Fake GoDaddy Order Confirmation Email Scam ($357)

I started receiving these fake GoDaddy order confirmation emails.  Kind of scared me because I knew a couple of my domains needed to be renewed this year.  The email looks legit, it goes back to GoDaddy but then I scrolled over the links.  A scam, the links go to another site.  No, I did not click the link, I am a Linux user so I know better. 🙂  Oh, check the footer, it is copyrighted for 2008, not 2010.

Users beware!!!  For your safety, I broke most of the links.

sales@godaddy.com ?

to ke

show details 3:08 AM (12 hours ago)
Tue, 22 Jun 2010 01:38:32 +0530Dear kev****************ux.com,

Thank you for ordering from GoDaddy.com! This email contains important information regarding your recent purchase ? please save it for reference.

LOGIN NAME:12863849
CUSTOMER SERVICE:(480) 505-8877


300.INFO Bulk Domain Name
Registration (201-500)

Subtotal: $357.00
Shipping & Handling: $0.00
Tax: $0.00
Total: $357.00
Important Information concerning your purchase:
Domain RegistrationProduct InfoLegal Agreement
Free Personal EmailProduct InfoLegal Agreement
Free Hosting w/
Web Site Builder
Product Info
Quick BlogcastProduct InfoLegal Agreement
Starter Web Page or
For Sale Page
Product Info
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5 comments on “Fake GoDaddy Order Confirmation Email Scam ($357)”

  1. Argonaut

    Thanks for the heads up on the Godaddy fakes – I received three of these this morning and I know I do not have any domains held at godaddy.

  2. Nici

    I have also received 9 of these during this morning and was really worried about what is going to happen to my credit card! Thank god is just a damn spam!

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