Intuit customers have reported receiving spam that is really an attempt steal login credentials. Below is a copy of the fake email.
In our continuing effort to guarantee that correct information is being sustained on our systems, and to be able to grant you better quality of service; INTUIT INC. has participated in the Internal Revenue Service [IRS] Name and TIN Matching Program.
We have found out, that your name and/or Employer Identification Number, that we have on your account is different from the information provided by the SSA.
In order to review the information on your account, please enter the site.
2632 Marine Way
Mountain View, CA 94043
This is the end of the fake email.
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Forward suspicious emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.