Intuit Geek Squad Auto Renewal Scam Email 2023: Beware!

Did you receive an email from an Intuit address about renewal confirmation from Geek Squad? Were you told to call a number to cancel subscription and claim refund? Beware! It is a scam. It is not from the real Geek Squad

Currently, more than two thousand people have complained of receiving Geek Squad scam Auto renewal Email. It goes like this;

From: Intuit E-Commerce Service ([email protected])

Subject: Invoice# GK-2598244 ~ Payment Confimation


Dear Customer,

Thank you for your Subscription!

Here is renewal confirmation of Your Invoice No : #GK-2598244.

We have successfully renewed your service.

Review your receipt and get started using your product.

For any assistance call us on 1~808~515~3770

Product – Quantity – Term – Price

Computer Protection – 1 – 3 Years – 325.99 USD

InvoiceNo: #GK-2598244

Date: 04/21/2022

Total: 325.99 USD

The amount has been already charged and will show up within 24 hours in your bank statement. If you wish to cancel your subscription and claim for your refund then call us on 1~808~515~3770 make sure your computer is on when you call.




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The aim of this email is to trick people into calling the fake Geek Squad helpline numbers. So far the following numbers have been used –

How do You Know It’s a Scam?

First of all, the email address is a dead giveaway. It is malicious and not from the alleged company. Email used include; [email protected],[email protected], [email protected], etc.

Secondly, when we tried contacting the telephone numbers, the receiver was lacking proper English, and kept demanding for money. Thirdly, the only legit Geek Squad telephone number is 1-888-880-5019.

What Should You Do If You Receive Spam Emails Like This

No matter how convincing it make sound, we advise you not to call the number or click the link, or attempt to send a message to the number. This is because once you do so, they would find a way to convince you to send money or your personal information.

If you were tricked by the scam, please contact your bank for help.

Don’t forget  to forward suspicious, malicious, or phishing email messages to us Here. Also, you can report scams, untrustworthy websites and tell us why you consider the websites fraudulent. See similar phishing scam; Wal Tracking Scam, Delware BPO Scam, Publix 90TH Anniversary, etc.

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