Last Updated: May 5, 2019

Famecycle is a worldwide marketplace where people interact with each other. Our Community Guidelines allows every one of you to rest assured that you are browsing and purchasing in a safe, secure environment. These guidelines are intended to help you understand what is acceptable on Famecycle and what crosses the line.

The wide range of events are published on Famecycle. We don’t endorse all the events or organizers on our platform, but we do support freedom of speech and assembly, and want to help cultivate safe spaces for everyone. If something violates our Terms of Service (http://www.famecycle.com/termsofservices.html) is unsafe, or otherwise doesn’t meet the standards set out in our Community Guidelines, we remove it from the platform. Otherwise, we welcome all parties and views that behave respectfully.  

By posting content on Famecycle, you agree to abide by these guidelines and all other Famecycle policies. We reserve the right to remove any content, in whole or part, that violates these guidelines or our Terms of Service (http://www.famecycle.com/termsofservices.html), or for any other reason at our sole discretion. In the event of repeated or severe violations, we may suspend or permanently deactivate the account(s) in question. You can flag or contact us about posts that appear to violate these guidelines.

If you or someone you know is in immediate danger as a result of content posted on Famecycle, please first contact your local law enforcement agency. Once you’ve reported the issue to law enforcement, you can also report the issue directly to Famecycle via ‘Help’ button on the app.


Famecycle is a place where anyone can create or attend to live experiences that fuel their passions. We believe that giving all voices a way to be heard is important to a healthy community and encourage a wide array of engaging events on our platform. As long as our community remains safe and respectful, the more diverse we are, the better! Here are welcome activities and content that will help keep Famecycle a fun space for anyone to learn and grow.

1. All Kinds of Events: You’re free to create events that bring your fans together. 

2. Respectful, Celebratory Content: We highly encourage the use of content that celebrates different cultures, countries, and voices. Everyone may not agree with your views, but we support freedom of speech. Express yourself and inspire our community with your unique perspective and insight.

3. Self-Generated Content: You are welcome to use content in your event listing that you’ve created yourself, provided that it is not hateful or explicit in nature. This includes photos, videos, logos, and copy. 


Below, we’ve outlined some key guidelines for what we believe crosses the line into hateful or dangerous territory, and will lead to the removal of event pages and disabling of accounts.

In general, if we believe there are direct threats, or genuine risk of physical harm to someone or a group of people, we not only take action on our site, but will also work with law enforcement (as appropriate). Below you’ll find more information about specific areas of unacceptable or concerning content, either on Famecycle or linked from Famecycle. 

1. Illegal Activity:

Famecycle may not be used to facilitate criminal activity of any kind. We will work with law enforcement when we have reason to believe there is a legitimate risk to the safety of any individual or the community. Additionally, organizations that participate in terrorist activity or organized criminal activity are not allowed on Famecycle — and neither are events that support or encourage these organizations. We don’t allow any content that endorses or promotes illegal or harmful activity, or that is profane, vulgar, obscene, threatening, or harassing or that violates another person’s or entity’s rights, including intellectual property rights and privacy rights.

2. Copyright and Trademark:

You may only upload content on Famecycle that you either created yourself or have explicit authorization to use. This includes, but is not limited to, all images, logos, videos, and text uploaded on your event page. If you didn’t create the content or you have not received permission to use it, don’t upload it. 

3. Reselling and Physical Goods:

Famecycle is a platform for authorized ticket sellers to offer tickets to their own events to the public. The platform may not be used to resell tickets, sell physical goods, or otherwise facilitate the sale of anything other than a ticket for your own event. The content you post cannot be commercial and cannot include company names, logos and links.

4. Hateful, Dangerous and Fake Content:

Famecycle does not tolerate content or organizations that promote or encourage hate, violence, or harassment towards others and/or oneself. Specifically, content that promote hate towards or the harassment of individuals or groups based on race or ethnic origin, religion, disability, gender, age, nationality, veteran status, or sexual orientation/gender identity will not be permitted on our site. We don’t allow any content that attempts to impersonate another person, account, or entity, including a representative of Famecycle and that is fraudulent, false, misleading, or deceptive.

5. Explicit Content:

Famecycle is not a place for pornography, or for violent and/or graphic content. This applies to all content on our application, including images, videos, and descriptions. We understand that not all nudity is pornographic, and that certain graphic content may be necessary to emphasize the nature of an event on our platform. We will remove content that exposes genitals, fully exposed buttocks, or is otherwise intended to celebrate violence or primarily to shock the viewer. Beyond this, we may also remove certain content to protect the community.  

6. Privacy:

You may not use Famecycle to collect credit card numbers, social security numbers or similarly private information. Beyond this, be thoughtful and careful about the kind of information you ask for, and don’t use Famecycle to collect and abuse sensitive information from others. We don’t allow any content that is sufficient to identify a listing’s location or other content that may pose a personal safety risk to a Famecycle member.

7. Disrespect Our Community:


Most importantly, we expect you to respect the individuals, organizations, and groups that are a part of the Famecycle community. If the content you’re posting is hateful, dangerous, or illegal in nature, there’s no place for it on Famecycle.

How to Flag and Process for Review


Our goal is to promote a safe and respectful community. We rely on this community to report content that violates our Community Guidelines. We also ask for your understanding that Famecycle encourages a diverse, global community. Content that you find upsetting or controversial may not violate our Community Guidelines.

If you come across content that you believe violates our Community Guidelines or is otherwise disturbing, we want to know. Use the “Report This Event” link on event page or a profile to submit your concern.

We’ll review each report, and depending on the nature of the report, we may or may not follow up with you. If we determine that the content violates our Community Guidelines, we may remove only the relevant content, or we may take down the entire event page or profile. If the abuse of our platform is serious and severe, we may also terminate the associated Famecycle account.