Is the contract legit or scam? 2 Answers as of February 21, 2014


These Terms and Conditions ("Agreement", "Terms") are an agreement between Swinger's Group ("we", "us", "our", "Swinger's Group") and the owner/operator of an internet site ("you", "your", "Website Operator") submitting an online application to participate in the Swinger's Group(the "Group"), and governs your participation in the Group.

These Terms and our Privacy Policy set forth the entire agreement between both parties and supersede prior proposals, agreements and representations, written or oral, between the parties with respect to the subject matter contained herein.

We reserve the right to alter or modify these Terms, the Group or any provision, including rates, associated with the Group at any time. It is your responsibility to refer to these Terms from time to time so that you may be informed of any such changes.

Upon your acceptance of and compliance with these Terms (signified by clicking submit on our application page), and pending our review of your application, you will be able to fully participate in the Group.


You must register to our "Orgy Sponsor Site".
You must agree in our Terms and Conditions.
Attend to our Medical Check-Up. (one time check-up only)


You must be very discreet about everything in the Group.
No taking of photos while in Event.
Respect other boundaries.
Only a member can attend to the Event.
Don't insult other Members, Moderators, Staffs etc.
Filming is strictly prohibited.

Requirements at the Event:

1 Valid I.D (Passport, Government I.D, Driver's License etc.).
Copy of your Invitation.
Copy of Receipt for your Payment.
Costume (Greek Theme with Mask).
Medical Certificate.


We advise you to review these Terms with legal counsel before entering into it. You affirm that no statement made by Swinger's Group, or by its employees, representatives or moderators.

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Lawyer for Independent Media | Sue Basko
If a person is paying to attend such an event, in many states this meets the definition of prostitution. In addition, in some states it is illegal to have sex with anyone other than one's married spouse. In almost all locations, it is illegal to run a sex business without being specifically licensed to do so. A contract can never be formed to do something illegal. Therefore, this contract is most surely void.
Answer Applies to: California
Replied: 2/21/2014
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