Attempting to acquire sensitive information like usernames, passwords and credit card details via e-mails by a non-trustworthy entity looking similar to legitimate ones is famously known as phishing. At Taxexcise, a responsible web service provider, we wish to make things clear so that our customers do not fall prey to these digital monsters. We DO NOT request or demand our customers to reveal their password or financial information via e-mails or any social media tools. The following is a template of what we have never done before and we would never experiment in future as well.
We have received notice that you recently filed and paid your tax dues from your checking account through us.
If this information is incorrect, someone may have misused your account details. As a safety measure, kindly visit http://www.taxexcise.com/verifyyourdata.aspx to verify your personal information so that it helps us resolve this issue for you.
We are happy that you have chosen us.
Be cognizant of what to do when, with respect to your safe e-file provider, Taxexcise.
1. When you get such emails, neither reply or click on any links that it may carry. Do not open any attachments, if present. Forward the mailer to firstname.lastname@example.org and delete it from your mailbox.
2. When you get a phone call from an individual claiming to be from Taxexcise and you suspect him/her, request a call back number, his/her employee number and cross check the same with authentic Taxexcise professionals at 866-245-3918 and proceed with their advice.
3. When you find a website that looks similar to Taxexcise, please check for the ‘https’ certificates because, that authenticates our site identity and your security.
We know what we do for your safety. More than us, you should. Be wise. File safely with us!