Yes. Hovering over the "nwprr.net" tab in Firefox, I get a tooltip (yellow box) that says "nwprr.net - Registered at Namecheap.com.
On the page itself is a line reading " The Sponsored Listings displayed above are served automatically by a third party. Neither Parkingcrew nor the domain owner maintain any relationship with the advertisers."
Here's the Google search for Namecheap: [www.google.com
]. Nothing particularly noteworthy showed up.
Here's the Google search for Parkingcrew: [www.google.com
In my search, the first item up following the link to Parkingcrew's site was one pointing to an article on KrebsonSecurity: [krebsonsecurity.com
]. That gets my attention. It's about how a Dell supplier lost control of a website. About 40% down the Krebs page are these two paragraphs where Parkingcrew is mentioned:
"From early June to early July 2017, DellBackupandRecoveryCloudStorage.com was the property of Dmitrii Vassilev of “TeamInternet.com,” a company listed in Germany that specializes in selling what appears to be typosquatting traffic. Team Internet also appears to be tied to a domain monetization business called ParkingCrew.
If you’re not sure what typosquatting is, think of what sometimes happens when you’re typing out a URL in the browser’s address field and you fat-finger a single character and suddenly get redirected to the kind of content that makes you look around quickly to see if anyone saw you looking at it. For more on Team Internet, see this enlightening Aug. 2017 post from Chris Baker at internet infrastructure firm Dyn.
The Google Parkingcrew page
has more links to other possibly interesting info about Parkingcrew, such as this one: [www.godaddy.com
Finally, here's one more Google page for you to check out: [parkingcrew hijack