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Woodprix PlansWARNING SCAMS: Ted's Woodworking Plans / Woodprix / Woodglut Nothing is free!

WARNING SCAMS: Ted's Woodworking Plans / Woodprix / Woodglut Nothing is free!

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Skip to 8:39- Ted’s Woodworking, Woodprix, Woodglut, Pepe’s Amazing Plans, etc.- they are all the same scam! They keep changing the name because people are catching on. If it promises thousands of woodworking plans, deck plans or anything similar- it’s the same scam and it hurts real people. Don’t be part of the problem by buying their stolen goods!
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  1. Skip to 8:39– Ted's Woodworking, Woodprix, Woodglut, Pepe's Amazing Plans, etc.- they are all the same scam! They keep changing the name because people are catching on. If it promises thousands of woodworking plans, deck plans or anything similar- it's the same scam and it hurts real people. Don't be part of the problem by buying their stolen goods!

  2. Revisiting your video on Ted's woodworking Scams and a commercial on YouTube followed for Walt's woodworking with 150 free plans followed. It felt like Ted changed his name to Walt to continue the same SCAM. The vermin seem to be still surviving and trying to work off of you.

  3. This is the fist time I’ve ever heard of Ted’s being illegitimate. I will be sure to pass the word around. To be honest I came close to buying his stuff. I will now search elsewhere. Thanks for the heads up.

  4. Have to admit, I fell for this one a couple years ago. I think it was a download, not a DVD. It contained a number of zip files, loosely categorized; outdoor furniture, cabinets., etc. Each zip contained a number of PDF files with ambiguous names such that you had to open each one to see what it was. Some were so poorly scanned, the measurements were unreadable. After about 20 minutes of looking for something interesting, I deleted the download. It's not even worth the effort if it's free.

  5. Man i wish i saw this 6 years ago , i was unfortunate enough to believe that shmuck , i got scamed and tried to get reimbursed . Man i was dum , but i’ve learned by my mistake 😉

  6. I almost fell for this scam. But my spider sense told me there was something wrong, too much hype & outlandish claims. Too good to be true I thought. I find many just like this on Facebook, they seem to be just a reworked & renamed version. If you see them on FB, you should repeatedly flag them, as I can’t accuse them, cause they haven’t stolen anything from me yet.
    Can you woodworking guys get together & put together a list somewhere where all the reputable ones are listed?
    And maybe while you are all together, decide to report him or them, to the social media sites every time he pops up? I don’t want to be buying stolen plans that someone else worked hard to make.

  7. No sooner had I watched this than Ted's "plans" came up as an ad on YouTube, before it could end with "credit card details and phone number" the ad cut out. Let's hope that wasn't an accident.

  8. Shorts are fine over the summer when it’s beach weather, but for the long winter … go back to the long ones.

  9. Shorter episodes are the way to go. Often times many people are hesitant to click on a 20-30 minute video, even if they're going to watch 4 consecutive 12 minutes videos. It's just a funny way the mind works. They feel it's less of a commitment; regardless if they're ultimately going to commit even more time than the video's actual length.

  10. I know this is an old video but it just pooped up on my feed. Absolutely beautiful 👍 The crazy hardware guys stuffing their pockets with muffins, in Ohio, had me rolling!

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