Amazon and Google seem to be open to hosting criminal scammers far more so than in the past. Not just the usual hit-n-run types, but highly integrated networks of SMS spammers, clickthrough trackers, aggregation analyzers, disposable hosts, and credit card recorders. They've both received nearly three digits of complaints against the core components at domain-safety.com, www.scite.site, cotrcker.org, create.leadid.com, and we-buy-homes4cash.com. After that it quickly branches into a seemingly infinite network of bot-generated fake web sites claiming to offer professional services, gift cards, performance enhancing drugs, and amazing gadgets in exchange for personal information and credit cards. Crims aren't even hiding behind Cloudflare anymore.
If you think counterfeit products and storefronts on Amazon marketplace are bad, wait until you've experienced their AWS customers. Any corporate acquisition that seems to offer Amazon no value but access to extremely sensitive personal data should be considered dangerous.
BTW, some trackers in the network are totally open to harvesting. Change the phone number in the URL parameter and away you go.