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Thank you for bringing this situation to my attention. The email you received from Mike Webster of Hilkom Digital SEO Experts offering a free toxic links clean-up service seems suspicious and potentially harmful. Here are some steps you can take to further investigate this issue:

1. **Verify the Legitimacy**: You can start by doing a search on Hilkom Digital SEO Experts to see if they are a legitimate company. Check for reviews, ratings, and any reports of scam or fraudulent activities associated with them.

2. **Check the Website**: Visit their website directly (https://www.hilkom-digital.de/) to see if it looks professional and credible. Look for contact information, client testimonials, and details about the services they offer.

3. **Research Toxic Links**: Toxic links are harmful backlinks that can have a negative impact on your website’s SEO performance. You can use online tools like Moz’s Open Site Explorer or Ahrefs to check the toxicity of your backlinks and identify any potentially harmful ones.

4. **Be Cautious About Free Services**: Be wary of unsolicited emails offering free services, especially in the SEO and digital marketing industry. Scammers may use such offers to gain access to your website or personal information.

5. **Consult with SEO Professionals**: If you have concerns about the backlinks pointing to your website, consider consulting with reputable SEO professionals or agencies for advice on how to handle them safely.

Remember to prioritize your online security and verify the credibility of any service providers before sharing sensitive information or granting them access to your website. If you have any doubts about the legitimacy of the offer, it’s best to err on the side of caution.