This is just a quick warning to hopefully stop anyone getting suckered into this. Just now, I went to browse youtube, but accidentally, without realising, started typing www .your.... into my IE9 adress bar, sinse IE9 automatically fills in known websites I saw what I thought was www .youtube.com automatically entered and pressed enter. Of course I didn't enter youtube, instead I entered a scam website: www .yourube.com which pops up a message saying 'today is our 6th birthday', pressing ok on this leads you to a page with the message: and asks you to select a prize (macbook air, iphone 4 or iPad 2). Once you've selected a 'prize' it asks for your mobile number to let you know if you win, but of course really signs you up to funmobile (or something similar) which sends you text after text and charges you £1.50 per text. Now, I'm cautious enough not to have given them any information, and quickly realised that this had nothing to do with youtube. But I was fooled at first, simply because I hadn't realised I'd typed the wrong letter, r instead of t! Just a quick warning, incase anyone does something similar, afterall it's an easy mistake to make. A little annoyed that Microsoft are auto-completing such a site, not sure if other browsers will aswell. Edit. Had to add spaces between the www part of the link and the rest otherwise it automatically changed it to a link no matter how many times I removed the [url ] [ /url] brackets, or pressed the 'Remove link' button. Further edit. A little further research showed that www. youtbue.com also leads you to the same thing. I'm sure there's plenty more, and for other misspelling of websites, first time I've really come across it though.