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10%
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Risk Index
High Risk
Safe
10 %
Very low
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The trust score of pick-caps.net is very low. Why?

The trust score of pick-caps.net is extremely low. This is a strong indicator that the website may be a scam.

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Positive highlights
The website has been active for 6 Years, 193 Days
Negative highlights
The website is using a computer also used by other websites
No reviews have been found on WOT (WebOfTrust).
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Facts about pick-caps.net
Company data
Organisation
PVH Corp.
Country
US
Country Likelihood
United States: 100%
Website data
Website
pick-caps.net
Redirecting from website
gbcinternetenforcement.net
Title
Calvin Klein Trademark Trust, Calvin Klein, Inc. and Warnaco Inc. v. The Partnerships and Unincorporated Associations Identified on Schedule “A”; Case No. 14-cv-2991 | Greer, Burns & Crain, Ltd.
Website country
United States
Domain age
6 Years, 193 Days
Website Speed
Very Fast
Owner
Name
Organisation
PVH Corp.
Telephone
Street
City
State/Province
NJ
Postalcode
Country
US
E-mail
Administrator
Name
Organisation
PVH Corp.
Telephone
Street
City
State/Province
NJ
Postalcode
Country
US
E-mail
Technical Contact
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Organisation
Telephone
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City
State/Province
NJ
Postalcode
Country
US
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Server name
Target
ns5.markmonitor.com
IP
162.88.61.17
Country
US
Region
NH
City
Manchester
Zipcode
03101

Target
ns2.markmonitor.com
IP
162.88.60.13
Country
US
Region
NH
City
Manchester
Zipcode
03101

Target
ns6.markmonitor.com
IP
162.88.60.17
Country
US
Region
NH
City
Manchester
Zipcode
03101

Target
ns1.markmonitor.com
IP
64.124.69.50
Country
US
Region
TX
City
Irving
Zipcode
75062

Target
ns3.markmonitor.com
IP
162.88.61.15
Country
US
Region
NH
City
Manchester
Zipcode
03101

Target
ns4.markmonitor.com
IP
162.88.60.15
Country
US
Region
NH
City
Manchester
Zipcode
03101

Target
ns7.markmonitor.com
IP
162.88.61.19
Country
US
Region
NH
City
Manchester
Zipcode
03101

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