Discussion in 'Tutorials & Guides' started by Trysoft, Jun 26, 2017.

  1. Trysoft

    Trysoft Level 1

    Oct 25, 2016
    Windows 10
    Hey! Today i'm going to show you a site that works very well in informing whether or not the site you are entering or filling out bank details is a SCAM, AD OR MALWARE.

    The Free Scam, Spam or Trust Website Analyzer Tool


    Not only does this site analyzes for harmful activity but also provides:


    Example ;););)
    Here's an example for at Reputation Review
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    Reviews and Blogs

    You can help out the site by posting reviews and comments. The site depends on awareness of different sites by the public and if you realise if a site is dangerous, the first thing to do is to head to The Free Scam, Spam or Trust Website Analyzer Tool

    The site also has a blog page (ScamAnalyze Blog) which you can have a look to be more aware to scams.

    Thanks for Reading! :):):)

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