Randell Proctor Email Scam from notification.intuit.com

The Randell Proctor email scam below, which appears to have been sent from notification.intuit.com asking recipients to call 1 (844) 544-1530, is being sent by scammers. The aim of the scammers is to use the Randell Proctor scam to trick their potential victims into calling them at the fake Randell Proctor customer support telephone. If they are contacted, they will pretend to be from Randell Proctor and ask the caller to disclose their account credentials, personal, and financial information, which they will use fraudulently.

Randell Proctor Email Scam from notification.intuit.com

The Randell Proctor Email Scam

From: Randell Proctor quickbooks@notification.intuit.com

Sent: Mon, Jun 6, 2022 12:36 pm

Subject: Invoice OYE362NUS from Randell Proctor


Randell Proctor

DUE 06/06/2022


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Dear Customer,

Your Request has been Processed Now And the Amount has been Charged.

Services has been Upgraded Now.

Any issues with the Order Please get In Touch With us Now On: +1 (844) 544-1530

Bill to Customer

Terms Due on receipt


Sales $427.69

LL 360

1 X $427.69

Balance due $427.69

Details of your Recent InVoice:

Product: LL-360

Receipt ID: TRQMP-345678

Payment Made By: Online

Mode of shipment: Not Updated Yet

Please call us for more Info On: +1 (844) 544-1530

If you were tricked by the Randell Proctor scam into giving them access to your account, please change your password. And, if you were tricked into diclosing your financial information, please contact your bank for help.

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  • June 19, 2022 at 12:06 PM by an anonymous user from: Ashburn, Virginia, United States

    Mine came from “Dorcas Schowalter”. Same email different sender!

  • June 14, 2022 at 11:58 PM by an anonymous user from: Marion County, Woodburn, Oregon, United States

    Yup, I just received this exact same email but mine was invoiced in the amount of $449.99, otherwise everything else was the same as the example above. But at least was smarter this time and didn't even open the email.

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