Take these seven simple steps to test whether a website is legitimate or not.
A lot of fraudulent websites will use a domain name that references a well-known brand or product name. For example, website domains such as raise alarm bells.
If you’ve been on the deepweb, you have probably heard of the Hidden Wiki.
You may think of the site as reliable and a good place to access darkweb links to trusted vendors – but you have to know that the real scams are in sites like the Hidden Wiki.
The site was founded in late 2011 with its promise to provide links to Deep Web websites.
In August 2013, the site was switched to being hosted on Freedom Hosting.
Where consent is provided, the ACCC provides Scamwatch reports to certain companies, to assist their scam prevention efforts.
Fraudsters are extremely cunning and good at creating convincing websites.If prices seem too good to be true then, sadly, they probably are.Scam websites use low prices to lure bargain-hungry shoppers to quickly sell fake, counterfeit or non-existent items.Back to the subject of the links which The Hidden Wiki shows.People have paid the Wiki’s administrators thousands of dollars to put their website in its directory.The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) is the central agency in Canada that collects information and criminal intelligence on such matters as mass marketing fraud (e.g., telemarketing), advance fee fraud (e.g., West African letters), Internet fraud and identification theft complaints.