You are most likely OK if you didn't install or download anything from them.
Run Stinger and Malwarebytes Free, both linked in my signature below - the last line.
It's a typical typosquatting site. Server in Dallas, site registered through a shady outfit in Panama, makes money every time some unfortunate lands on the site by redirecting them to various other site laden with advertisements. The site owner gets a small cut from the advertising revenue. This sort of site can sometimes be extremely malicious.
Edit - the giveaway here is skooble.com : its shady affiliations have been noted by WOT (see HERE) even though SiteAdvisor says it's Green. Another reason to install WOT as a backup for SiteAdvisor. And see also the report for skooble.com from Google Safe Browsing HERE.
2nd edit - yeah, TrustedSource marks wowhea.com as a Parked Domain and therefore Suspicious. Good ol' Firefox blocked the site from automatically redirecting to the next website in the chain. The redirection string is extremely long but the first part of it says "otn (dot) dsparking (dot) com".
3rd edit (this is going a bit deeper) - see the WOT report on dsparking-dot-com (HERE) : "fake domains redirecting to pay-per-click scam sites". Pretty much what I said.