I got an email last night, supposedly from godaddy-dot-com, thanking me for my (supposed) order and advising that my credit card would be debited within the next 24 hours. The amount was interesting, $797.14 -- I searched both here and Google with no results, but I could swear seeing somewhere that amount, or close to it, is currently being very widely used in scam attempts. I just got off the phone from a discussion with Visa's Security department -- they don't even have an authorization request for this, much less an actual debit. Interestingly, no "standard" phishing request to supply ID etc. Among the other data shown is a customer-service phone no., and Visa and I agreed that we may be looking at a new "teaser" variation on phishing, where they're hoping for a response via phone from a baffled email recipient. Anyone else heard of this one? It may be a new trick we'll have to watch out for.