Suspicious Website - www.moneyorderweb.com
Mar 4, 2015
Jul 29, 2014
The website 'www.moneyorderweb.com', which claims it provides bitcoin, e-currency and debit card services, is very suspicious. Currently, I do not recommend doing any business with the website, because you may risk your personal information, financial information and money being stolen. What makes this website suspicious is that it does not provide a secure connection from your computer to their website when you are sending your personal and other sensitive information.
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For a website that deals with financial services like e-currency, debt card, bitcoin, it must use a secure channel or connection called SSL.
The Website: www.moneyorderweb.com
The website accepts personal and sensitive information, but the connection between the user's computer and their website is not secure. A website that uses a secure connection, web address starts with https://, instead of http://.
Every website that does financial transactions must have what we call a SSL connection, which secures your personal, financial and other sensitive information, by encrypting it before it is sent from your computer and then decrypting it on the server or website. This is what prevents someone from viewing your information when it is sent across the internet.
When I tried connecting securely to their website, using the secure connection address: https://www.moneyorderweb.com, I got a SSL connection error or was warned by my web browser that the website is not secured . This means that website does not have or accept a secure connection.
Again, I do not recommend doing any business on the website www.moneyorderweb.com at this time.
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