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The "Intuit Payroll Services Direct Deposit" Malicious Email

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The "Intuit Payroll Services Direct Deposit" Malicious Email

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Recipients of the fake Intuit Payroll Services email below are asked to delete it because it has a link to a malicious Microsoft Word document. Any attempts to open the malicious Microsoft Word document will download a virus, spyware or ransomware on the victims' computers. The fake email is being sent by cybercriminals.

The "Intuit Payroll Services Direct Deposit" Malicious Email

From: Urgentpayrollissue@intuit.com <Urgentpayrollissue@intuit.com>

Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 5:05 PM

Subject: Action Required: Your bank returned the Direct Deposit Service debit

Attachment: RDBT.doc

Direct Deposit Service Communication

Action Required

This message is in reference to

Dear Client

Your bank returned the Direct Deposit Service debit for the payroll dated March 4, 2019 in the amount of $8502.46 due to Insufficient Funds.

Automatic Redebit on March 13, 2019 $8502.46 + $100.00 Intuit Handling Fee

Intuit will automatically attempt to redebit your company bank account for the above amount on March 13, 2019. All of your services will remain suspended until March 15, 2019, assuming the funds are successfully collected.

Please follow instructions to resolve this issue.

We appreciate your business and prompt action in resojlving this matter.

Sincerely,

SBD Risk Management

Intuit Payroll Services

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