CDPacking.com is charging people $39.95 to allegedly "hook them up" with places that will
pay them $2 for each case assembled.
Nice to see that ClickBank is letting these knuckleheads sell this - at least they finally wised up and kicked Anthony Morrison out.
Here’s what I think may have happened with CDPacking.com
1. The prior CDPacking.com domain was owned by a real CD case distributor – no homeworkers involved.
2. CDPacking.com's owner let the domain expire.
3. Scammers bought the CDPacking.com domain when it expired and started running a home assembly scam.
Here’s why I think that:
1. The previous site appears to be legit. Here's the wayback:
2. The cdpacking.com was originally registered out of Germany – starting in 2002 and lists
a real CD case company - Variopac.
owner-org: Variopac Distribution AG
owner-name: Nils Heitmann
owner-address: Lindenstr. 17
owner-phone: +49 52 212769500
owner-fax: +49 52 212769509
3. The new site looks completely different and is now charging
people a fee to “assemble CD cases at home”
4. The domain NOW has privacy protection on it and a new creation date
of 2011-08-05 (most likely to hide the new owners/scammers):
Domain Discreet Privacy Service
12808 Gran Bay Pkwy, West
Jacksonville, FL 32258
Email: email@example.com m
Registrar Name….: Register.com
Registrar Whois…: whois.register.com
Registrar Homepage: Register Domain Names at Register.com - Business Web Hosting Services and Domain Name Registration Provider
Domain Name: cdpacking.com
Created on…………..: 2011-08-05
Expires on…………..: 2013-08-05