Norton Protection Renewal Scam - 1-866-361-2726

The fake Norton Protection Renewal email below is a scam. The fake email is being sent by scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into calling them at 1-866-361-2726, thinking they are calling Norton. Therefore, recipients of the fake email asking them to call 1-866-361-2726, are asked not to do so, they should just delete the email.

Norton Protection Renewal Scam - 1-866-361-2726

The Norton Protection Renewal Scam

__NORTON valuable purchaser__

thank you for using our norton pc protection and being a loyal customer for the PAST one year.

your pc support plan has expired yesterday; HENCE your subscription plan is auto renewed.

since you HAVE chosen the auto renewal option we have billed your saved account detail for the annual amount of your plan upon the expiration of YOUR contract.

If you wish to cancel OUR services, please contact us within 24 hours after receiving this email confirmation.

--PROTECTION details—

invoice : NHUT52666M

date : 07th SEP 2021

payment METHOD : online

protection PRICE : $241.48

contact OUR support team at +1 - (866) - (361) - (2726) monday to friday 8 am to 4 pm est.

if this order is not placed by you or if you think someone is gaining access to your NORTON account to make a purchase THEN please feel free to reach us to cancel anytime and get a refund.

thank you

regard

NORTON billing department

@norton protection Ltd. all rights reserved

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  • March 29, 2022 at 9:17 AM by info

    Received this scam:

    'From: "Norton Billing" <quickbooks@notification.intuit.com>

    Sent: Mon, Mar 28, 2022 at 3:39 PM

    Subject: Invoice 127007958 from Norton Billing

    INVOICE 127007958 DETAILS

    Norton Billing

    DUE 03/28/2022

    $489.35

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    Dear,

    Thank you for using Norton®. Protection. As per the Agreement we have charged you an amount of $489.35 for Norton®. Protection.

    As you have selected the auto-renewal subscription method during the last checkout.

    Hence your subscription of $489.35 is auto Renewed and the charge will reflect on your bank account in 24hrs. We tried to contact you on your register number for queries but could not get through.

    For Any Query or Support or to cancel the Subscription and report and dispute please contact our Norton®. Protection. Fraud Detection Team 1 877 421 7645

    Regards

    James D.

    Norton Protection

    1877 421 7645 (toll-free

    We appreciate your business. Please find your invoice details here. Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

    Have a great day!

    Norton Billing

    Bill to

    United States

    Terms Paid

    Norton Protection $489.35

    Norton life lock antivirus

    1 X $489.35

    Balance due $489.35

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  • December 2, 2021 at 9:02 AM by an anonymous user from: Loudoun, Ashburn, Virginia, United States

    Got similar email, asked to call (866)-542–1594, email was from a Gmail account, lol, Norton doing business from a Gmail account. Had misspelled words and looked fishy.

  • October 7, 2021 at 2:35 PM by an anonymous user from: Weld, Longmont, Colorado, United States

    Got this email today. Nearly identical (including the odd word that is all caps or bolded) with just small detail differences, including a different phone number: 1 866 457 1594.

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Norton Protection Renewal Scam - 1-866-361-2726