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Is this a phishing site for booking road test in Ontario?

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  • Dec 17th, 2020 8:27 pm
4 replies
Sr. Member
Dec 6, 2020
834 posts
The whois details look very phishy.

The domain has no contact details, which means under CIRA rules that it is registered to an individual, not a company. The nameservers have addresses, appear to be based in the UK, and are also used as namesevers for driver's test booking services targeted at other countries.

While this may be a legitimate business, there are too many red flags to give it the benefit of the doubt.
Last edited by middleofnowhere on Dec 17th, 2020 7:55 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Deal Addict
Jun 8, 2005
3120 posts
Looks like some sort of middleman service. From their TOS:

Our fee for all services is $49 payable at the time of booking. Our price includes extra services such as obtaining suitable dates for the customer, changing road test appointments and offering help and advice on what to bring to your test.
Jr. Member
Jan 24, 2017
120 posts
My son told me that all road test was not available in our living area due to COVID19 from the official ONTARIO site However, I did a google search and noted that this phishing site allows me to enter personal information and payment. When I check the contact information, it does not have phone number. So I realize that it must be a phishing site.