Phishing, spam, spoof, or hoax emails are a huge problem today. The best protection against these security risks is awareness and prevention.
|Warning Suspicious emails will say they are from Intuit and may ask you to take actions like logging in, providing personal information or downloading "tools." If you have received one of these emails, do not open it or access any of the links. Instead, please forward it immediately to firstname.lastname@example.org. We look into each reported instance.|
You can find the latest information from Intuit on how we protect your data and how you can protect yourself from email scams and other security risks. Go to the Online Security Centre page. Scroll down to the Security Alerts box which shows current and reported security alerts associated with scam emails.
Find the associated Security Alert, then select it to see instructions listing any actions you'll need to take.
|Note: If you're unable to find an associated Security Alert, please contact Intuit Support for the product that is referred to in the suspicious email. Intuit Support can help you determine if the email is from Intuit or a possible phishing email that needs to be forwarded to our security team for assessment.|
In today's world, security is a team effort. When our users notify us about suspicious emails they receive, it helps us keep everyone protected. When we work together, as a team, we make our environment a safe, secure place to do business.