Payday Loan Sites use poor tactics to advance search traffic

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This act makes their position higher on Google search and these wrong tricks are giving access of online traffic to unregulated brokers which accounts for millions of pounds. These outcomes unveiled in the report prepared by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) on the statistics on unhealthy tricks in the market. Payday loan industry is a very response getting industry these times. Every month, tens of thousands potential consumers go for Google search to look for best payday loans. 

The website’s history and credibility ensures users that they have received the most appropriate websites through the search engine Google. The natural listing system of Google can be tricked. In an investigation the Sky News came to know that three payday websites were involved in pilfering the credibility of other websites to increase their place in Goggle search. The target victim sites were a music business, a graduate website, and even a church website. 

At the end of November, 2012, Sky News found that an established music licensing website Ricordi was named in several domains which got success in getting place on the front pages of Google as it got high rank for selling payday loans. Just a click on link diverted the user to a payday broker’s site. Are you looking for fast cash advance then you no need to worry about just apply for fast cash advance for instant cash help. Apply for text loans

Dr. Joseph Somerhalder, web analyst at Chillicow which is a search optimization firm said, "They hack into the website and optimize the site for payday loans. Then they hang around for the perfect time after they forward all the records and credibility of old website into the illegitimate business. This is upto some extent like stealing the identity online. They fetch the identity and history of the website and then place it somewhere else."

A spokesperson of Ricordi said that they recently noticed the unauthorized access to their website. Universal Music Group which owns the Ricordi, takes the protection of its site sincerely and it has implemented statistics to prevent a repetition of that type of incident. Sky News had words with the owners of another hijacked website which is UK graduate website Gradfunding. Dr Luke Blaxill, director of the website said that they are going to rewrite each code on website to deal up with the problem.

Allan Donner is the expert author of finance industry and he wrote many articles on mobile loans and mobile loans for more details visit – www.ttextloans.co.uk

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