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Trustscore
10%
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Risk Index
High Risk
Safe
10 %
Very low
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The trust score of flynike.co is very low. Why?

The trust score of flynike.co is extremely low. This is a strong indicator that the website may be a scam.

We rated flynike.co using a computer program. The algorithm has scanned the website looking at the source code being used, terms and conditions, registry, location of the company and if the website has received many positive or negative reviews. Scamadviser uses all this information to create a trust score.

Based on our analysis we gave this website a very low score. If a website receives a very low review from us, we really recommend you to double check if the site is not an online scam but really safe to use. Please read our article How to recognise a scam website before you proceed.

Facts about flynike.co
Company data
Owner
XIAO XIE
Country Likelihood
United States: 69% / China: 31%
Website data
Website
flynike.co
Title
Home - domain expired
Website country
United States
Domain age
6 Years, 106 Days
Website Speed
Very Fast
Server name
Target
r1.Amazonaws.com.
IP
205.251.192.27
Country
US
Region
WA
City
Seattle
Zipcode
98101

Target
u2.Amazonaws.com.
IP
156.154.65.10
Country
US
Region
VA
City
Ashburn
Zipcode
20148

Target
r2.Amazonaws.com.
IP
205.251.195.199
Country
US
Region
WA
City
Seattle
Zipcode
98101

Target
u1.Amazonaws.com.
IP
156.154.64.10
Country
US
Region
VA
City
Ashburn
Zipcode
20148

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