Quickbooks@Notification Scam Email Payment Invoices

Scammers are sending fake and phishing Intuit emails, which appear to have been sent from quickbooks@notification.intuit.com that reflect an invoice from Geeksquad, Norton, or PayPal. The fake emails will claim there is a renewal of subscription for service or a payment was made for a product and will have an invoice attachment. Potential victims are then asked to call a fake customer service telephone number operated by scammers to cancel the renewal or pending payment.

Quickbooks Notification Scam Email Payment Invoices

Quickbooks@Notification Scam Email Invoices

Quickbooks@Notification Scam Email Invoice

Quickbooks@Notification Scam Email Invoice

The scammers will pretend to ask their potential victims for their personal and financial information, claiming they need it in order to assist. But, if the requested sensitive information is given to the scammers, they will use it fraudulently. Therefore, if you have been tricked by a fake email, which appears to have been sent from quickbooks@notification, into disclosing your financial information, please contact your bank for help and change your online account passwords.

The email address quickbooks@notification.intuit.com is used for approval, user ID, and password reset info from Intuit’s secure network, it is not used to send payment invoices.

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  • August 1, 2022 at 4:51 AM by an anonymous user from: Sectorul 1, Bucharest, Romania

    Received this scam:


    Invoice Order

    DUE 07/29/2022


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    Dear x*x,

    Much thanks to You for picking Firewall security again with your membership recharging plan for quite some time.

    We are happy to illuminate you that,your permit key has been effectively reestablished with the overhauled plan which you mentioned for and your record has been charged $399.99.

    If you have any desire to question the charge, kindly call us @ 1 (814) 888 2735.

    You are mean a lot to us;

    If it's not too much trouble, note that you have 24 hours to report,if you need to question this charge.

    If there should arise an occurrence of any question or to drop your membership restoration plan,

    You can contact us at our complementary no. 1 (814) 888 2735 and have the money in question returned.

    Bill to x*x

    Auto Renewal $399.99


    Balance due $399.99

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    Invoice Order


    If you receive an email that seems fraudulent, please check with the business owner before paying.

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Quickbooks@Notification Scam Email Payment Invoices