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Trustscore
20%
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Risk Index
High Risk
Safe
20 %
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Why does toyhut.co.za have a very low trust score?

toyhut.co.za 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 toyhut.co.za 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, 310 Days)
Negative highlights
The speed of this website appears to be slower than average
This website has not had any feedback on WebOfTrust (WOT).
This website's setup involves 3 countries
This website does not have many links to it
Facts about toyhut.co.za ( Refresh Data )
Company data
Organisation
Web Design Hosting
Owner
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Address
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Postalcode
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City
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Country
ZA
Phone
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Country Likelihood
south Africa: 73% / Canada: 18% / France: 9%
Website data
Website
toyhut.co.za
Title
Toy Hut Hilton Quarry Centre | Toys - Puzzles - Games - Books
Description
Toy Hut is conveniently situated at the Quarry Centre in Hilton, Toy Hut stocks educational toys, games, art and crafts, books and puzzles for boys & girls.
Website country
south Africa
Domain age
4 Years, 310 Days
Website Speed
Slow
Tags
shopping
Owner
Name
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Organisation
Web Design Hosting
Telephone
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Street
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City
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State/Province
KwaZulu-Natal
Postalcode
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Country
ZA
E-mail
Administrator
Name
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Organisation
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Telephone
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Street
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E-mail
Server name
Target
ns3.cpns.co.za
IP
149.56.97.89
Country
CA
Region
QC
City
Montr
Zipcode
H3A

Target
ns1.cpns.co.za
IP
169.239.219.120
Country
ZA
Region
06
City
Johannesburg
Zipcode
2192

Target
ns2.cpns.co.za
IP
169.239.216.120
Country
ZA
Region
06
City
Johannesburg
Zipcode
2192

Target
ns4.cpns.co.za
IP
164.132.100.141
Country
FR

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