About Defiant6
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2,801 followers Joined January 2014
Well, let's see. I live in Kansas and currently work full time at a bank and I currently like the position that I work there.

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I'm really concerned about this. I go to log in to the WP area to build out my new website called bcryptosafe.com and I get a warning message saying I'm going to a potentially

Carson has you covered, and I hope it was resolved :)

Hi Brian,

This happens from time to time when new sites are built. The Google algorithms that flag websites as "dangerous" are very sensitive and there are a lot of false positives, and that is why they are VERY quick to remove the warning.

We can submit a removal request for you if you reach out to SiteSupport and that warning will go away quickly once the request for removal has been made.

Your site is just a shell as you mentioned, and there is nothing to warrant it to be flagged. It's a mistake by Google and the warning will be removed promptly.

Carson

Thank you Carson! That's a big relief! I will reach out to site support!

You're most welcome Brian - let me know if the issue persists, but it's usually fast to have the warning removed when it's a false positive.

Hi There,

My name is Tom. I have noticed that many of the emails that are directed to my Spam Folder have an email address that contains random characters.

Your devise is probably doing the same thing. You may want to consider changing your site's name to something that is more grammatically correct like, www.fredsmith.com.

There are many bad actors out there and most computer and popular phone software is designed to segregate spam from credible emails.

I sincerely hope this information helps you, My Friend!

Tom

Can't change domain name to becryptosafe.com as that was already taken and had to settle for the letter b instead. Carson said it actually has to do with my website just being a shell right now and once I start building it out, that warning message will go away

Carson may be right, but if you don't consider the spelling of your site's domain name, you will most likely encounter problems in the future.

Just because you are here at Wealthy Affiliate doesn't mean that everything that you are told is accurate.

Research and logic are the most important things that you should incorporate into your site.

Hackers generally use confusing domain names and your current domain name looks like something a hacker would use.

I am not trying to usurp Carson or WA, but I would put your domain into my Spam folder and then block it.

God Bless and Good Luck!

Tom

The thing is though, once Google recognizes my website is legitimate when it's built out with regular, quality content, that will go away. You might put it in your spam folder, but once it's seen as a trusted site, others may not. Also, you cannot change a domain name once it's set.

My official website name is Be Crypto Safe, but as I said previously, I could not register it as becryptosafe.com because it is already taken so I had to do the alternative. There are numerous sites out there that had to settle for alternatives instead of proper spelling that worked out just fine.

Domain names with the word crypto in it are VERY popular and it was extremely tough to find a domain name with crypto in it that would fit for what I plan on doing with my website and this is as close as I was going to get to it because so many of them are already registered.

Trust me, I have very big plans for this website that are not just going to be on the search engines and email marketing. I'm going to be making major videos with links to my site through YouTube and they are very strict on making sure those links to other websites are legitimate, plust it's going to be tied into my other website which is well established and trusted.

Hi - many people have reported the same with new sites.

Site Support can resolve this for you.

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Created a new website here at wa. why am I getting a warning it's a phishing site?

Created a new website here at wa. why am I getting a warning it's a phishing site?

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I'm really concerned about this. I go to log in to the WP area to build out my new website called bcryptosafe.com and I get a warning message saying I'm going to a potentially

Carson has you covered, and I hope it was resolved :)

Hi Brian,

This happens from time to time when new sites are built. The Google algorithms that flag websites as "dangerous" are very sensitive and there are a lot of false positives, and that is why they are VERY quick to remove the warning.

We can submit a removal request for you if you reach out to SiteSupport and that warning will go away quickly once the request for removal has been made.

Your site is just a shell as you mentioned, and there is nothing to warrant it to be flagged. It's a mistake by Google and the warning will be removed promptly.

Carson

Thank you Carson! That's a big relief! I will reach out to site support!

You're most welcome Brian - let me know if the issue persists, but it's usually fast to have the warning removed when it's a false positive.

Hi There,

My name is Tom. I have noticed that many of the emails that are directed to my Spam Folder have an email address that contains random characters.

Your devise is probably doing the same thing. You may want to consider changing your site's name to something that is more grammatically correct like, www.fredsmith.com.

There are many bad actors out there and most computer and popular phone software is designed to segregate spam from credible emails.

I sincerely hope this information helps you, My Friend!

Tom

Can't change domain name to becryptosafe.com as that was already taken and had to settle for the letter b instead. Carson said it actually has to do with my website just being a shell right now and once I start building it out, that warning message will go away

Carson may be right, but if you don't consider the spelling of your site's domain name, you will most likely encounter problems in the future.

Just because you are here at Wealthy Affiliate doesn't mean that everything that you are told is accurate.

Research and logic are the most important things that you should incorporate into your site.

Hackers generally use confusing domain names and your current domain name looks like something a hacker would use.

I am not trying to usurp Carson or WA, but I would put your domain into my Spam folder and then block it.

God Bless and Good Luck!

Tom

The thing is though, once Google recognizes my website is legitimate when it's built out with regular, quality content, that will go away. You might put it in your spam folder, but once it's seen as a trusted site, others may not. Also, you cannot change a domain name once it's set.

My official website name is Be Crypto Safe, but as I said previously, I could not register it as becryptosafe.com because it is already taken so I had to do the alternative. There are numerous sites out there that had to settle for alternatives instead of proper spelling that worked out just fine.

Domain names with the word crypto in it are VERY popular and it was extremely tough to find a domain name with crypto in it that would fit for what I plan on doing with my website and this is as close as I was going to get to it because so many of them are already registered.

Trust me, I have very big plans for this website that are not just going to be on the search engines and email marketing. I'm going to be making major videos with links to my site through YouTube and they are very strict on making sure those links to other websites are legitimate, plust it's going to be tied into my other website which is well established and trusted.

Hi - many people have reported the same with new sites.

Site Support can resolve this for you.

See more comments

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