Another one of the infinite array of slight variations on herbal dieting aids, much like the Acai pestilence of last year you'll soon be kept busy trying to cancel your recurring payments after the initial trial ends with all contact points for this company being painfully (and expensively) elusive as traditionally the way these places make money is to hide behind unresponsive email addresses and disconnected phone numbers to avoid stopping recurring payment schemes for their bogus products.
Well, it's obvious that my domain DOESN'T make phishing, neither recurrent payments.
I'm wondering the credibility of these comments, and if they are really protecting us.
But the point is my site now is flagged as dangerous and I'm losing customers very fast.
Of course I have contacted McAfee, but they haven't answer me.
Can somebody please suggest me how to proceed in order to check if my site is really practising phishing?
Is possible to notify McAfee that comments are completely mistaken?
Thank you all for your help, I'm really desesperate with this matter.