PayPal Sent a Payment To Norton Security LLC Scam

The fake PayPal email below, which claims a payment was sent to Norton Security LLC is a scam. Recipients of the fake email are asked not to call 1-800-766-5530 as instructed because it is not a fake PayPal customer service telephone number. The scammers behind the fake email trick potential victims into calling them by claiming an unauthorized payment was made, which we know is not true. If the potential victims call the fake PayPal telephone number, they will be asked for account credentials, personal and financial information. Once the scammers steal the information they need, they will use it to scam their victims.

PayPal Sent a Payment To Norton Security LLC Scam

The PayPal Sent a Payment To Norton Security LLC Scam

Receipt for your recent order ID (# ODR-0701-8120)

Order Status <cares@usservice.co>

Thu 1/7/2021 4:32 PM

Pay Pal

Thank You.

Dear Customer!

You sent a payment of $386.98 USD to Norton Security llc !!

ORDER ID: ODR-0701-8120

( Please keep a copy of this receipt for your records.)

YOUR ORDER INFORMATION:

Order ID:

ODR-0701-8120

Dispatch details

The seller hasn’t provided any dispatch details yet.

Shipped To:

You haven't entered any instructions.

HERE'S WHAT YOU ORDERED:

Product:

Price:

NORTON SECURITY LIFE LOCK

$ 386.98

TOTAL [USD]:

$ 386.98

CUSTOMER HELP-DESK : 1-800-766-5530

You can cancel your order at any time before we ship it. If you want to cancel this order, please contact our Customer Help-Desk. Any item purchased on our store is eligible for refund within 14 days of purchase.

Need Help? Contact Customer Help-Desk

1-800-766-5530

If you have been tricked by the PayPal Sent a Payment To Norton Security LLC scam, please contact PayPal for help and your bank if you have given the scammers your credit card information.

If you received emails claiming an unauthorized transaction was made on your PayPal account, always go directly to www.paypal.com, sign in to your account and check your transaction history. If there is no such transaction, you know someone is attempting to scam you.

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  • February 1, 2021 at 3:55 PM by an anonymous user from: Randall, Amarillo, Texas, United States

    I received a similar email saying it was for Malwarebytes. I couldn't locate the number anywhere, and the email address was from the one above. I'm going to ignore it. They're very real looking.

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PayPal Sent a Payment To Norton Security LLC Scam