This is the first time, as far as I know, where the perpetrators of this referral scam are operating two domain names at the same time. I knew about DollarinPocket.com but I didn’t know about FixWeekly.com until one of my readers sent me a message about it.
I did some “whois” research on the perpetrators. It appears they’re operating from the Russian Federation, in Moscow.
Whatever the point is to this ongoing scam, the only people who seem to be getting paid are the perpetrators. Other than getting money for victims filling out surveys, I don’t know what they get out of it.
If you see anything that looks even remotely like this website, stay as far away from it as you can.
It doesn’t look like this scam is going to end anytime soon, I’m sorry to say. The way they keep domain hopping, it won’t do any good to report them to the web hosting services they use.
I’ve reported on these publicly:
It probably started before the first one, but it’s the first one that I started tracking.
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It’s obvious I can’t keep up with these scammers, especially when they’re employing multiple domain names at the same time. If you spot one I haven’t spotted yet, please send me a message using the contact page.
If I can figure out the best way to do it, I’ll set up a master list of bad domain names. Time will tell.
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