There are lots of godaddy phishing emails going around currently - I got 4 an hour ago.
You might have received a few, so be sure to check this post
It's easy to identify them as they point to a fake link starting with 188.8.131.52/~ytrindic/Domain Registration Confirmation
This notification is generated automatically as a service to you.
Because of unusual number of invalid login attempts on you account, we had to believe that, their might be some security problem on you account. So we have decided to put an extra verification process to ensure your identity and your account security.
Please click on sign in to domain servers to continue to the verification process and ensure your account security. It is all about your security. Thank you. and visit the customer service section.
please contact us within 1 days.
If you need to address this matter, or in any way need further assistance or technical support, call us any time at (480) 505-8877 or email us at email@example.com. We appreciate your business!
GoDaddy.com DomainAlert team
Always mouse over on all links in email before clicking them!
Plus you can spot the bad English in the email
their might be some security problem on you account
Yeah these guys will probably never learn to spell and actually write in good English, but they are making progress
However many (most?) people don't read such emails and just see the title, take a quick look and if it looks authentic - click the link
Thx a lot for the heads up Michael!
thanks for informing!
I like this type of emails and in fact I always have to laugh when people let them catch by this crap
It's full of typo's, and you clearly see the URL as a stupid link, which isn't godaddy / paypal / moneybookers / anything to the site realted
Well thanks for informing me
Thanks for informing us, I haven't gotten one yet but now I know what to look for.
Thanks, I'll keep my eyes open.
I actually like getting phishy e-mail. I do all my surfing in a VM with undoable disk images (no fear), so when I get a phishy mail, I go hither to thier bogus logon page, and start entering bogus logons into it.
Nothing like giving a cuckoo's egg to a phisher so he "outs" himself.