Take down
fake websites

Red Point’s domain takedown service automatically finds and removes spoofing sites that take advantage of your brand

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Why scammers create fake websites?

Scammers can steal your content and upload it under a fake domain in a matter of minutes for several purposes:

Divert Traffic

Creating ads under the genuine brand name and stealing traffic

Sell Counterfeits

Using look-alike sites that mimic your official website

Commit Fraud

Creating phishing sites to steal users’ personal and financial information

How our website takedown solution can keep your brand safe

Red Points’ domain takedown solution scans search engines and domain databases to automatically detect and report fake websites in 3 main steps:


Detect fake websites on:

  • Social media
  • Search engines
  • Domain databases


Report domain takedown right away:

  • Domain registrant
  • CMS platform
  • Server hosting


Stop repeat infringers:

  • Uncover scammer’s identity
  • Leverage data and take legal actions

Types of phishing sites

Fake websites attempt to pass themselves as the legitimate channel of one or more brands. They appear in several formats, the most common are:


Selling counterfeit products from various brands illegitimately


Selling your brand and mimicking your
official site

How fake and phishing websites impact your business

When someone copies your official website, they put at risk:


  • Increasing complaints
  • Shrinking your value
  • Reducing loyalty


  • Buying low-quality products
  • Sharing sensitive information
  • Becoming fraud and phishing victims


  • Reducing traffic
  • Diverting investment
  • Decreasing revenue

How KEEN stopped thousands of fake websites with Red Points

Red Points in numbers


enforcement success rate on fake websites removal

1-7 days

average domain
takedown time

1,200+ clients

from all industries


What is a domain takedown?

Domain takedown refers to the process of removing infringing domains from the Internet. When dealing with domain takedown manually and on an individual basis, this process can be extremely time-consuming, especially since scammers often use a range of techniques to evade enforcement efforts. Red Points’ domain takedown services scan domain databases to automatically detect and report fake domains before they hurt your brand.

How do I get rid of a fake domain?

Red Points’ domain takedown service can automatically get rid of fake domains by detecting, removing, and identifying domain portfolio gaps. Using our technology, you can detect incidents at scale on multiple platforms and report them immediately. 

The detection process is carried out by bot-powered searches. These bots constantly crawl all sites, so that the platform works 24/7 and reflects up-to-date infringement data. 

Once detected, infringements can be automatically validated as brand impersonation infringements based on automation rules or presented to the user in a visual format for confirmation. The validation process has been designed to be as efficient as possible, without losing accuracy.

Can a registrar take down a website?

Many registrars offer domain protection which prohibits the transfer, change, or deletion of your domain unless the registered owner explicitly grants permission by submitting a form. This prevents domain loss caused by malicious intent and is secured by identity proof or organizational vetting.

Depending on the registrar, there are different levels of protection available. They can range from hiding your contact information, installing a proxy email that filters other email requests, protection against hacking, or constant security monitoring against threats.

How do I report a malicious domain?

Red Points offers a comprehensive solution for reporting and removing malicious domains using bots, self-improving detection through machine learning, and automatic enforcements to significantly streamline the process of reporting and taking down fake and phishing domains.

How do I report a phishing domain?

A phishing domain usually has the name and appearance of an original website. These domains are created to duplicate legitimate businesses and trick customers into believing they are visiting the official website. The goal is to persuade unsuspecting customers to share their personal or financial details. Scammers may also want to sell counterfeit products through phishing domains. 

Phishing domains can also lead to data breaches and ransomware attacks, all of which can damage brand reputation and lead to loss of revenue. You can choose to report the phishing websites directly to Google, but that would only remove the websites from Google Search Results.

To remove the phishing websites from the whole Internet, you can adopt Red Points’ phishing takedown services which can automatically find and remove phishing sites that are trying to copy your brand. 

How do I find a phishing website?

Hackers are getting better and better at developing phishing websites that are hard to detect. These websites can successfully steal personal information of unsuspecting users. But that doesn’t mean you can’t find and take down phishing websites.

Here are some ways you can find phishing websites online in order to take them down.

  • Monitor your brand name online to look for any suspicious pages or websites that might be posing as your brand
  • Look for variations of your brand name in case scammers have resorted to typosquatting in order to avoid being detected
  • Ask your customers to report any suspicious links to you and inform them that your products are only available through authorized sellers 
  • Scan through incoming links coming to your website as sometimes phishing websites link to some of the pages of the original website in order to appear as genuine

The easiest way to find and remove phishing websites is by using one of the phishing site takedown services like Red Points which can automatically detect phishing domains and shut them down.

What are anti phishing techniques?

Anti-phishing techniques include countermeasures to help improve the overall business security and resist phishing attacks. 

Some of the basic anti-phishing techniques can include:

Secured website: You can adopt HTTPS instead of HTTP for an added security layer. 

Secured login: Further, you can also incorporate two-way authentication for everyone where users are required to enter their password and a code sent to their phones. This in turn prevents attackers from getting access to your website even when they find a legitimate login credential. 

Software updates: You should always keep your website as well as your company laptops updated with the latest firewalls to prevent phishing attacks and email spam

Fight against phishing threats: You can use a phishing takedown service like Red Points to shut down phishing websites as soon as they go live and mitigate any damage to your brand.

What is website phishing?

Website phishing is a type of fraud where a scammer replicates a reputable business or person to trick users into thinking they are on the original website. Phishing websites usually copy the same website layout and content as the original to confuse people. 

The goal of phishing can be to gain access to login details, and credit card information, or cause data breaches. Scammers may also be looking for a way to sell counterfeit products while making customers believe they are buying the original thing.

Scammers can also use techniques like blackhat SEO and aggressive advertising campaigns to get more users on their fake websites.

Can you take down typosquatting sites?

Infringers use typosquatting to register a domain in the name of an existing brand or a slightly altered version of a registered domain with malicious intents. 

Red Points’ Domain Takedown service allows you to detect and remove typosquatting sites to protect your customers and reputation.

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