Norton Total Protection Email Scam - 1–810–545–8639

The Norton Total Protection email scam below, which claims the recipient's Norton Total Protection subscription has been renewed and updated, is being sent by scammers. The aim of the scammers is to trick their potential victims into calling them at the fake Norton antivirus technical support: 1–810–545–8639 in Norton scam email.

Norton Total Protection Email Scam - 1–810–545–8639

The Norton Total Protection Email Scam

Hi Subscriber!

Your Yearly product subscription for NORTON TOTAL PROTECTION has been renewed and updated successfully.

The amount charged will be available within the next 24 to 48 hrs on your profile of account.

Product Information:

INVOICE ID @ VER88009YK

ITEM NAME @ NORTON TOTAL PROTECTION

ISSUE DATE @ 2022-01-18

FINISH DATE @ 1 year from START DATE

TOTAL AMOUNT @ $212.20USD

METHOD OF PAYMENT @ Auto Debit

If you wish to unsubscribe and ask for a REIMBURSE then please feel free to call our BILLING & SETTLEMENT DEPARTMENT as soon as possible.

You can Reach us on : +1 – ( 810 ) – ( 545 ) – 8639

Regards,

BILLING & SETTLEMENT DEPARTMENT

If the telephone number in the Norton Total Protection email scam is called, the scammers will be contacted and attempt to trick the caller into disclosing their account credentials, personal and financial information. They may also ask their potential victims for remote access to their computers so they can silently steal their personal information or use their computer cyber attacks.

If you have received the Norton scam email, please delete it and do not follow the instructions in it.

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