Email from person I dont know

Norton Store #65985922<[Removed]>

9:45 AM

To  [Removed]

Invoice No - NOR578678141

Thanks For Your Autorenewal Request

This is a Auto-system generated notification to inform you about the purchase of 2 Years Norton LifeLock. You will soon receive an email with your product New activation key. You've charged a Sum of $418.00 for this service.

Date - 17 January 2022

Registered Email - [Removed]

Customer Support - +1 (800) 699-0654

Product Description - Norton LifeLock

Validity - 2 Years (One Device)

Amount - $399.00

Tax - $19.00

Total - $418.00

Payment Mode - Auto Debit

NOTE: If you wish, you can cancel this subscription within 2 days.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require any further information regarding this matter.

Customer Support - +1 (800) 699-0654

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Re: Email from person I dont know

Verify that an email you receive from Norton is legitimate 

Report a spam or scam email to NortonLifeLock

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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. 

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