I’d suggest you to contact your web hosting provider to troubleshoot and help you cleaning of this malicious code on your Website.
Hi I did reach out to my hosting provider before I got here and here’s the response I got:
The issue here doesn't actually appear to be a fault on our end. Currently when trying to visit the site with a hostfile to enforce this to load from our server, it appears to be a blank wordpress install caused by the database not actually being installed for this service.
When trying to visit this website without the use of a hostfile it appears to be hitting that redirect.
As such I would recommend ensuring that the A records for this are actually pointing to our webserver on IP 188.8.131.52. As currently you are running through a cloudflare proxy so I cannt see exactly what IP address you are actually using.
My DNS records we’re fine and they also checked it, since I sent them a screenshot.
If it’s the website files, I highly doubt it, because when I removed all the files in the hosting. The redirects still persisted.
Then they suggested a temporary solution I guess?
No need to delete a host file, as you may need it down the track.
You can simply remove the text that references your website "3dhomebuildersassociation.com" when my colleagues were investigating the issue.
I'll leave our FAQ guide which provides you with more information about utilising your host file.
Beyond that - it's best to reach out to Cloudflare to confirm where your website is loading from.
So it’s via the host file I guess and reaching out to Cloudflare support.
Kindly, may I ask you to check out what option have you got selected by navigating to the Cloudflare dashboard → Caching → Configuration → find section “Browser Cache TTL” and make sure the selected option from the dropdown menu is “Respect Existing Headers”.
Furthermore, from the same menu, click on the blue button saying “Purge Everything” to flush the cache at Cloudflare Edge, just in case.