Anybody Know What EPT Solutions Is?

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saberman
saberman Member ✭✭✭

I just received an email sent from: "Intuit E-Commerce Service" quickbooks@notification.intuit.com
that said it had an invoice attached and had a PSF file attached: Inv_1117_from_EPT Solutions LLC_499011_10606.pdf. Scanned it with McAfee and it said it was ok. However, when I opened it all it contained was a link to: https://timegroom.com/commerce

I have Quicken but not QuickBooks. Anybody have any idea about what is going on?

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  • Boatnmaniac
    Boatnmaniac SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited October 2023
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    McAfee Security says timegroom.com is not a safe site and I should not go there. I also did a web search for any kind of comments regarding timegroom.com and Google came up with nothing. This all a pretty good indication that you should disregard that email and delete it. Someone is trying to scam you.

    They probably have no idea who you are or even what your email address is. These scammers will buy email lists and send out mass emails spoofing themselves as some legitimate business. I'll bet that if you hover your cursor over that Intuit email address in your email or right click on it you can see a different email address that will pop up….one that has nothing to do with Intuit or QuickBooks at all.

    BTW, Quicken is not affiliated with QuickBooks and has not been owned by Intuit since 2016. In the future, should you have an questions/concerns about either QuickBooks or Intuit it would probably be best to interface with them.

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  • splasher
    splasher SuperUser ✭✭✭✭✭
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    You got a phishing email, destroy it.

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  • saberman
    saberman Member ✭✭✭
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    >I'll bet that if you hover your cursor over that Intuit email address in your email or right click on it you can see a different email address that will pop up….one that has nothing to do with Intuit or QuickBooks at all.

    I had already tried that and also created a response — both had the QuickBooks address.
    They didn't care about a response — just wanted you to click on the link.

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