You might be surprised that anyone would spend a lot of effort on trying to sell woodworking plans/shed making plans on the Internet, but one person or group determinedly put out hundreds emails per year to each person on their scam list, year after year.
Does she make any money at this?
Who knows but she keeps trying so maybe she does or maybe she’ll give up when the first ever sucker falls for the sales pitch.
The actual offer is for 16,000 wood working plans, which is a ridiculous number of plans.
She uses a set pattern of messages that keep repeating ad infinitum.
The first in the set is a straightforward sales pitch about how wonderful the woodworking plans are and how you can make anything you want with little effort and how people will be queuing up at your door to buy your wooden products. Obviously rubbish, as building serious woodworking skills takes years and years of effort and a good teacher.
The message is clear that the offer of all 16,000 woodworking plans is only for one day and will never be repeated.
The second email is titled something like “Bad News” then goes on to claim that there was so much demand for Ted’s woodworking plans that his server computer fell over but they’ve got it fixed so you can place your order NOW!.
Rubbish of course, but entertaining at least.
This email generally repeats for several days.
Then back to the beginning of the message set again the following week or sometimes there is a week or so gap then the restart.
Sometimes the main focus of the offer changes to be 12,000 shed plans which is more ridiculous than the first offer – who in their right mind would pay for 12,000 shed plans and who would ever put together such an overkill.
This time the main claim is that the instructions are so precise the sheds practically build themselves.
Can you image a shed building itself? – not an easy thought except for a mad scammer.
The messages come from random name email accounts such as ducatric411op9opw21asd.icu
Whoever is sending out this drivel is filling the world with rubbish.
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