Check out our new Mobile App


  1. Изображение пользователя
    • Site-rater on Срд 29 Ноя 2017
    • 15:48:38

    Why is deep green? (Scorecard) currently has a deep green reputation with high confidence.
    Why is it rated so trustworthy, when it is well known the scams perpetrated through this service?
    They did once post a review request at but nobody answered it.

    Some sources regarding G2A scams:
    hxxps:// (Title: G2A Den of Thieves)

    The term "G2A" is banned on the Steam Discussions, as well as some other key resellers, to discourage promoting it. is listed on hpHosts as FSA at however it is not displaying in the scorecard, possibly due to either a WOT bug or the rating second-guessing the third party source.

    G2A offers a supposed consumer protection service, however it costs extra, is aggressively marketed to make it difficult to skip, and is difficult to cancel.


  1. Изображение пользователя
    • A440 on Срд 29 Ноя 2017
    • 16:27:07

    RE: Why is deep green?

    I had tagged this some time back as well.
    It is definitely untrustworthy due to the issues you have listed.

  2. Изображение пользователя
    • Myxt on Пнд 04 Дек 2017
    • 09:23:18

    RE: Why is deep green?

    Why is rated so trustworthy: because subdomain ratings prop it up.
    There have been, or may be, other subdomains, but these test as live. I have not reviewed them.
    Some reside on multiple IPs. Fields are delimited by comma+space.

    List of domains/hosts:,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

    Of 32 unique live domains, 5 are light-green (may rely on the root domain's trust score), the rest are dark green:

    List of domains/hosts: