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1%
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Risk Index
High Risk
Safe
1 %
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The trust score of altered-states.net is very low. Why?

The trust score of altered-states.net is extremely low. This is a strong indicator that the website may be a scam.

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Positive highlights
Alexa is ranking this website high based on the traffic volume (894268)
The website has been active for 21 Years, 357 Days
Negative highlights
The website is using a computer also used by other websites
The technical email address seems to be invalid
No reviews have been found on WOT (WebOfTrust).
This website's setup relates to 2 countries
Facts about altered-states.net
Company data
Organisation
ALTERED STATES LTD
Owner
Boyes, Barry
Address
9 HORTON AVE
Postalcode
1026
City
AVONDALE
Country
NZ
Phone
+64.98289800
E-mail
altered@xtra.co.nz
Country Likelihood
New Zealand: 62% / United States: 38%
Website data
Website
altered-states.net
Website country
United States
Domain age
21 Years, 357 Days
Website Speed
Fast
Owner
Name
Boyes, Barry
Organisation
ALTERED STATES LTD
Telephone
+64.98289800
+64.98288327
Street
9 HORTON AVE
City
AVONDALE
State/Province
AUCKLAND
Postalcode
1026
Country
NZ
E-mail
altered@xtra.co.nz
Administrator
Name
Boyes, Barry
Organisation
ALTERED STATES LTD
Telephone
+64.98289800
+64.98288327
Street
9 HORTON AVE
City
AVONDALE
State/Province
AUCKLAND
Postalcode
1026
Country
NZ
E-mail
altered@xtra.co.nz
Technical Contact
Name
Administration, System Main
Organisation
Telephone
+1.5703432200
+1.5703439533
Street
PO Box 591
City
Scranton
State/Province
PA
Postalcode
18510
Country
US
E-mail
nic@burst.net
Server
IP
198.57.148.98
ISP
Unified Layer
City
Provo
Region
UT
Zipcode
84606
Register
Network Solutions, LLC
Register website
http://networksolutions.com
Website Speed
Fast

0 Other websites on this server

Server name
Target
ns6109.hostgator.com
IP
198.57.150.114
Country
US
Region
UT
City
Provo
Zipcode
84606

Target
ns6110.hostgator.com
IP
192.232.249.200
Country
US
Region
TX
City
Houston
Zipcode
77092

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