Security notices

We update this list with the latest Intuit email or customer support scams so you can avoid them.

  • 19 May 2021

    PHISHING EMAIL: Important Message

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose the...

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose them to downloads of malware that will infect their computer. Phishing lures will impersonate real companies. They come in various forms including emails, websites and phone calls.

    Intuit has recently received reports from customers that they have received emails similar to the one below. This email did not come from Intuit. The sender is not associated with Intuit, is not an authorized agent of Intuit, nor is their use of Intuit's brands authorized by Intuit.

    Please don't click on any links or attachments, or reply to the email. We recommend you delete the email. If you have already clicked on a link or downloaded something from the email:

    1. Delete the download immediately.
    2. Scan your system using an up-to-date anti-virus program.
    3. Change your passwords.

    For more information on phishing and how you may protect yourself from phishing, please see our security tips.

    Thank you for being a valued customer.

    PHISHING EMAIL: Important Message

  • 3 May 2021

    PHISHING EMAIL: Alert !

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose the...

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose them to downloads of malware that will infect their computer. Phishing lures will impersonate real companies. They come in various forms including emails, websites and phone calls.

    Intuit has recently received reports from customers that they have received emails similar to the one below. This email did not come from Intuit. The sender is not associated with Intuit, is not an authorized agent of Intuit, nor is their use of Intuit's brands authorized by Intuit.

    Please don't click on any links or attachments, or reply to the email. We recommend you delete the email. If you have already clicked on a link or downloaded something from the email:

    1. Delete the download immediately.
    2. Scan your system using an up-to-date anti-virus program.
    3. Change your passwords.

    For more information on phishing and how you may protect yourself from phishing, please see our security tips.

    Thank you for being a valued customer.

    PHISHING EMAIL: Alert !

  • 26 April 2021

    PHISHING EMAIL: Alert!

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose the...

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose them to downloads of malware that will infect their computer. Phishing lures will impersonate real companies. They come in various forms including emails, websites and phone calls.

    Intuit has recently received reports from customers that they have received emails similar to the one below. This email did not come from Intuit. The sender is not associated with Intuit, is not an authorized agent of Intuit, nor is their use of Intuit's brands authorized by Intuit.

    Please don't click on any links or attachments, or reply to the email. We recommend you delete the email. If you have already clicked on a link or downloaded something from the email:

    1. Delete the download immediately.
    2. Scan your system using an up-to-date anti-virus program.
    3. Change your passwords.

    For more information on phishing and how you may protect yourself from phishing, please see our security tips.

    Thank you for being a valued customer.

    PHISHING EMAIL: Alert!

  • 26 April 2021

    PHISHING EMAIL: Quickbooks Support has sent you the document 'Credit Card-Quickbooks Payment Authorization For Service Support' to sign

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose the...

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose them to downloads of malware that will infect their computer. Phishing lures will impersonate real companies. They come in various forms including emails, websites and phone calls.

    Intuit has recently received reports from customers that they have received emails similar to the one below. This email did not come from Intuit. The sender is not associated with Intuit, is not an authorized agent of Intuit, nor is their use of Intuit's brands authorized by Intuit.

    Please don't click on any links or attachments, or reply to the email. We recommend you delete the email. If you have already clicked on a link or downloaded something from the email:

    1. Delete the download immediately.
    2. Scan your system using an up-to-date anti-virus program.
    3. Change your passwords.

    For more information on phishing and how you may protect yourself from phishing, please see our security tips.

    Thank you for being a valued customer.

    PHISHING EMAIL: Quickbooks Support has sent you the document 'Credit Card-Quickbooks Payment Authorization For Service Support' to sign

  • 29 March 2021

    PHISHING EMAIL: Sales Receipt

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose the...

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose them to downloads of malware that will infect their computer. Phishing lures will impersonate real companies. They come in various forms including emails, websites and phone calls.

    Intuit has recently received reports from customers that they have received emails similar to the one below. This email did not come from Intuit. The sender is not associated with Intuit, is not an authorized agent of Intuit, nor is their use of Intuit's brands authorized by Intuit.

    Please don't click on any links or attachments, or reply to the email. We recommend you delete the email. If you have already clicked on a link or downloaded something from the email:

    1. Delete the download immediately.
    2. Scan your system using an up-to-date anti-virus program.
    3. Change your passwords.

    For more information on phishing and how you may protect yourself from phishing, please see our security tips.

    Thank you for being a valued customer.

    PHISHING EMAIL: Sales Receipt

  • 20 March 2021

    PHISHING EMAIL: Your Intuit Account Has Been Put On Hold

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose the...

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose them to downloads of malware that will infect their computer. Phishing lures will impersonate real companies. They come in various forms including emails, websites and phone calls.

