Learn how to recognise official Intuit correspondence and websites.
Phishing, spam, spoof, or hoax emails are a huge problem today. The best protection against these security risks is awareness and prevention.
Spot fake emails
Suspicious email can sometimes be a scheme to get you to share your personal info. These scams come in different forms but often look pretty convincing. Here are a few things to look for if you’re not sure an email came from Intuit.
- We’ll never ask for your personal info in an email.
- Our emails will always come from an email address that ends with @intuit.com. This includes @e.intuit.com.
- Any link we send you in an email will always be for an intuit.com address.
Check out our online security tips to help you keep your information safe.
Got an Intuit email you aren't sure about? Check out our security notices for details of suspicious emails reported by other Intuit customers.
|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. Go to the Intuit Online Security Centre for more information.|
Avoid customer support scams
These scams work by convincing you there’s a problem with your computer, then offering to fix it. Intuit won’t reach out to you to fix a problem with your computer. These fraudsters are really after your money or files. Our security tips can help you avoid fake customer support scams.
Identify an official Intuit website
All official Intuit websites end in *intuit.com. A few examples include quickbooks.intuit.com, e3.intuit.com and click.notifications.intuit.com.
Stay aware: Check out the latest information from Intuit
Go to the Online Security Centre page to see how we protect your data and how you can protect yourself from email scams and other security risks. To see a list of suspicious emails and actions, or to report one of your own, select Go to security.
|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.
Security is a team effort
When you notify us about suspicious emails, it helps keep everyone protected. When we work together, as a team, we make our environment a safe, secure place to do business.