Take a look at this page, as an example.
Does it seems legit to you? If so … go see a shrink.
I someone didn’t took his time to setup a properly organized website, he will not take his time to help you do something, except sell your email, take your money and tell you to shove it… somewhere.
If you don’t believe me, try it.
Let’s use the example above:
We strip the subdirectory from the address (/mml/) and we get… an apache installed page.
Than we go to the main website and we seek the company (http://www.empireoption.com/Company):
World Trade Center
Montevideo – Uruguay
Luis Bonavita 1294 office 1510
ZIP Code: 11300
Phone: (+598) 2626 2006
Well, email@example.com doesn’t sound too good when you’re on empireoption.com
But that’s another matter, the hoax page – the first one we looked sounds kinda’ the same with empireoption, “BINARY OPTIONS”, while hiding under the empireoption.com domain, it could drag down the company, witch could be legit (I don’t say it is or it isn’t).