Digital trust rating

Analysis of the website

Very bad trust score : Warning, only for experienced users!


  • PSK 06/28/2020 at 05:11 PM

    I received a msg from BT saying avail your anniversary free gift and then it lead me to
    this link and offered iphone for free then started asking for my bank card details ????

  • Cagey 07/12/2020 at 10:20 AM

    Same here (12 July) - had to complete a Sky survey then was put under time pressure to select a gift (iPhone 11 for £1) and include my card details. Too good to be true...

  • URS 07/12/2020 at 10:28 AM

    Same here (12th July) iphone for £1 give card details plus validation number. To good to be true

  • Alexander 07/12/2020 at 10:33 AM

    Same for me from Virgin Media - they are very, very elaborate scammers.
    If you want to try your luck and get scared of the little time available, do not worry - when the stated 60 seconds expire, they will happily give you another 60 seconds until you get the bait.

  • Sheila 07/12/2020 at 12:18 PM

    It's a scam to get your bank details, I knew it was but I took it all the way to revealing my card details just to be sure. Having a time limit really gave the scam away!

  • Anonymous 07/12/2020 at 04:51 PM

    Definitely scammers, I was redirected to this page for an iPhone 11 offer they wanted me to pay £1 for.

  • mb 07/12/2020 at 07:24 PM

    They find your IP address then pose as your ISP offering rewards for completing a survey. Scam.

  • Ram 07/25/2020 at 11:57 AM

    I got a message saying that Talktalk anniversary review and offer free Iphone 11. It is a scam. they collect your bank details to send to you free iphone 11 at the price of £1. If it is free, then why do they ask for £1. do not trust.

  • Gail s 07/26/2020 at 12:44 PM

    I got a vodafone pop up offering free prize on completing survey. £1 delivery and time constraint gave it away as a scam. Small print ties you into a recurring £39pm charge!

  • sara 07/27/2020 at 11:21 AM

    exactly the same happened to me, 'virgin media' anniversary prize apparently. DON@T GIVE THEM YOUR DETAILS!!

  • UrbanWolfAlpha 08/04/2020 at 03:04 AM

    Exactly the same thing happened to me. I received an E-mail from Tesco telling me I'm their latest winner for an iPhone 11. It took me to and said I have won the iPhone 11 and all I need to pay is £1. I agree with another commenter. If it's completely free, why do I need to pay £1 delivery charge? Elaborate scammers for sure. DO NOT TRUST THEM. If you receive an E-Mail telling you that you have won anything that then takes you to this website, report them for phishing. That's what I did and I feel safe in the knowledge that I didn't give them my bank details.


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It provides answers to questions frequently asked by Internet users:

  • How to check if a website is reliable or not?
  • How to detect fraudulent emails?

When to use this website?

The use of ScamDoc is free and unlimited. As such, this site can be used by anybody who wishes to get some information before a purchase or during an exchange with an unknown contact.

How does it work?

ScamDoc uses a web service called ScamPredictor : it is an algorithm developed by HERETIC society (founder of Signal-Arnaques) which uses an artificial intelligence classification system. Just enter an mail or a website URL to get a detailed report with a trust score!