    Intuit has recently received reports from customers that they have received emails similar to the one below. This email did not come from Intuit. The sender is not associated with Intuit, is not an authorized agent of Intuit, nor is their use of Intuit's brands authorized by Intuit.

    Please don't click on any links or attachments, or reply to the email. We recommend you delete the email. If you have already clicked on a link or downloaded something from the email:

    1. Delete the download immediately.
    2. Scan your system using an up-to-date anti-virus program.
    3. Change your passwords.

    For more information on phishing and how you may protect yourself from phishing, please see our security tips.

    Thank you for being a valued customer.

    PHISHING EMAIL: Your Intuit Account Has Been Put On Hold

  • 14 January 2021

    PHISHING EMAIL: ALERT! 2021 Intuit Updates.

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose the...

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose them to downloads of malware that will infect their computer. Phishing lures will impersonate real companies. They come in various forms including emails, websites and phone calls.

    Intuit has recently received reports from customers that they have received emails similar to the one below. This email did not come from Intuit. The sender is not associated with Intuit, is not an authorized agent of Intuit, nor is their use of Intuit's brands authorized by Intuit.

    Please don't click on any links or attachments, or reply to the email. We recommend you delete the email. If you have already clicked on a link or downloaded something from the email:

    1. Delete the download immediately.
    2. Scan your system using an up-to-date anti-virus program.
    3. Change your passwords.

    For more information on phishing and how you may protect yourself from phishing, please see our security tips.

    Thank you for being a valued customer.

    PHISHING EMAIL: ALERT! 2021 Intuit Updates.

  • 11 January 2021

    PHISHING EMAIL: Your Quickbooks Subscription Renewal Failed

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose the...

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose them to downloads of malware that will infect their computer. Phishing lures will impersonate real companies. They come in various forms including emails, websites and phone calls.

    Intuit has recently received reports from customers that they have received emails similar to the one below. This email did not come from Intuit. The sender is not associated with Intuit, is not an authorized agent of Intuit, nor is their use of Intuit's brands authorized by Intuit.

    Please don't click on any links or attachments, or reply to the email. We recommend you delete the email. If you have already clicked on a link or downloaded something from the email:

    1. Delete the download immediately.
    2. Scan your system using an up-to-date anti-virus program.
    3. Change your passwords.

    For more information on phishing and how you may protect yourself from phishing, please see our security tips.

    Thank you for being a valued customer.

    PHISHING EMAIL: Your Quickbooks Subscription Renewal Failed

  • 23 December 2020

    PHISHING EMAIL: XXXX you got hit with a financial charge

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose the...

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose them to downloads of malware that will infect their computer. Phishing lures will impersonate real companies. They come in various forms including emails, websites and phone calls.

    Intuit has recently received reports from customers that they have received emails similar to the one below. This email did not come from Intuit. The sender is not associated with Intuit, is not an authorized agent of Intuit, nor is their use of Intuit's brands authorized by Intuit.

    Please don't click on any links or attachments, or reply to the email. We recommend you delete the email. If you have already clicked on a link or downloaded something from the email:

    1. Delete the download immediately.
    2. Scan your system using an up-to-date anti-virus program.
    3. Change your passwords.

    For more information on phishing and how you may protect yourself from phishing, please see our security tips.

    Thank you for being a valued customer.

    PHISHING EMAIL: XXXX you got hit with a financial charge

  • 2 December 2020

    PHISHING EMAIL: Invoice xxxx

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose the...

    Phishing is a cybercrime aimed to lure individuals into revealing personal information or expose them to downloads of malware that will infect their computer. Phishing lures will impersonate real companies. They come in various forms including emails, websites and phone calls.

    Intuit has recently received reports from customers that they have received emails similar to the one below. This email did not come from Intuit. The sender is not associated with Intuit, is not an authorized agent of Intuit, nor is their use of Intuit's brands authorized by Intuit.

    Please don't click on any links or attachments, or reply to the email. We recommend you delete the email. If you have already clicked on a link or downloaded something from the email:

    1. Delete the download immediately.
    2. Scan your system using an up-to-date anti-virus program.
    3. Change your passwords.

    For more information on phishing and how you may protect yourself from phishing, please see our security tips.

    Thank you for being a valued customer.

  • Learn more about email scams

    Scam emails are designed to trick you into thinking they’re real. Luckily, we have tools to help you avoid falling for email scams. Our security tips can make it easier to spot fake emails.

    Go to security tips

  • Let us know about a fake email

    If you got a scam email, we want to know about it. Reporting scam emails makes it harder for fraudsters. We share the details we get to help keep you safe.

    Report a suspicious email

  • Know how to avoid customer support scams

    These scams try to convince you there’s a problem with your computer and offer to fix it. These fraudsters are really after your money or files. Our security tips can help you avoid fake customer support scams.

    Go to security tips