There are several reports from Internet sources about bogus emails from Intuit. These messages may request personal information such as tax identification or bank account numbers.
Do not click through and provide the information. Companies should never request that you provide sensitive data via an email form. Such requests are very often bogus solicitations that attempt to get you to reveal personal information or whose web sites automatically try to install suspicious virus software to your computer.
If in doubt about the validity of an email — rather than click through on a link provided – close and re-open your browser and type the known good web address or call the company directly (avoid using phone numbers listed on the email itself as those can be bogus as well).
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