I am redirected to this site all the time from different ads that are disguised as links within Facebook. The first time I did it, I got through the "quiz" it contains up until it asked me for my phone number and I could see the fie print. It worries me that kids will not read that fine print and wind up subscribing to something useless, thereby getting their parents charged for it.
I've had very bad experiences with the IQ quizzes: scam, endless ads. This one can't even spell 'their' or 'thinks', sure bait for anyone who thinks that they ARE smart, according to my ancient & revered aunt, who knows a thing or two about advertising. The misspelling in the ad is an old advertising gimmick: they used to use this gimmick to advertise restaurants, when they published the evening's menu.
DO NOT GIVE THEM YOUR PHONE NUMBER!!! If you go through to the end and provide your cell phone number, you will automatically be enrolled in a monthly subscription charged to your cellphone bill. SCAM< SCAM< SCAM!!
Without even reading the very-fine print, any website that ask for your cell phone or other billable information plans to charge you for something....usually repeatedly. There are VERY few exceptions to this. This site is not one of those exceptions.
This is not the OFFICIAL IQ Test. Those people are trying to steal all of you personal information. Those people are trying to trick you that their "Website" is the OFFICIAL IQ Test. The Official IQ is at http://www.iqtest.com/