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Your Intuit refund was processed. - Spam Warning!!

11. May 2020 13:37 by sircles in Internet Security, Online Fraud, Phishing
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Your Intuit refund was processed. - Spam Warning!!

 

More 'you just paid us' naff spam... 

Intuit(R) Correspondence

 

 

 

From:                                         Intuit Customer Service <no_reply@notifications.intuit.com>

Sent:                                           Monday, May 11, 2020 1:28 PM

To:                                               Recipient

Subject:                                     Your Intuit refund was processed.

Attachments:                          8384202267.xls

 

 

Your $1803.30 refund was processed.

Intuit logo

 

Refund confirmation

 

We processed your refund.

Refund amount: $1803.30
Refund date: May 11, 2020
Refund method: Credit card

 


Remember that credit card transactions can take up to one full billing cycle to appear on your statement.

Refund details

Refund number:

CRIS-PAY-C8384202267

Request date:

May 08, 2020

Refund amount:

$1803.30

Refund method:

Credit card

  

Note: Credit card transactions can take up to one full billing cycle to appear on your statement.

 

 

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This message was sent to recipient@domain.com, as an Intuit customer, consistent with your email preferences. If you have chosen not to receive marketing messages, you will continue to receive business communications about your selected Intuit product(s), which may either affect your service or software, your account, or which may be legally required.

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The Excel macro attachment is recognised by Windows 10 Defender instantly, so no real danger here...

If you look at the text at the footer, it has been copied from an intuit customer email.

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