Contacting a Cannabis Club
If you contact a cannabis club, they will request a face to face meeting at their reception so you can identify yourself as a legal adult. They can’t explicitly send you a cannabis club invitation; therefore, you are going to have to read between the lines.
Regardless, is it always best to contact the cannabis club in advance. They reply on the spot, so don’t worry about delays. They would either tell you not to come, or they would welcome you to meet them at the reception desk. You can fill out the form on their website or you can send them a private message to their Facebook page. A cannabis club making new members will normally reply:
“Thank you for your interest in our organisation. Please bring your ID to identify yourself as a legal adult (18+) at the reception desk. We can’t answer any questions till we meet face to face, so please be patient and follow the instructions.”
No cannabis club invitation guarantees membership registration. So, don’t be rude if you get rejected. Most cannabis clubs reject membership because of direct advice by the lawyer. Thus, don’t take it personal. Lawyers can send instructions with no prior notice for clubs to cease membership registration. Therefore, be kind and go to the nearest cannabis club in case you get rejected.
The Most Common Mistakes
The most common mistake everyone makes is simply ringing the doorbell of all the clubs without contacting them in advance, hoping to get accepted. The second most common mistake is to go without having everything required for membership registration. The following list consists of the information everyone should know if they don’t want to experience last minute setbacks.