Why do links in Community emails redirect to this sales page: https://search2.quickbooksonline.com/qb-online/?priorityCode= (even the login link on that page reloads it)?

This sales page (attached) has been a problem and great annoyance since I first tried to set up a QBO account months ago and import my nonprofit’s existing QB for Mac data. Every email message link from QuickBooks support or community redirects to this sales page, which also reloads when clicking on any link on the page, including the login link. The only time it doesn’t seem to happen is if I am already logged in to QBO in a browser. Intuit nearly lost our business because of this apparent aggressive marketing tactic. (The numbers after the = in the URL appear in the attachment but not the message because the system rejected them as a telephone number.)   


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