An image of a full-moon party in Koh Phangan, Thailand, used by Luxnetworking to promote its first Shek O “full moon party”. The company advertised a second such party, and two junk boat trips, for July, and sold tickets in advance, but all were cancelled. The company has since been evading customers’ efforts to get refunds.

Organisers of farcical Hong Kong full moon party accused of running serial scams

  • Luxnetworking has been accused of cheating customers after failing to refund them for cancelled parties
  • The company charged up to HK$980 a head in advance for parties in July, then cancelled at the last minute and deleted its social media pages
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An image of a full-moon party in Koh Phangan, Thailand, used by Luxnetworking to promote its first Shek O “full moon party”. The company advertised a second such party, and two junk boat trips, for July, and sold tickets in advance, but all were cancelled. The company has since been evading customers’ efforts to get refunds.
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