BTW, many Pentecostal churches are actually modalist in their "trinitarian" theology.
Any Modalist would be not only excommunicated but probably actually condemned to Hell in every Pentecostal parish I know.
Some Pentecostals are Trinitarian, but others are Oneness (in various forms). I've met a number of modalist Pentecostals. They're just so disorganized, it's hard to tell what anyone means when they identify (or even talk about) "Pentecostals."
As for the Sallies (Salvation Army), they are not generally considered Christians, as they practice no sacraments, even Baptism and the Lord's Supper are not conducted by them in any way.
The OP also listed the AoG. Honestly, I'm not sure why they're listed separately. I usually think of them as Pentecostals. I'm also not sure why Baptists didn't make it on here. I've certainly heard them mentioned in the same breath as these other groups before.
It's my assumption that this list is from a bishop somewhere, as Mr. Sanidopoulos is quite trustworthy and well-researched. I would guess, however, that this list does vary somewhat from diocese to diocese, or at least jurisdiction to jurisdiction.