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Frequently Asked Questions

How do I Join the Platinum Social Club of USA?

You can begin the process of joining the club by doing one of the following things:

  • Click on the "Contact us" tab above and complete the available form (the process is quick and easy).
  • Contact the "Platinum Outreach Team" by sending an email to
  • Contact a member of the club to inquire about the admission process.
  • Ask to be invited to one of the club's general meetings as an observer.

What are the general requirements for becoming a member of your club?

Some of the general requirements for becoming a member of the Platinum Club include:

  • Willingness to uphold the high standards for which the club stands
  • Have a defined means of livelihood
  • You must be of good character
  • You must be married
  • Willingness to submit to strict interview process

There are a few more requirements which you will be informed about once you contact us.

Does Platinum have any constitution in place?

Yes, Platinum Social Club has constitution and bye-laws that guide its activities and conducts.

What are some of the benefits of joining the Platinum club?

There are numerous benefits to becoming a member of the club; one of which is financial assistance to eligible members. You will be provided details as to what the other benefits are once you contact us through one of the methods listed above.

Do I have to be Igbo to join the club?

Yes, one of the requirements of becoming a member of this club is that you have to be Igbo.

What if I am from Delta state?

Yes, you can join the club as long as you are an Igbo person

What if I am Igbo but my spouse is not; does it mean we cannot join the club?

The couple can join. According to Igbo culture, any woman rightly married to an Igbo man has become an Igbo woman irrespective of where she comes from. That is citizenship by marriage.

One of the requirements of becoming a member is that you have to be gainfully employed; does it mean my membership will get canceled if I become unemployed at some point?

No, your membership will not be revoked should you become suddenly unemployed through no fault of your own; however, you will need to be able to meet your financial obligations.

I am an Igbo woman whose husband is currently residing in Nigeria; can I join the club on behalf of my husband and family until such a time my family moves here?

No; currently, the club does not permit such membership.

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