Take a look at the image attached. Really look closely at the FROM: line.
You'll see an authentic-looking ebay address. But if you look at it a little longer, you'll see the Ebay@REPLY3.ebay.com
Reply3 is where the BS begins... That is a fake.
Next when we click the URL, it takes us to a fake site:
click3 signifies more BS...
Just in case you've never seen a fake phishing mail.. the one attached is as fake as they come..
Though you really have to be careful because the phishing scams are getting more clever by the minute.