People are reporting receiving fake emails as found below.  Please be aware that the From address as well as the Subject line may change; however, the content with in the body of the email will stay the same with the exception of a change to the malicious URL link, which may have many different variations.


Below is an example of the email people are receiving:



This is the end of the fake email.


Please don't click on any links or attachments or reply to the email.  We recommend you delete the email from your systems.


Intuit takes your security seriously. We closely monitor malicious emails and work to stop their continued distribution as soon as they are identified.


You can learn more about how to protect yourself from such security threats at https://security.intuit.com and 



What to do if you have already downloaded something from a link in a phishing email:  


1.    Delete anything you may have downloaded. 

2.    Scan your system using an up-to-date anti-virus program from a respected security vendor, such as McAfee Anti-Virus, Norton by Symantec or Microsoft Windows Defender, to remove any viruses or other malware that may infect your computer.  Some of these vendors also offer free online security tools. Some malware will require stronger measures to remove from your system.  You may want to seek help from a trusted IT consultant or a systems repair firm.

3.       Change your password(s)- particularly those involving financial information - to prevent unauthorized users from logging into your accounts.