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Is the Web page secure? Any time you're asked to give personal information online, the Web address should begin with "https:". The "s" stands for "secure" and is your key to knowing your information is protected.

Is the email addressed to you personally? Many phishers send fake emails that use generic greetings, such as "Dear Customer" or "Dear Sir/Madam." Official GoDaddy.com emails are personalized with the name you gave us when you registered.

Does the email read well? Fake emails are often littered with misspellings, poor grammar, etc. These mistakes actually help them avoid spam filters, but they should be a dead give-away that they are not from the real GoDaddy.com. All our emails are written with care and proofread by industry professionals.

Is the page a 'pop-up'? Fake emails and Web sites will use pop-up windows to collect information. Pop up windows appear without any action on your part and have no address bar or navigation buttons. GoDaddy.com will never ask you to provide information via a 'pop-up' (though we may occasionally use a pop-up to provide you with information).

Is there an attachment? Many fake emails will include an attachment that, if launched, could install spyware, launch a virus or more. GoDaddy.com will never send you an attachment or software update via email.