Just want to point out the number of spelling errors in your advertisement. It seems counterproductive if your trying to sell your competence, since people prejudge your competence partly on your ability to spell. Anyway, I've posted a corrected version of the ad below, I'm sure you'll find it slightly more effective without all the spelling errors...
Websites today are constantly under threat from malicious cyber-criminals and identity thieves. Any webmaster will tell you how important it is to uphold security within your site.
HellBound Hackers employs an extremely professional penetration testing team. They excel in what they do, and are available for hire.
Hire cost varies from $60 - $150 USD depending on the complexity of the task. For an additional small fee, the pen-testing team can also patch the exploits they find. Full reports and advice are given on completion of the task.
These prices are extremely competitive within the penetration testing industry, plus if no exploits or flaws can be found, you recieve a full refund.
If you wish to have your website tested for urgent security threats, don't hesitate and contact the Pen-Testing Co-Ordinator: email@example.com
sorry to burst your bubble (truly i am) but isn't it spelt malicious?
good catch, it's been corrected, along with another spelling error nobody caught. If anyone else finds other spelling errors I missed I'll fix those also.
I personally don't believe that spelling errors mean all that much, so correcting my spelling doesn't bother me. It does bother me however, that the site could be losing some money just because their ad has a noticeable number of spelling errors.