Invoice Notification for June 2013 - Intuit Email Poses As An Expensive Bill
While checking my Email today I found a pesky message that was disguising itself as a legitimate Email invoice from Intuit. The Subject Line reads “Invoice Notification for June 2013.”
The Message in itâ€™s entirety is as follows.
Please double click the PDF attachment to open or print your invoice. To view full invoice details or for any Online Account Management options, download PDF attachment.
June 21, 2013
You can PAY YOUR BALANCE through the PowerInvoice please print the attached invoice and mail to the address indicated on the invoice statement. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat, please find a link to a free downloadable file at the end of this e-mail.
You can also print this e-mail and send your payment to:
PO BOX 7247-7090
Philadelphia, PA 19170-7090
If you have questions about your invoice, please contact LexisNexis at 1-800-262-2391, option 3.
If you would like to contact your Account Manager, please contact LexisNexis at 1-800-262-2391, option 2.
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Adobe Acrobat free downloadable file available at :
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All rights reserved.
Youâ€™ll see that the sender requests that you download a PDF file thatâ€™s likely to include some nasty code. If you get this message, delete it from your inbox immediately and donâ€™t download the attached file.
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