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Beware of Intuit.com Invoice Phishing Scam

Thursday, March 01, 2012


We were notified of fraudulent e-mails regarding the purchase of Intuit Market Software being directed to consumers from the address INTUIT INC. [mailto:software@intuit.com] or INTUIT INC. [support@careerbuilder.com].


The Intuit Company is aware of these emails and does not have any involvement in this communications. They are advising consumers not to respond to or click on any links within the e-mail.

Please NEVER provide any of the following: 

  • Account Number
  • Social security number
  • Three digit security number on back of credit card
  • Private information

Neither South Carolina Federal Credit Union nor any of our business partners acting on our behalf would ever call, text, or email our members requesting such information.

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Enrolling in Online Banking is simple and FREE:

  1. Enter your User ID
  2. Enter Phone Banking PIN as your Password
  3. Click on the LOG IN button

If you don't know your Phone Banking PIN, please contact us at 843.797.8300 (Charleston) or 800.845.0432 (Nationwide).