WOT has a flawed rating method.
If your site is hosted as a sub-domain of a shared domain owned by your hosting service, the poor reputation is inherited from the parent domain.
This means that WOT automatically and immediately gives your site a bad reputation just based on supposition, without even bothering to actually look at your website...
So, WOT will consider your site "guilty by association" from day one!
Is this a fair and trustworthy method? No.
Following are WOT instructions on how you can get more/improve ratings for your website:
"If you want to improve the reputation, we recommend asking your friends, business partners, blog followers, or customers to submit ratings for the site. You can either ask them to use the WOT add-on, or simply point them to your site's scorecard where they can rate the site after creating an account."
How reliable and trustworthy is that?
Anyone wealthy enough can bribe lots of people to summit ratings in order to get a good site reputation at WOT...
Or anyone wealthy enough can bribe lots of people to summit bad ratings in order to get the competitor's website a bad reputation at WOT...
But since you're using the sub-domain of a free web hosting, you're probably on a low budget, which means you can't afford to bribe lots of people, and so your site gets toasted by the gang at WOT.
Giants like Facebook and the likes will become even more dominant, while smaller innovative and honest web sites will get a bad reputation from the start, regardless how clean and malware-free they might be.
Virtually anybody can register at WOT, you don't even have to verify your email address or be proven as a site customer to review a website, even kids can end up rating websites...
The rating service does not distinguish between 'distrust a website' and 'dislike a website', so a website can get a poor trustfulness rating just because its published opinion is not mainstream or doesn't fit the reviewers' political agenda.
This makes WOT ratings highly subjective and extremely politically biased. This is a threat to freedom of speech, since they can get sites banned from Facebook.
An investigation by German TV channel NDR has uncovered a serious breach of privacy by the Web Of Trust (WOT) service, which over 140 million Web surfers trust to help keep them safe online...
See also the following Guardian article, titled: " 'Anonymous' browsing data can be easily exposed, researchers reveal", where WOT sold a database of 3 million users, which were then de-anonymised.
Because of that Mozila has also blocked WOT add-ons older than 2017-01-20.