Positive I didn't buy anything from Intuit in that time frame, I called to have it refunded. As a high-level Pro-Advisor, the Intuit techs have been more than cooperative about refunding mistakes in the past. But this time is different.
My bank account was frauded, Basically, someone ordered expensive checks and envelopes and Intuit charged it to my bank account. The techs sent me the invoice; explained that the ordering system was hacked, the guy dong it was a known problem, Intuit had the checks returned before they got into his hands, and yet still, Intuit is NOT WILLING TO REFUND ME MY MONEY. They, and no one is saying who "they" are, are saying, "take it to your bank."
My bank, Chase, will not refund the money because they claim that being an ACH withdrawal, I would have had to report it within 48 hours. Since the charge was on June 1st, and the statement does not arrive until July 10th, I couldn't have possibly noticed unless I was checking my checking account online. My cash flow is always fine, and my bank account has been good for 20 years, partially because I've protected it like a dog. Even when I do order checks, I charge it to my credit card. So while I will be reporting Chase to the consumer protection agency, and will be changing banks, I don't really want my account closed down immediately.
Are you ready for this? My VERY NEXT CLIENT WAS FRAUDED TOO! Intuit stole $291.82 from her bank account too. I knew it was fraud right away because that's an income-only checking account. The client never never writes checks, or authorizes any withdrawals on this account. This client has never even ordered Intuit checks for her own company. When I had her buy updated Intuit software, she used a credit card. So Intuit has never had her bank account number.
I do believe in acts of God, but more likely this is an Intuit breach that they are handling badly. Please check your bank account and those of your clients?