The website has only one goal – to trick you into allowing it to display Web browser notifications. It is likely that the page would mislead users into permitting Web browser push-notifications by claiming to host engaging content that can only be viewed if the user complies with the site’s demands.

The user will be demanded to click on the ‘Allow’ button that the website presents them with. However, clicking this button will not unlock any interesting content. Instead, it will allow the dodgy site to send the users push-notifications via their Web browser. Funny enough, the website does not host any quality content whatsoever – there is nothing to be viewed on it despite all its claims. Once the site gets permission to display Web browser notifications, it will begin spamming the user with advertisements. The products and services advertised by the website are often dodgy or overly expensive. It is advisable to ignore any advertisements affiliated with the shady page fully. Unfortunately, it is likely that the site will continue spamming you even if you have closed your Web browser.

It is best to revoke the permissions you may have granted the site immediately by using your Web browser settings.

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