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$25 Amazon gift card for completing survey. An email received today went straight to the spam folder and I wonder if it's legit, from intuitincentive@mkpromosource.com

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Tax7
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The email is from: Intuit Incentive Fulfillment team <intuitincentive@mkpromosource.com>

And the subject is "A gift from Intuit". 

Is this legit? Nowadays you don't know what is fake or not.
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I was able to confirm with our marketing team that it is a legitimate email.


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I was able to confirm with our marketing team that it is a legitimate email.


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Tax7
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Thank you! @IntuitAustin
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I also received one of those.  A $25 gift card to waste my time filling out one of the 4 million surveys they send out each year doesn’t quite do it for me so I automatically deleted it.  When the e-mail says “new car”, I might consider it.

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There was a survey a month or two ago that was offering an Amazon gift card...did you take a survey?


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Tax7
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Yes! Please confirm that is a legit email. Thank you
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@Tax7
We are all just fellow software users, so "we" can't confirm anything for you.
If you are concerned & really want that $ 25, call Intuit.
Teach a man (or woman) to fish....
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Austin is kind enough to look into it.  @Tax7 should hear from him soon.
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Looks like Intuit does utilize this domain for certain reward programs.  But you probably should wait for an official response from Intuit.

https://www.intuit.com/blog/uncategorized/the-intuit-gianthustlesstartsmall-contest/

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@IntuitBettyJo Would you be able to help?  Thanks!
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I'm looking in to it @itonewbie :smile:

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dd4vols
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i spent about 30 minutes on that stupid survey a couple months ago...and then there was a bug and it would not let me complete the last page...no lie. i posted about it earlier....SMH... classic Intuit programming
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Thanks, @IntuitAustin!
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I think it was last year I tried that survey for the amazon card, got into it only to be told I didnt qualify, I didnt bother to try this time around

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