Thursday, May 9, 2019

Google stabs me on my back

  1.  bought from  and hosting from
  2. Google has warned in advance about this domain as 

1. What is phishing?

  1. Phishing is a particularly popular scam in which a party creates an official-looking web page that asks you to provide your username and password, or other personal information such as your Social Security number, bank account number, PIN number, credit card number, or mother's maiden name or birthday.

    In many cases, you'll receive a link to this phishing page via an email which claims to come from an official-looking (but probably forged) address. You can also end up at these pages by following links that you find on the web or in IM messages.

3. How does Google know a page is bogus?

  1. We use several techniques to determine whether a page is genuine, including the use of a blacklist containing pages that have been identified as suspicious and/or misleading based on automated detection or user reports. Our software also examines pages' content and structure in order to catch potentially misleading pages. Google Safe Browsing can't offer perfect protection, so you should always be on the lookout for indications that a site isn't what it appears to be. But Google Safe Browsing can help identify and protect you against many of the sites f you find a page that you believe is pretending to be another page in an attempt to steal users' information, please report it to us.
  2. designed to trick users
  3. If  this is the case no domains must be bought and no hostings should be done.
  4. Before buying a domain and hosting.Google must be contacted and get their approval and permission.All domain sellers and hosting providers make a note to take full  details  regarding the buyer of the domain and hosting and get the approval from Google so the buyers can avoid getting such negative impact on the innocent buyers who buy domains in all good faith.