Hartz Registers Anti-Hartz Domain Names

July 24, 2008 at 8:25 pm 2 comments

Keenly aware of efforts to get the word out about their poisonous flea and tick products, Hartz scooped up several anti-Hartz domain names. Follow the links below to see that the registrant for each of them is none other than the Hartz Mountain Corporation:

Most of the above domain names were registered by a quick-thinking Hartz on December 12, 2002 — one month after HartzVictims.org was launched. Fortunately, many anti-Hartz domain names are still available, including HartzBlows.com. Register yours today!

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