This site goes to great lengths to make sure you double-check that the URL you're on is accounts.craigslist.org.
And it isn't.
This has got to be one of the stupidest phishing attacks I've ever seen.
Nobody will ever fall for that.
Except they will.
You see, people aren't reading e-mail on their computers any more. They are reading it on their phones. So they'll receive the phishing scam e-mails on their phone and they'll open the scam sites on their phones.
Let's have a look at what the site looks like on iPhone, Android and Nokia devices.
Now it isn't very obvious any more. (And it's particularly well formated for iPhone…)
As you can see, the small screen estate on smartphones makes phishing easier.
When you add this with the fact that most smartphones have no phishing e-mail filters and no web blocking of scam sites, we can only come up with one result: phishing works much better on phones than on PCs.