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I received this email today, but I don't use QB desktop version, online online, do I need to do anything?

Dear Valued Customer,  We're writing to let you know we will soon be implementing a new authentication system for QuickBooks Payments. In order to continue processing payments, you'll need to confirm your Intuit user ID and password no later than 2/15/19.  In the meantime, we've added an in-product guide to help you confirm your Intuit user ID (or set one up if you don't have one). Just make sure you've updated your QuickBooks to the latest version. The guide will begin automatically.

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I received this email today, but I don't use QB desktop version, online online, do I need to do anything?

Hello there, @w3developing.


Thanks for reaching out to the Community. I’m here to share some information about the email you received.


The message about confirming your Intuit user ID is a new authentication system required to every QuickBooks Desktop user. Since you don’t use both QuickBooks versions, you can disregard this email.


If you believe you have received a phishing email from Intuit, please forward it immediately to spoof@intuit.com. You may also visit our security page at security.intuit.com for latest information on the phishing email attacks and updates.


That should answer your question for today. Please let me know if you need anything else. I’ll be here to help. Thanks for dropping by and take care!

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QuickBooks Team

I received this email today, but I don't use QB desktop version, online online, do I need to do anything?

Hello there, @w3developing.


Thanks for reaching out to the Community. I’m here to share some information about the email you received.


The message about confirming your Intuit user ID is a new authentication system required to every QuickBooks Desktop user. Since you don’t use both QuickBooks versions, you can disregard this email.


If you believe you have received a phishing email from Intuit, please forward it immediately to spoof@intuit.com. You may also visit our security page at security.intuit.com for latest information on the phishing email attacks and updates.


That should answer your question for today. Please let me know if you need anything else. I’ll be here to help. Thanks for dropping by and take care!

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