The phony order confirmation comes is a receipt for $357.00 worth of bulk domain names you recently purchased and allows you to click on links and pictures in the email for additional info.
Do not click on any links or pictures.
Go-daddy has been flooded with calls on this scam - and it's easy to see why. The email looks very legit.
If you received this email, delete it immediately.
If you received it and already clicked on the links - update your virus protection, run a full scan on your computer and dump all data you may have in your cache.
Today there are all sorts of cyber predators and con artists who spend their time creating ways to scam you. What's the best way to avoid falling victim to their tricks or traps? Be wise to them!
UPDATE: June 23, 2010 Amazon order confirmation scam
If you receive an Amazon order confirmation email that indicates you have made an online purchase...yes, that's a scam too. Today I have heard from an array of consumers alerting me to an email scam similar to the above phony Godaddy email. Don't fall for it.
If you think you have infected your computer by clicking on a picture or link, immediately scan computer, empty cache, history and delete the email.