What Is NanoMask.com (www.nano-mask.com) – Our ‘NanoMask’ Reviews / Real Customer Reviews.
You are welcome to our short NanoMask.com Review (www.nano-mask.com). It seems like every time sometimes goes terribly wrong in this world there springs up sites offering some kind of service in connection to it. The Australian Fires have been a classic example as fake sites spring up to take advantage of people. We are not saying that about Nano-Mask.com however. We are going to review them and then come to our conclusion.
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We start as per usual with the age of their domain. WHOIS.com is a site I recommend you bookmark to find the age of domain e-stores, founder name, contact info like a business address etc. It is free to use and it is absolute must in scam busting in my view.
And so we see that www nano-mask com was registered on the 2020-02-11, making them two days old (see date of this post), and done so for one year. One year is not a long time to set up a new business for the long term. Also considering the gravity of the purpose of their product and so this makes their sites registration time period a little bit suspect.
However, it is not a scam based on their registration period. But, it is considered to be suspicious by online security experts that have noticed a scam pattern of fake e-stores opening up for twelve or twenty four months and shutting down in no time.
In WHOIS.com they seem to be using a PO Box address and perhaps then they are using a privacy service provided by their hosting provider. This gives an extra layer of privacy but of course blocks us knowing where they are located.
In WHOIS once again though it says they are from Russia which is a hot spot for online scams, incidentally. But of course we can not say they are a scam site just based on their location nor are we saying that one bit.
We go to their site and we see three addresses and a few company names. They are Babíčkova 1123/6, Olomouc, Czech Republic, 779 00 for Teplo-Export s.r.o. 541 Jefferson Ave., Ste. 100Redwood City, CA 94063 for the company Scientificcoin Inc. Demakova, 23/ 5, 310, Novosibirsk, Russia, 630128 for Scientificcoin LLC.
You can just Google those addresses and if you can not find them, or you see in Google Maps they are not there, then you can deduce that perhaps they are not real.
For me their site looks very professional and scam sites do not look this way. Typically they are shoddy with grammatical errors galore.
Their sites email is firstname.lastname@example.org. In the search results for any info connected to this email we see other sites selling these masks to combat the corona virus.
What makes me very suspicious is that I heard on the news that the world is actually running out of these masks that would be fit for purpose combating the corona virus. And so that is something to consider.
For me personally, I am not going to call this one way or another. We all know there are people dying from this virus and so if I get the verdict wrong by saying scam, then clearly, I am could be putting others at risk.
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