Caution: potentially malicious links created by third parties.
This is a link-shortening service that can be used by anyone, including criminals who may favor it due to lack of monitoring. It offers a simple abuse reporting feature and it halts bad links promptly when reported; but it should make a lot more effort to self-monitor.
Always use a link-expansion service - such as getlinkinfo.com or wheregoes.com - to verify the final landing page *before* you click any short-link created at any such service.
This site is just what it says "URL shortened." It is a good site but people can use it to spam you. It is a good site if you use it right. If a random person gives you a link that you do not know then do not click on it. But if say your friend gives you a shortened link it will be fine. If you use this site right it is a good site.
It's a website that does exactly what is says. It's a URL shortener. If anyone wants to scam others with it, you can always click "Report Abuse" on their homepage. This is as good a URL shortener as any other like "goo.gl" or "bit.ly" or even "adf.ly"
This is a URL shortening site, just like bit.ly, ow.ly, tinyurl.com, goo.gl, t.co or many others.
The trustworthiness of the sites that it redirects to depends on THOSE sites.
The trustworthiness of THIS site is a different matter. This site works perfectly. Many reviews on WOT are confusing the sites that are linked to with this site itself.