beta.companieshouse.gov.uk Reviews

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Trustscore
46%
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Risk Index
High Risk
Safe
46 %
Mediocre

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beta.companieshouse.gov.uk has a slightly low trust score. Why?

We checked beta.companieshouse.gov.uk and we are unsure if the website is legit.

The review of beta.companieshouse.gov.uk is somewhat low according to our computer algorithm. Scamadviser rates every website automatically by looking at where the server of the website is located, is an SSL certificate is used, who owns the domain name and other public and private sources.

As said, the rating of the website is somewhat low. It is therefor recommended to do your own vetting to determine if the website is trustworthy or fake. You can do this by reading our article How to recognize a scam website as with any computer program our trust score can only be seen as an indicator.

Positive highlights
This website is receiving a lot of traffic according to Alexa (5418)
On before Aug-1996 this website was registered

This website has been up for 23 Years, 296 Days

Negative highlights
This website is being iframed by another website

The domain name is generic and used by badly review websites

We did not find a SSL certificate (source: Xolphin)

2 countries are involved in the set-up

Facts about beta.companieshouse.gov.uk ( Refresh Data )

Company data
Country Likelihood
United States: 70% / United Kingdom: 30%
Website data
Website
beta.companieshouse.gov.uk
Description
Free company information from Companies House including registered office address, filing history, accounts, annual return, officers, charges, business activity
Website country
United Kingdom
Domain age
23 Years, 296 Days
Website Speed
Average
Tags
helpdesk, populair products, registration possible
Owner
Name
UK Cabinet Office
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IP
3.10.122.235
ISP
Amazon.com
City
London
Region
England
Zipcode
EC2V
Register
Register website
Website Speed
Average

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192.55.83.30
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