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Norton 1 Year Subscription Scam - Call +1 844-972-4069

Do not call the telephone number +1 844-972-4069 because it is a fake. The fake Norton technical support or customer service telephone is being used by scammers. The scammers send fake emails like the one below to potential victims asking them to call the fake telephone numbers. But, if potential victims call the telephone number, scammers will attempt to trick them into disclosing their account credentials, personal and financial information.

Norton 1 Year Subscription Scam - Call +1 844-972-4069

The "Norton 1 Year Subscription Service" Scam

From: Kurt Bell

Date: December 1, 2020 at 8:48:51 AM MST

Subject: Invoice Paid


This mail is in regard to the Norton Services registered in your name, there is a billing of $399.00 for the 1 year Subscription pending, which would be charged on your Visa/Master Card which ever connected to your account. We tried to contact you for queries but could not get through you.

Product : Norton 1 year Subscription

Account ID : 2768784778

Amount : $399.00

Payment Date : 01-12-2020

Transaction ID : NOR74892484

Payment Status : Success

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Please do not reply to this mail. This is an Auto Generated mail and Replies to this mail are not attended to

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  • December 7, 2020 at 11:48 PM by an anonymous user from: Capitol Hill, Nashville, Tennessee, United States

    they are also emailing these to many businesses! it went into spam folder, they need be caught and punished for doing this

  • December 2, 2020 at 4:28 AM by an anonymous user from: Downtown, Atlanta, Georgia, United States

    I got one of these scam messages on 12/1/2020. I checked to see where it originated from:


    Received: from ( [])

    by (Postfix) with ESMTP

    for <ken@x*>; Tue, 1 Dec 2020 16:00:58 0000 (UTC)

    Not sure if any of that is helpful, but if it helps to find this guy and enable appropriate "punishment", then I can live with that.

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