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bux.solutions has a very low trust score. Why?

We scanned bux.solutions for several indicators and we think the website may be a scam. Exercise extreme caution when using this website.

Scamadviser reviews each website automatically for 40 different elements like who owns the website, are the contact details hidden, where is the website hosted, what is the technology being used, and much, much more. Based on all the information gathered, we create a trust score.

bux.solutions has a very low trust score according to our algorithm. However, computers may be wrong. The website has a strong indicator of being a scam but might be safe to use. We recommend you check the website using our check list or by contacting the company directly.

Positive highlights
Negative highlights
The website's owner is hiding his identity using a paid service
This website does not have many visitors (classificação de Alexa 6915046)
We were unable to find reviews for this website on WebOfTrust (WOT).
We did not find a SSL certificate
The website has been set-up 334 Days days ago
The website has been claimed for 366 days (which is short)
2 countries are involved in the set-up
Facts about bux.solutions ( Refresh Data )
Company data
Organisation
WhoisGuard, Inc.
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Country
PA
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Country Likelihood
Unknown: 95% / United States: 5%
Website data
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bux.solutions
Website country
United States
Domain age
334 Days
Website Speed
Very Fast
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WhoisGuard, Inc.
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Panama
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PA
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Server name
Target
dns1.registrar-servers.com
IP
156.154.132.200
Country
US

Target
dns2.registrar-servers.com
IP
156.154.133.200
Country
US

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