demo.prestadeal.com has a low trust score. Why?
The website might be a scam as we found several negative indicators for demo.prestadeal.com.
We automatically reviewed demo.prestadeal.com by checking 40 different data point such has the location of the server, ratings given on other sites, malware reports, the source code being used and more. Scamadviser uses all this information to determine a trust score.
Based on our analysis we gave this website a low trust score. As the check is done manually and no algorithm is perfect, it is advisable to also do your own verification of the website before you buy or leave your contact details. Please feel free to use our checklist to see if the website is safe to use or fraudulent.
- This website has been up for 8 Years, 343 Days
- The website's owner is hiding his identity using a paid service
- This website is being iframed by another website
- The domain name is generic and used by badly review websites
- The address is anonymous, a PO Box is used
- We did not find a SSL certificate
- We could not access the website at this time
- 2 countries are involved in the set-up
- The website has been reported to have malware (e.g. viruses)
The owner of the website is hiding his identity. Spammers use this information to promote services to website owners. Some website owners therefor chose to hide their contact details. However, it can also be misused by scammers. Our algorithm gives a high rating if the identity of the website owner is shown.
We prefer real physical addresses instead of a PO Box which this company is using. We understand some companies prefer PO Boxes but it does not allow the consumer to visit the company. As a result, we are giving this website a slightly lower score.
We cannot access the website at the moment. The website may have a server or network problem. We are therefor showing you previous review results or our analysis when the website was still available.
2 countries are used for the technical set-up of this website. For smaller websites this is uncommon as they usually have one hosting company that arranges everything (the domain name, DNS, firewall, email and webservers). Larger websites and corporates often use multiple companies for these services and as a result several countries can be involved in supporting the website.
This website is using an iframe or other technology to include content and functionalities located on another website. We consider this suspicious. Most professional and large scale websites hardly ever do this.
Many websites start their online business using a platform. These platforms often offer a free trial service where the name of the platform is part of the website's name. Examples are testshop.ccvshop.com or mytestsite.yola.com. Once set-up most webshop owners migrate their website to a domain of their own. In our experience websites who keep using the name of the platform are either not very serious or could be online scams. The rating of the websites was as a consequence reduced.
We could not find a valid SSL certificate. Especially for professional online stores this is a red flag. Any reasonable sized website makes sure communication between your browser and the website is secure. For smaller blogs or content sites a missing SSL certificate may be a little bit superfluous.
We found that the website has been listed as having malware on its website (in the past). Malware can be any kind of computer program that causes damage in one way or another. Being listed as having malware on the website is an indicator of either a badly maintained server or malicious indent. We therefor reduced the trust score, even though the malware may already have been removed.