Profitedsurvey.site

Profitedsurvey.site Description

Type: Adware

Users who land on Profitedsurvey.site will be exposed to various untrustworthy and deceptive content. The exact behavior of the deceptive site is determined by the user's geolocation. The site ascertained this factor by scanning all incoming IP addresses. Afterward, it can show dubious advertisements, run a popular browser-based tactic involving tricking users into subscribing to its push notification services or cause unwanted redirects to other, equally as shady websites.

The site has been observed using clickbait messages that promise users to show them the secret of earning millions entirely online. However, users will first need to take a dubious test pushed by the site. The whole scheme could be part of a phishing tactic that tries to obtain private information from the users.

The page also may try to convince its visitors to click the displayed 'Allow' button. Instead of revealing properly that clicking the button will subscribe the user to the push notifications of the page, Profitedsurvey.site could show various misleading messages. They may create the impression that the site is performing a CAPTCHA check or other similarly fake actions.

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