Originally Posted by VT Trail Trotters
I used for many times 000Webhost.com for the web hosting and for the domain, I use to use Co.cc but Google don't show those in the search results anymore, I now use .TK urls.
The co.cc domains have a lot of spambots and fake antivirus programs (that load themselves on your computer and then extort a ransom from you in exchange for not erasing all your data) amongst them. The Google delisting affected 11 million websites that were engaged in those practices. I rather suspect that many operators of nefarious co.cc sites have migrated to top-level domains like the .tk that you use.
If I see odd and obscure top-level domains in a link, my first assumption is that it might be a malware-injector site even if it was originally launched as a legitimate business (websites like that can be and frequently are pirated). Odds are good that I won't click that link.
It really is a case of getting what you pay for. Going with a reputable company and a proper .com (or a .co.uk if you're in the UK, .com.au in Australia, and so on) is always
worth it in the long run.