Intuit Payment Received Malicious Email
Scammers are sending e-mail messages, claiming to be from Intuit, to their victims in an attempt to infect their computers with malicious programs. The scammers aim is to trick their victims into clicking on a malicious link in the e-mail message that will take them to the malicious website finaalsuccess.net. Please DO NOT visit this malicious website finaalsuccess.net or finaalsuccess.org
This website contains the Black Hole Exploit Kit, which is used to download a massive load of malicious programs onto a victim's computer.
If you receive this e-mail message (see below), please forward it to firstname.lastname@example.org and do no click on any of the links in it or forward it to anyone.
Delete this e-mail message immediately.
This is how the Intuit phishing e-mail looks:
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