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Access vital funding to help your business remain open, continue paying your employees, and recover from unplanned circumstances due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Paychex has created an easy-to-use online tool that details the specific federal relief programs and refundable credits available through the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES). The tool includes helpful links to applications and a comparison chart of loan programs (Paycheck Protection Program and the Economic Injury Disaster Loan program) to help you address what would best meet the needs of your current circumstances.

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We recommend discussing these options with your accountant or trusted advisor to determine the best course of action to leverage the incentives available.

Paychex is actively working to help make the PPP loan application process simpler. If you’re a Paychex client, we’re creating a report and ensuring it reflects changes introduced April 2 by the federal government. To utilize the report, your business or your clients’ business must have run payroll with Paychex in 2019.

Trickbot Using Fake Paychex Email Domain to Deliver Malware

A malware Trojan, Trickbot, is being delivered via email using a spoofed Paychex domain. The email appears to come from Paychex, but the domain paychex.email is not a legitimate Paychex domain and Paychex did not send the email. Paychex systems are secure and have not been hacked or compromised.  

The email that was sent out looks like:

trickbot email

The email contains an attachment that will deliver Trickbot Malware to the victim if it’s opened. Trickbot seeks to steal user credential information (usernames and passwords) when the user logs into financial and/or payroll processing related websites. Trickbot Malware is targeted to many financial and payroll processing companies and is not specific to Paychex. More information about Trickbot can be found here.

If you receive an email like this, delete it. Do not click on any links or open any attachments. If you clicked on a link or opened an attachment and believe your information may have been compromised, we strongly recommend that you work with your IT professional to remove the malware. Your user credentials for any sites targeted by Trickbot will be vulnerable until it is removed.   

If you believe your Paychex accounts may be compromised, contact Paychex Online Support at 888-246-7500. And, monitor your accounts for any unusual activity.