Is Legit or a Scam?

Author: Adam Collins

February 20, 2024 is a website that offers lots of news, updates, and general information on the world of tech. It has consistently been among the most searched websites on Hence, we are doing this review to give you, our readers, all the information necessary to make an informed decision. Let’s get started, shall we?

What is all about?

When I visited, I was bombarded with lots of tech-related articles. They seem to cover a wide range of topics from software to cyber security. They seem to offer a whole lot of information on tech news & updates as well as insights from various tech industries.

When Registered?

Based on the data gathered from Whois LookUp and ScamAdviser, was registered in September 2022. It appears that they opted for a two-year registration, with their renewal date scheduled for September 2024.

The website seems to have been registered in the United States, where, as per my online findings, the administrators are located.

Customer Feedback

There is no customer feedback available on popular review websites such as Trustpilot and ScamAdviser. This does not necessarily mean that is a scam. The fact that the website does not sell products means there are minimal interactions between the website and its visitors, especially monetary-wise. 

Dummy Social Media Buttons

Interestingly, I found social media buttons on of popular social media platforms including Facebook, X(formerly Twitter), Instagram, and Pinterest. However, these were just buttons and only led to other pages within the website.

Why would a seemingly legitimate business incorporate dummy social media buttons? Upon searching for the same name on Facebook, no results were found. It's likely that they lack a social media presence and are merely including the buttons to create the illusion of an active website with an emerging social media following.

Bottom Line: Is a Scam?

In general, there is a high chance that may not be a scam. They seem to be offering tech-related information. The website was registered almost over 2 years ago and though there was no feedback, this is common with informative websites. I could not find any characteristics that overlap with what we see with scam websites

However, it is still prudent to exercise caution and do your due diligence when interacting with 

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