DOZENS of of “depraved” guests will flock to Nevada over Fourth of July weekend for a raunchy ‘Sex Island’ vacation complete with 100 prostitutes.
For $4,500 each, the 50 guests will be guaranteed two hookers a day and the option to swap prostitute with other sex-cationers – with no condoms required.
Sex IslandThe Sex Island resort near Las Vegas, Nevada is hosting a July Fourth extravaganza complete with 100 prostitutes[/caption] YouTube/GGMansionFor the price of $4,500, a total of 50 guests will get to take place in the sex-filled weekend with no condoms required[/caption]
The shocking Sex Island experience will take place at a secret location just a helicopter ride away from Las Vegas, Nevada according to the event’s website.
The weekend offers unlimited sex, meals, alcohol, and hotel rooms with air conditioning and WiFi, desserts and more,” the website says.
HIV and STD testing is offered onsite testing so that the holiday makers can have sex condom free.
The company says all of the sex workers on site for the trip are tested for HIV and STD as well.
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Beyond sex, guests can also go horseback riding, toy around on ATVs, or attend a holographic concert.
For anyone excited by this description, however, there is a pretty big catch: some claim Sex Island is a scam.
The trip is managed by the Good Girls Company, whose previous Sex Island promises have earned some complaints, according to Scam Detector.
A previous event scheduled to take place in Colombia got blowback from the local government.
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After the controversy, organizers claimed to be moving the event to Trinidad and Tobago, but that one never happened either.
Some would-be attendees told Scam Detector they had their trips canceled the day before the vacation was set to begin, after they had already wired the money for the ticket.
An excerpt from one of the supposedly scammed customers said:
“I paid $4,500 by wire transfer to a bank account in the United States. This is in American dollars, while I am from Canada. They sent the Golden Ticket by email along with the name of the hotel in Trinidad to stay in – Hyatt Regency – where the pickup to go to the yacht was. I traveled to Miami to stay overnight and had a flight booked to Trinidad the next day. On the day before the event I received this email from them.”
The email from the organizers said the event was canceled for security reasons, but promised a refund was on its way.
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According to the burned guest, his refund never arrived.
Good Girls Company told Scam Detector that their event is real, but fake imposters have cropped up using different websites like SexIsland.net. According to them, the real website domain is sexisland.co.
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