CockID.com - Has anyone used this?

Discussion in 'Show Off' started by ihasaweewee, Jan 22, 2011.

  1. ihasaweewee

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    Clever scheme.

    They charge a fee to host a profile that lets you boast that you've been 'verified' as 6.5 inches or longer. It's an interesting way to make a buck by stroking a man's ego. (The fee is mentioned in the Terms & Conditions, but the fee amount isn't disclosed.)

    It looks a bit rudimentary, like a website that's just been built from a standard template. The FAQ has only been 'visited' 570 times so far, so this place probably hasn't been around very long.
     
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    Yea, the site seems fairly new.
     
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    posted a couple pics there today, although I don't even know why. I don't see it being of any real use :tongue:
     
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    Looks like the domain's been around since December of 2009, hosted in Panama and associated with comoro.net and rayservers.net which have been around since 2007 and 2001 respectively. Comoro.net is a dead end and rayservers is a crackpot hosting/ssl/geocities styled abortion I wouldn't trust as far as I could throw it. Whole thing looks like a one man operation, someone desperately seeking his get rich quick solution. This service is going nowhere and I'd be damned sure I didn't reuse any passwords for services I want to keep secure while signing up for this crap.
     
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