Are www.perfectinter.net and perfectapp.perfectinter.net Legitimate or Scams
Mar 14, 2014
The websites "www.perfectinter.net" and "perfectapp.perfectinter.net", which go by the name "Perfect App" and formerly wazzub.com, currently are very suspicious, and I do not recommend that they be trusted. The first thing I found strange about these websites are that they are registered for one year. Legitimate and reputable websites will always register their domain names for at least 3 years and provide security to protect their users’ sensitive information.
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Domain Registration Information for perfectinter.net
Creation Date: 12-nov-2011
Updated Date: 11-nov-2013
Expiration Date: 12-nov-2014
The Websites www.perfectinter.net and perfectapp.perfectinter.net
Scammers or persons who are not confident in their businesses, usually register their website domain names for one year, which is the minimum registration period; because they know that sooner or later their fake websites will be discovered and taken down or their businesses will fail.
Another issue with the websites is that they don’t provide a secure connection for their sensitive web pages, like the sign-in and registration pages that collect your personal information.
Legitimate websites use a secure connection called SSL to protect sensitive information like your username, email, password and other information that are sent from your computer to their websites. But, these websites currently don’t have this type of security or protection installed.
A web page that is secured, website address starts with “https://” instead of the unsecured default “http://”.
So, based on the information collected for these websites, we do not recommend registering or signing up with them. If you have any information about these websites, please post it in the comment below. You may also want to view the comments (if there are any) made by other users below.
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