If you’re about to give any sensitive information to a website, you should learn how to tell if a site is legitimate. Here are some simple tips to help you do just that. A website should have a contact phone number and not be vague about it. Moreover, it should be easy to find the phone number by calling the company. If the telephone number isn’t working, it’s probably a scam.

A legitimate website will have a contact page where you can send them a message. You can also call them or email them to get further information. You can check this by scrolling down the page until you see a link to the “Contact Us” page. If you can’t find a contact form, the site is most likely a scam. If there’s no contact form, it’s best to move on.

Social media presence is another indicator that the website is legitimate. Many fake websites have fake social media icons, but no real accounts. You can also look for reviews about the company on Facebook or on LinkedIn. However, if the company doesn’t have any social media accounts, there’s a high probability that it’s a fake. Lastly, a legitimate website will have secure features and contact information. There should also be a way to exercise policies if there’s a problem with a website.