Occasionally, you may receive emails that look like they are from Intuit but are actually from someone else.
When someone sends you an email that pretends to be from a business (like Intuit) or an individual that you know and the email asks you to download something or click a link and enter personal information, this is called a phishing.
What "phishing" means on the Internet
On the Internet, "phishing" refers to methods used to try to obtain sensitive information from you by fraud. There are several ways a scam artist may try to obtain your social security number, driver's license number, credit card information, or bank account information.
To check the latest information from Intuit on how we protect your data and how you can protect yourself from e-mail scams and other security risks, go to the Online Security Center page.
Our commitment to you:
What we won't do:
What we will do:
Here's what you can do to protect yourself from a phishing attack:
Here are 3 common methods that phishers use in their e-mails
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