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Very bad trust index
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The creation of the domain name is rather recent
Short life expectancy domain
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|Domain creation date|
04/06/2022 (Less than one year)
|Domain expiration date|
04/06/2023 (Less than 6 months left)
|Owner identification in the Whois|
The owner of the domain name is hidden in the Whois
|User reviews on Scamdoc||
(Average rating of 1 out of 1 Review)
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Mohsterious 11/03/2022 at 02:03 AMRating:
My opinion is that it should be noted that their website does not list their company details, address, or contact details. Uk law requires these to be listed. Without these while, you can contact them via their email address given- I wouldn't expect to get much by way of help. Without the company details or any sort of way of finding who owns the business (which could be a sole trader or non-company entity too), you have nobody to sue It would be tough to find any details on this business -even if the domain name holder's name is not listed. Note it says they accept Paypal payment by which is preferable but still risky, I did not find this option on partially completing order details to the payment stage. They accept card payments only. You could pursue the matter by way of getting their bank details but you would need to get the police to do it or a solicitor unless you have sufficient knowledge. Plus if your going to buy with your card and the payment is over £100 you may be able to hold the bank liable, if so then the rights are comparable to s75 consumer credit act protection and both the bank and/or credit card company may be liable for your loss and it may be easier to pursue this against them too to get your money back from the company or from them.