Norton Inc Email Scam from

Norton Inc Email Scam from

The Norton Inc email scam below, which appears to have been sent from asking recipients to call 1-877-421-7645, is being sent by scammers. The aim of the scammers is to use the Norton scam to trick their potential victims into calling them at the fake Norton customer support telephone. If they are contacted, they will pretend to be from Norton Antivirus and ask the caller to disclose their account credentials, personal and financial information, which they will use fraudulently.

The Norton Inc Email Scam

From: "Norton Billing"

Sent: Mon, May 30, 2022 at 12:43 PM

Subject: Invoice 127007958 from Norton Billing


Norton Billing

DUE 05/30/2022


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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


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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If you were tricked by the Norton scam into giving them access to your account, please change your password. And, if you were tricked into diclosing your financial information, please contact your bank for help.

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  • July 15, 2022 at 5:56 PM by an anonymous user from: Conroe, Texas, United States

    we were tricked on following voice instructions (male India accent) to go to at which point a new screen appears. then unfortunately we clicked the *.exe button at which point they took over our mouse. We closed when they asked for logging onto our bank account. closing, running antivirus (AVG), restarting was no help, they still took over the mouse. we don't have a "bitlocker" MSN account 48-number digit code for re-installing Windows, at this point, hoping to get the data off, scan/clean the data and just trash this Jan 2021 ThinkPad Lenovo Windows 10.

  • June 8, 2022 at 1:11 PM by an anonymous user from: St Louis, Missouri, United States

    They are still at it but they used a different phone number: 1 888 980 0047

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