The website is a bogus Web page that is not hosting any engaging content that is worthwhile. There are many websites that claim to host interesting content only to disappoint their visitors as soon as they open the page. Many of these fake sites take part in the so-called ‘Click Allow to Continue’ tactic.

The website most likely claims that the visitor needs to complete a CAPTCHA test to be granted access to the page’s content. However, the CAPTCHA prompt that is spawned as soon as you launch the site is fake. Users will be pressured to click on the ‘Allow’ button to prove that they are not robots. However, since this is not a real CAPTCHA prompt, clicking on the ‘Allow’ button will only grant the site permission to send you push-notifications via your Web browser. The site is likely going to begin bombarding you with advertisements via your Web browser’s notifications immediately. Shady pages, like the website, often work with dodgy advertisement networks that tend to promote unsafe or fake products and services. It is advisable to ignore the ads affiliated with this shady website.

Since the site has likely flooded you with unwanted advertisements you are likely looking for a way to put an end to the constant ad-spam. You can stop the site from sending you push-notifications by revoking all the permissions you have granted it via your Web browser’s settings.