CallingID for the Internet lets you see the owner of the site you are accessing, where it is located and whether it is safe for sending personal information
CallingID's unique use of 52 different verification tests to evaluate web sites provides the highest level of protection. When any of these tests fail, the user is urged to rethink his/her intention to submit personal information, username, password and credit card number, or to place an order from that site. It summarizes the results of the tests in a simple indication to help the user decide whether to proceed.
Indicates that exposing private or confidential information to this site is very risky and may be misused by the site owner. Such risk is a result of a pattern usually utilized by scammers. It may be, for example, masking site owner's identity; using a pirate server in a legitimate site or using a known phishing site.
Reveals that the site has a problem. The user should be aware of the problem and decide whether to take the risk of sending data to such a site. Low risk sites are sites whose owner was not identified as an organization conducting business, sites that were not registered correctly, etc.
Signals that it is safe to submit information and make purchases at these sites. The site was identified as an organization conducting business located at a real address and passed all 52 verification tests.
CallingID provides you with added value beyond the protection - whenever you visit a site you automatically see who owns it, and where its owner is located. This information is particularly useful when visiting new sites and deciding if they are real businesses and whether to trust the provided information.