Latest Twitter Scam Phishing Fraud Website ? Hey. tell me if thats you ... Rofl this you?

We received the following two direct messages from the CEO of a leading Music company in India.
Hi, <twitter id>.

You have a new direct message:
    <sender's twitter id>: Hey. tell me if thats you.. http://video.twitter.expressplacement.com

Reply on the web at http://twitter.com/direct_messages/create/<sender's twitter id>
Send me a direct message from your phone: <Phone id>

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 and

 Hi, <tweeer id>.

You have a new direct message:
<sender's twitter id>: Rofl this you? http://video.twitter.expressplacement.com

Reply on the web at http://twitter.com/direct_messages/create/
<sender's twitter id>
Send me a direct message from your phone: <phone id>

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A bit surprised on the language, which is unlikely to be used by a CEO, we closely inspected the website referred to: video.twitter.expressplacement.com. To our surprise, this presented the twitter login page.

We believe this is a dangerous and false phishing site nothing to do twitter, and strongly urge our twitter followers to make sure they verify what site they are on before typing in their twitter password.

Actually, to avoid phishing scams, fraud, virus, identity theft and becoming victims of internet crimes and fraud, always make sure you are at the right site before logging in !

Here is a screenshot of the site we suspect of being a phishing fraud site: