolitan Club social media site offers rich people to hang out with each other online. Businesses and people under 21 years of age are not allowed to register on the site. The network is fee-based and costs $9000 just to join in, followed by an annual fee of $3000. The site promises its clients to never sell their data and remain add free.
Another advantage is that there’s none of the “99 percent” that can be found on other social media. Among other things, Netropolitan’s policy is to keep the number of members private. Some people find it hard to understand why someone would want to pay a high fee for services that are normally free. Every site offers a chance to purge the “friends list”, so if you want to hang out with rich people only, filter accordingly.
The Club’s moderators monitor the community; their job is to ensure that everyone has a pleasant and courteous experience on Netropolitan. Private messages to members aimed at soliciting business are not allowed. Public posts must be in English, while private messages may be in any language. With the click of a button clients can even call a “Member Service Associate” to assist them with the site at any time.
Technically this site isn’t different from most other social networking sites; the difference is that you get privacy and access to a world-wide network of people whom you share a similar lifestyle with.