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I found that they defame some new recently created websites labeled with "under construction" and with only 15 DAYS old of WHOIS creation and they claim they are a scam websites!! I contacted one of these websites and they said they have no clients yet to get any reputation either good or bad. They also discriminate & hate some countries and defame your website if you outsource its web development to some poor countries which the idea of "Software Outsourcing" is based on.!!
They are just some Adsense Scam to earn money and let people click for the ads to earn money. They don't have any physical presence and they don't have any of McAfee, Norton, GeoTrust or any method of verification. They are not even BBB registered.
TOTAL SCAM WEBSITE. Google should kill their search results.!!!
This website is full of complete lies and more, do not go on to it
SO Much LIES on this stupid website, also offers malversting
Total Scam, Adsense Scam, and Blacklisted by Yandex. Basically, the site is a scam that seems to be designed to enable websites to be given a favourable rating by them if they pay scamadviser.com some amount (donate, as they say).
It's not BBB-accredited, and the site is replete with spelling errors and grammatical errors, which also indicates it is not reputable.
They deliberately defame small businesses and will give websites very poor ratings which they then offer their allegedly "FREE 'TrustAdviser Seal' to improve the ratings. Until you do so, this site will turn up on Google and other search engines and this definitely can ruin small businesses.
They also defame websites and inaccurately rate them negatively purely based upon whether the website is newly registered and "where [they] think the website is really from", thereby defaming websites with the mere suggestion - by scamadviser.com - that they MAY be from a non-English speaking country, such as China, or hosted in a different country other than that the owner resides in - even though outsourcing to such countries doesn't automatically make the site fraudulent.
Their customer service does not respond to anyone correcting their errors, and if you want to get a decent rating you'll need to
either "donate" to them, or fill in a form and hope they bother to contact you to obtain their alleged "FREE 'ScamAdviser Trust Seal' which they offer to validate that a website is safe for customers to do business with, falsely claiming that their "experts" confirm this, and that "Independent third party research proves that without a Trust Seal you are losing out on sales". They state that they'll contact those who want this Seal by email 3-5 days after anyone fills in the online form to 'get verified', but the Seal is NOT FREE.
Absolute joke of a website that misrepresents and defames many businesses. It will not allow you to respond to any negative feedback creating a one way street and allowing competitors to abuse the system to damage a brand and business further.
I have reported them to their host Rimuhosting. I highly advise anyone reading this to send an email to Rimuhosting to let them know about what these guys are about. If enough complaints reach the host then the host will take action. Just google Rimuhosting and their email is on their website.
Innacurate rating of websites; their customer care does not respond when you indicate errors. It appears to be a scam to get you to pay for them to give you an accurate rating
I would not take advise from scamadviser.com
Offers paid reviews for websites, not real ones. Any site bad or good could pay this one for a good review. It is not honest. Nico shows that it his bad in his review video (link below)
They will rate your website with very low ratings and then will want to sell their 'trust seal' to improve the ratings. The worst part is tit pops up on search engines like google, etc. and tend to spoil your business! It's like they force you to pay to improve ratings!