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Is the website Legitimate or a Scam?

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Is the website Legitimate or a Scam?

The website, with the name Direct Pay Business (DPB), is a very suspicious one and should not be trusted. This website claims that you can make multiple $9, $15, $30, $60, or even $800 dollars daily and their program and system are the easiest you will ever encounter on the Internet today. But, if it was so easy to make so much money, then we would all be very rich.

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The Website - Direct Pay Business (DPB)

The Website - Direct Pay Business (DPB)

The first thing I found strange about this alleged money making website is that it is registered for one year. Legitimate websites will always register their domain names for at least 3 years.

Domain registration information for
Registration Date: 12-Oct-2013
Expiration Date: 12-Oct-2014

Scammers usually register their fake 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.

Another issue with this website is that it doesn’t provide a secure connection for their sensitive web pages like the sign-in and registration pages.

Legitimate websites use a secure connection (SSL) to protect the sensitive information (username, email, and password) sent from your computer to their websites. But, this website doesn’t have that installed.

A website with a secure connection web address starts with “https://” instead of “http://”, which is unsecured. This website secure connection should look like this:

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