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Norton US LLC Subscription Renewal Notification Cancellation Scam

Do not call the telephone number (810)-366-9432 because it is a fake. The fake Norton or technical support 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 US LLC Subscription Renewal Notification Cancellation Scam
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The Norton US LLC Subscription Renewal Notification Cancellation Scam

From: Service Norton <receiptnortoncenterforusa@gmail.com>

Date: 09/08/2020 7:37 AM

Subject: Subscription Renewal Notification

Dear Margaret Reed

This Mail is from "Norton Us LLC" and it is regarding your computer internet security protection. Your Service Plan has expired today and has been "Auto Renewed " For $300.00 for a period of 5 years.

You will see the DEBITED TRANSACTION in your account statement as a payment to "NORTON LLC"

It may take a few moments for this transaction to appear in your account.. For Further Inquiries and details contact us at- (810)-366-9432.

The INVOICE has been issued and your checking account/Debit card has been charged. You will see the Debit Transaction in your account statement as payment to NORTON LLC.

ORDER NO:- 98457321

INVOICE ID:- NOR452-CNY721

AMOUNT:- $300.00

If you have any Question or want a refund for this order. Please call on our Toll-Free Number (810)-366-9432, And

Click here For Cancellation

Thanks so much for joining our services!

Warm Regards

Justin Parker

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Norton US LLC Subscription Renewal Notification Cancellation Scam