Illicit married dating
"What happens on the island stays on the island.” Illicit Retreat is scheduled to open in 2017, but extravagant cheaters can register their interest here. There’s only thing that might take the heat out of all this fire – the island is located 100 miles from Portsmouth, south of the British coast. Once there, they’ll be welcomed by luxurious apartments complete with dining rooms and Jacuzzis."All you need to do is sneak out for a 'business trip' and the rest is taken care of for you," says Illicit Encounters spokesperson Christian Grant. Illicit Encounters claims to have 1,058,922 users in the UK alone.Oh, and they’ll be blind folded so that the island’s location can remain secret.RELATED READING: Having An Affair: Can It Save Your Marriage? It seems like the extra-marital affairs industry is still booming, despite the Ashley Madison leak last year. “Married-dating” website Illicit Encounters are in "advanced negotiation" to buy a private island where their adulterous members can cheat in safety.
In fact, when it comes to privacy, the arrangements for a trip to the Illicit Retreat read something like a secret service operation: Adulterous couples will be flown to the island by helicopter, so that they can avoid suspicious travel receipts or unaccounted for car mileage.
Visitors will also have to sign non-disclosure agreements before they can fly.