Is this a scam?

I don't understand why scammers working hard to make up alot of BS. I have Norton with LifeLock included to protect my identity, can they include email check so i don't have to see this again?  I really don't have time for this nonsense.  This is what I get



Eronklin robbert <eronklinrobbert6787@gmail.com>

7:18 AM (4 hours ago)

to nortoncc2021, bcc: me

Dear User;
Thank you for your interest in our products.

Your Yearly product membership for NORTON 360 PROTECTION has been renewed & updated successfully.

ITEM TITLEEnd DateQuantityTotal AmountPayment Method

NORTON 360 PROTECTIONIn One year1$567.00 USDAutomatic Debit

Invoice No. VEIP2021ZC

Invoice Date: 23-11-2021

If you require urgent assistance, please call our Experts for refund and settlement issue on     +1 – ( 810 ) – ( 671 ) – 0940


Best Regards,

Billing Dept.



Re: Is this a scam?

lol, $567.00 for one year, wow. yeah right!!!!

Re: Is this a scam?

Every time I see one of these scam emails posted I call the phone number listed and it just rings and rings with no answer.

I guess somebody else has already called and the crooks are busy buying things with the credit cards and bank accounts they have pilfered from those callers. Guess I am just too late to give them all my confidential info. LOL


Re: Is this a scam?

Verify that an email you receive from Norton is legitimate

Report a spam or scam email to NortonLifeLock

Report Scam Phone Numbers

Learn what to do if you received a suspicious phone call, email, or mail

Fraudulent companies carry out technical support scams by posing as software support providers and claim to offer support on behalf of major technology companies. They set up fake websites, send scam emails, offer free security scans, or send alarming messages to convince you that your computer is infected or needs to be fixed.


Scams Involving Fraudulent Use of NortonLifeLock Branding

What to do if you fall for an email scam


Re: Is this a scam?

How to Recognize and Avoid Phishing Scams

Avoiding and Reporting Scams

Check if your email address is in a data breach

Pwned Passwords

Hacked Email

  • Never click on links or download attachments from unknown sources.  
  • Hover your mouse over the links contained in emails to check if they are legitimate– don’t click unless you are sure they are safe.  
  • Question the validity of any email that asks you to submit personal or financial information.  

Re: Is this a scam?

I've received at least 6 today alone...before lunch! Seems like we should be protected from these too?


Re: Is this a scam?

There is nothing anyone can do to stop spam from being sent to you. All you can do is be a wise user that can recognise the scam and use your email client to filter out this spam.

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