Lox Club

Lox Club

Lox Club

By The Lox Club, LLC

  • Category: Lifestyle
  • Release Date: 2020-07-19
  • Current Version: 1.1.3
  • Adult Rating: 17+
  • File Size: 52.57 MB
  • Developer: The Lox Club, LLC
  • Compatibility: iOS 9.0+
Score: 3.08
From 170 Ratings


The Lox Club is a private, membership-based dating app for Jews with ridiculously high standards. – Prospective members may download the app and submit an application. Once submitted, applications are placed in queue and reviewed continually. An applicant's status can change from "waitlisted" to "accepted" at any time. Once accepted, members have the option to purchase a 3, 6, or 12 month auto-renewing membership and will have full functionality of the entire service while their subscription is active. The Lox Club's community values – trust, respect, and privacy – are core to the membership experience. Members who act in a manner that is not reflective of these values and other community guidelines may have their accounts suspended or terminated. Initial payment is charged via iTunes Account at confirmation of purchase and auto-renewals are charged within 24 hours prior to the end of the applicable period. Auto-renewal may be turned off at any time through iTunes Account Settings. Any subscription cancellation will be effective at the end of the applicable period. For more, please see our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy: https://www.loxclubapp.com/tos https://www.loxclubapp.com/privacy-policy


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The algorithm is off

I am someone who has no problem matching with a high volume of people on any other app but it’s been 2+ months of swiping and I still have yet to match with anyone...
By lovepinkkx177777

Don’t eat all your lox at once

Great for if you’re not the type to be swiping all day, A1 dating app.
By CaptianLox

Feels like a scam

This seems like something that was good in theory but poor in execution. As a Jewess with high standards, I was immediately like “yes... done... sign me up” when I heard about this from an article a friend sent me. After filling out the application, I was shocked when I was accepted. If they claim to base a large part of criteria around career aspirations, I probably should not have gotten chosen, but alas, here I am, and that’s why I don’t think anyone is actually denied for this app. Basically, if you pay, you can stay. I initially thought that this would be like most apps where it’s free to use but you can pay to upgrade... nope. Once you get accepted and verify your account, you have to pay to even see members. You would think that people on this app would take it seriously since we all had to pay to access members, but I’ve matched with 8-10 people and have not received one single message, which has never happened to me on any other app that I’ve used. I find it frustrating that I’m only able to see, like, 8 people every 8 hours, and that I have to pay even more money to see a couple more. I get that the idea is for people to not be mindlessly swiping and to really look at people’s profiles, but honestly the information people provide isn’t enough for me to make a character judgement. There’s nothing profound about anyone’s answers. The prompts are just a rip off of Hinge, with some Jew-y specific ones sprinkled in to remind you that this is in fact a Jewish app. I was also irritated when I read in the FAQ that no, you don’t HAVE to be Jewish to use the app. I’m using this specifically to find a nice Jewish boy, and since nowhere on the app does it ask you to specify your religion, how am I supposed to know when I’m encountering a surprise Goy? So much for the “exclusive and Jewish” route... TL;DR- great idea in theory, poor execution. You might as well stay on one of the free ones.
By Marlzus

Can’t believe I paid for this 🙄

I get that as a late 30s female the dating pool is shallow even in NYC but showing me profiles of people on the other side of the country or in Canada in a pandemic and charging me for this experience is insulting.
By Sarah Felice

Not for Jews with ridiculous high standards

They claim to be for Jews with ridiculous high standards but I very much disagree. Anyone who applies definitely gets approved. Location matching is terrible. If I’m on the west coast why do I care about someone in Florida or New York. I got matched with a few girls that looked about 50 claiming to be in their 20’s. It takes me about 20 seconds to go through the matches and you probably won’t like any of them. If this was free I would recommend but never pay for this.
By Bwett is the best

Don’t do it

I didn’t read reviews before downloading the app and signing up. Just like everyone else has said, you are promised an exceptional service. You have to be vetted to be accepted, and then they text you that your acceptance will expire. All the while, there is no mention that this service will cost you any money. When I got to the payment screen, I was scammed into paying $36 for 3 months. I did it because I had already been fed so many lies and promises. The app is really nothing special. You get a couple people to swipe each day and they aren’t that hot. Not worth it at all.
By nik1nik2nik3


By jdsjkdjdndjd

A waste

Honestly the people arent any better than hinge or bumble. They sell you on exclusivity to lure you into paying for the app. They only show you 5 profiles at a time and make you PAY even more to skip the wait. such a rip off. very disappointing
By flavortown101234567

Don’t waste your money

You get about 10 swipes a day, and after three weeks on the app, i have zero matches. This is not an issue on the free apps like hinge. The quality of candidates is no better too. What’s the point? The matchmaker also doesn’t do anything besides make excuses for why the app doesn’t function properly. She will not assist with actually making any matches if you ask. Save your money. This app is too new. Not enough people on it. Not worth it at all.
By Loveless Obsessed

Worse Than Free Apps

Currently the only filters that are available are age and gender. So basically, I am paying to see all males between ages 28-39 in the entire world...and that’s what I’m seeing. I live in the biggest city in the country and almost none of the people I’m being shown are even in my same state. I asked the “matchmaker” about this And was told that new filter are coming...like height and location. There’s no way to have any information about hobbies, politics, preference. This is a paid app. Tinder, bumble, hinge, etc, all are better at filtering matches. This app offer nothing that those apps don’t. The claim that the app users have high standards is ludicrous. The only reason these people are different from tinder is that they’ll pay. This app needs to give us our money back if they aren’t actually offering a service.
By Stully1025


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