Sorry to hear that you are receiving these messages from Google. The message is actually in regards to the ba7bke5 user that is on the same server as you. The ba7bke5 account was <a href="http://www.inmotionhosting.com/support/website/website-troubleshooting/i-think-my-website-has-been-hacked">hacked</a> causing Google to alert the <a href="http://www.inmotionhosting.com/support/community-support/fighting-spam/get-rid-of-phishing-urls">phishing</a> issue. We shut the phishing problem down on that account so there is no phishing anymore.
The reason why your site was flagged is because accounts on that server share the same IP address. Somehow, Google confuses the domain name and the cPanel username. We do not have any details on how they confuse this ; however, we looked at your site and you have no malicious scripts or phishing code in your website.
You can disregard that notice from Google as you won't be effected by the ba7bke5 account issue. Sorry for the trouble.
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