If you have arrived at this web site as a result of an email purporting to be from this domain, please read on.
Unfortunately, scammers like to use 'nice' domains such as this one to attempt to add legitimacy to their emails. This technique is known as a Joe Job
A joe job is a spamming technique that sends out unsolicited e-mails using spoofed sender data. Early joe jobs aimed at tarnishing the reputation of the apparent sender or inducing the recipients to take action against them (see also e-mail spoofing), but they are now typically used by commercial spammers to conceal the true origin of their messages.
This domain is not the actual sender of the email you have received.
Please look at the headers in your email client, a sample is provide below
Look for the host that delivered the email to you, it'll be the Received line immediately upstream from your company or ISPs mail servers (whoever receives email from the internet on behalf of your own domain).
secure.info domain supports Sender Policy Framework - which means we announce the servers that will legitimately send you mail from secure.info
A look at the DNS TXT record for secure.info:
This record tells receiving mail servers, if they support SPF, that only mail from the hosts: