I haven't personally bought anything from Teds. However, a thirty second Google search shows the following complaints:Again, you're making accusations, but you haven't given me specifics. How do you know Tedswoodworking plans are fake? Have you tried them? Have you purchased them? If you haven't or if anyone else hasn't purchased them, please don't give me your opinion on them since it comes across as ignorant. I'm looking for genuine help.
1) A vast number of his plans have been stolen from other sites, including ones that have put copyright protection on their work.
2) The contact address given in his domain registry is false (at one time it showed as being in the country Ireland, a city and county in England, and a phone number with a Vietnamese country code and the rest of the number possibly not valid anywhere.
3) The guarantee isn't, and you can't get your money back if you try.
4) The Better Business Bureau rates the company with an F, for, among other things, failing to respond to customer complaints, failure to respond for request for information from the BBB, and listing an invalid mailing address for sending complaints to.
Basically, whoever owns it is a sleaze who is only out to make money however he can, including by stealing other people's work and reselling it.
You can also go back through this forum and do a search: there's been a lot of discussion with people asking whether it was any good and getting a lot of really detailed answers. I think that's part of why you drew so much fire for bringing it up a few times: the information is out there and easily accessible, and no one ever seems to do research before asking. The first three Google results for "Ted's Woodworking" are people talking about the fact that it's a scam, and a quick search on probably every woodworking forum out there will show this sort of discussion.