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Trustscore
64%
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Risk Index
High Risk
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64 %
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coinr.ai has an average trust score. Why?

coinr.ai is probably legit as the trust score is reasonable.

Our Scamadviser algorithm reviewed coinr.ai with a score of [value]. The trust score is based on 40 different data points we collected. From if contact details are hidden, to other websites located on the same server, the reviews we found across the internet, etcetera.

While our rating of coinr.ai is medium to low risk, we encourage you to always do your on due diligence as the evaluation of the website was done automatically. Check the website manually as well. You can use our article How to recognize a scam website as a tool to guide you.

Facts about coinr.ai
Company data
Organisation
WhoisGuard Protected
Address
P.O. Box 0823-03411
City
Panama
Country
PA
E-mail
197d70b50ae34755bf731f9cc6da60cc.protect@whoisguard.com
Country Likelihood
Unknown: 89% / Panama: 6% / United States: 5%
Website data
Website
coinr.ai
Title
Page has moved
Website country
United States
Domain age
1 Years, 91 Days
Website Speed
Very Fast
Website value
$ 183.29
Server name
Target
dns1.namecheaphosting.com
IP
216.87.155.33
Country
US
Region
VA
City
Reston
Zipcode
20190

Target
dns2.namecheaphosting.com
IP
216.87.152.33
Country
US
Region
VA
City
Reston
Zipcode
20190

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