The website is an empty page that lures visitors by promising them exciting and engaging content. However, this is certainly not the case because there is no content hosted on this fake website. 

The page takes part in the so-called 'Click Allow to Continue' online tactic. Countless conmen online utilize this scam. Users who launch the page will see a fake CAPTCHA prompt as the site will ask them to confirm that they are not a robot by clicking on the 'Allow' button on their screen. However, clicking this button does not serve to prove you are not a robot, but it allows the page to send you notifications via your Web browser. Many legitimate Web pages ask their users to permit them to send Web browser push-notifications. However, genuine websites do not abuse this privilege and make sure they do not irritate their users. The website, on the other hand, has no such concerns and will not hesitate to pest you with unwanted advertisements via your Web browser's push-notifications. Closing your Web browser will not help either – this dodgy page will continue the advertisement spam regardless. The page may push low-quality products and bogus services on its visitors. Malware analysts advise users against interacting with the advertisements affiliated with the fake page.

If you have permitted the site to send you Web browser push-notifications, it is best to revoke the permissions sooner rather than later. This can be done easily via your Web browser's configurations.