Norton Invoice Scam Subscription - Fake Emails and Texts

Scammers are sending out fake Norton invoice scam email and text messages to potential victims, which appear to have been sent from Norton. The scammers are attempting to trick their potential victims into clicking the link in the messages that goes to a fake Norton or phishing website that steals account credentials, personal and financial information. The scammers may ask potential victims to contact them at fake customer service or support telephone numbers or ask them to give them remote desktop access to their computers, something Norton will never ask their customers to do. Therefore, if you have received the same email scam, please do not follow the instructions in it, just delete it.

Norton Invoice Scam Subscription - Fake Emails and Texts
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Norton Invoice Scam Subscription - Fake Emails and Texts