is ivyhillfarm.ca legit or a scam?

This website has been identified by REACT for the violation of intellectual property rights
Trustscore
10%
Leave your vote
Risk Index
High Risk
Safe
10 %
Very low

Share your opinion

Please help us improve our data....

Our trust score is created on the fly using 40 different data points to review a website. As no computer algorithm is perfect, please help us improve our data by leaving a review, adding a vote or sharing your experiences...

ADD YOUR VOTE!
DISCUSS THE SITE

Why does ivyhillfarm.ca have a very low trust score?

ivyhillfarm.ca has a very low trust score which indicates that there is a strong likelyhood the website is a scam. Be very careful when using this website!

When our algorithm automatically reviewed ivyhillfarm.ca we looked at many factors, such as the ownership details, location, popularity and other factors relating to reviews, fake products, threats and phishing. A trust score is created using all the collected data.

Although the website seems to have a very low rating, be aware that our algorithm is not perfect. It may not be a scam but a legit and safe site. It is therefore always wise to do your own research as well.

Positive highlights
A SSL certificate has been found

This website has existed for quite a while (4 Years, 182 Days)

We detected cookie consent
Negative highlights
This website has not had any feedback on WebOfTrust (WOT).
Facts about ivyhillfarm.ca ( Refresh Data )
Company data
Organisation
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Owner
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Address
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Postalcode
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
City
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Phone
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Country Likelihood
United States: 100%
Website data
Website
ivyhillfarm.ca
Description
Canada Goose, known particularly for its outerwear, has opened its largest store in Canada to date in downtown Montreal amidst a mass of protesters.
Website country
United States
Domain age
4 Years, 182 Days
Website Speed
Very Fast
Owner
Name
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Organisation
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Telephone
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Street
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
City
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
State/Province
SK,REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Postalcode
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Country
E-mail
Administrator
Name
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Organisation
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Telephone
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Street
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
City
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
State/Province
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Postalcode
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Country
E-mail
Technical Contact
Name
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Organisation
Telephone
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Street
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
City
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
State/Province
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY,REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Postalcode
REDACTED FOR PRIVACY
Country
E-mail
Server name
Target
rafe.ns.cloudflare.com
IP
173.245.58.216
Country
US
Region
New Jersey
City
West Orange
Zipcode
07052

Target
phil.ns.cloudflare.com
IP
173.245.59.137
Country
US
Region
New Jersey
City
West Orange
Zipcode
07052

About this report

The review report of ivyhillfarm.ca has been requested 37 times.

This ivyhillfarm.ca review report was last updated on 12-01-2020. If you like to update the figures, use the "Refresh data" link below.

Is this your website?

If you own this website you can update your company data and manage your reviews for free.

 
X

Leave your vote

Do you think this site is:

Help & Info

Latest Blogs

Common Sense: Too good to be true When looking for goods online, a great deal is an obvious reason to pick an online shop. A Gucci bag for €24.99 or a new iPhone for € 399? Who wouldn’t want to grab such a deal! But scammers also know this and will try to take advantage of this fact. When looking at a website if a deal looks too good to be true, think twice and double check

1. Take a breath and relax! Do not act directly. The first step should be to try and calm down! It can seem like everything has to be fixed as soon as possible, but sometimes taking a breath can help put things in perspective. It may help to talk to family or friends. Nearly everybody gets scammed at least once in his live. It is not something to be ashamed off. Scammers have become