Looks like most people didn't fall for it, which is good to see. Just for your information here is an extract from Ebay's response:
"Please forward the email message you received and any in the future that falsify eBay content to firstname.lastname@example.org
. Please be sure to forward the
original email message you received with "email@example.com" in the "to"
field of the message. Please do not alter the original subject line,
add text to the original message, or forward the original email message
as an attachment.
These emails are the result of fraudulent activity. Please let me assure you that eBay will never ask for your private information, including
credit card information or passwords, in an email format. Also, eBay
will never send you any request or solicitation from a non-eBay email
account or provide a link outside of eBay for entering credit card
numbers or other private information. You should also never "log in" to
your eBay account (or any financial account) through an email link. If
you ever need to give us information, we suggest that you do so by going directly to the eBay.com.au website or use our online webform."