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How can I remove 17 years old (not mine) website?

Labeled as question in General Domain Discussion started by mayazir, Sep 13, 2018.

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  1. mayazir

    mayazir VirtualNameMarket.com VIP

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    I sell ad space on my website and I just paid attention somebody checked my website on f*cking scam advisor dot com
    These sons of *** insist in thier f*cking website that "This Site Involves A High Risk Country".
    My host is in Bulgary but the hoster is germany I think, anyway I am there more than 10 years and I dont want to change the hoster.
    But thier own f*cking website is 100% trustful due thier f*cking website inform.
    They made bad reputation to my website and to a lot of other websites.
    How and where could I email to demand them?
     
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  2. MarketingStrategies.com

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    Bulgary is a super sketchy country. Doesn't exist.
     
  3. mayazir

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  6. mayazir

    mayazir VirtualNameMarket.com VIP

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    who cares how to write bulgaira?
    i want to remove this f*cking website.
     
  7. Jonathan MacDermid

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    What is your website you are referring to?

    Instead of looking to take the site down, have you actually emailed them or contacted them in some way?
    Possibly they can amend their site once they speak with you and are happy that it is a genuine and secure site.

    Also if they make any verifiably false statements, you could threaten legal action. However Hungary being a "High Risk Country" is not a false statement. Eastern Europe does have a high percentage of online scam sites in comparison to other areas. This does not mean all Hungarian sites are bad but it is a valid fact when considering risk factors.
     
  8. mayazir

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    my hoster emailed them yesterday, still no answer.
    My website is MexicanRoutes.com and I also have some more like ExpressDigest.com, DailyBitcoinNews.com etc
    I sell there ad space and sponsered posts so scam/adviser/com makes me bad reputation
     
  9. mayazir

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    It is not Hungary, it is Bulgaria.
    My host is AwardSpace.com and they just have servers in Bulgaria.
    I use awardspace hosts from 2007 and dont want to change my hoster
     
  10. Jonathan MacDermid

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    Sorry. No idea why Hungary popped into my head. However it is the same with Bulgaria. Most of Eastern Europe is a higher risk area for online scams etc. This does not mean you need to move your host though.

    Make contact with the website and advise them you are a reputable site and that their page may be affecting your business.
     
  11. mayazir

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    High risk area?
    Awardspace existes already 15 years and 11 years I hosted there my websites and everything with excellent support help and advices. So why I have to change them?
    The company itself seams to be located in Germany, and from the beggining they had just Germany and UK phones.
    They just have servers in Bulgaria. Where is high risk? In german based hoster?
    The hoster already emailed them but still no answer
     
  12. Jonathan MacDermid

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    You miss the point I am making. When running an IP check on the website they will see the location as Bulgaria as that is where the site is hosted from. No matter the host provider is in Germany, the servers which hold the website data are in Bulgaria. Therefore their statement is true.

    Hopefully your hosting provider will get a response from the site and everything will be cleared up.

    Any chance you can advise us of the page relating to your website so we can see what else they say about the site as that may change what else you can do in order to get the page changed.
     
  13. mayazir

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    MexicanRoutes.com
    ExpressDigest.com
    DailyBitcoinNews.com
     
  14. mayazir

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  15. Jonathan MacDermid

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    Doesn't look that bad to me. Purely automated site and I don;'t believe it will harm your site that much if at all.

    Also by looking at your site, it is a news site and there is no way for a customer to interact with it in a capacity that would open them up to any harm. They cannot buy from you or download items from you. People are unlikely to use a scam checking website for a simple news site where they will not be carrying out any transactions.

    I actually would not worry about this at all. You have got your host in contact with them and that is about all I think you should do.

    The site does not say your site it unsafe, it mentions caution but the only reason for that is the location which most people will not care about anyway.
     
  16. mayazir

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    I sell ad space on MexicanRoutes and a few days ago somebody checked my site on scamadviser.
    You understand this scam/advider is pure sh*t, but too much people believe in all they read in internet.
     
  17. CarlosN

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    You can use Cloudflare DNS and keep your current hosting provider.
     
  18. creataweb

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    Yes this is what I do. However, that scam site shows the site as sketchy for using CF DNS lol.

    Can't win either way.
     

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