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Kudos0

Lifelock Scam?

Is this a scam E-Mail solicitation that I received?

Hi,

Thanks again for choosing Norton Life Lock ! Here's your invoice and a few bits of other important information. Please have a look, and save this email - it mightcome in handy. if you would like to Cancel or Refund Call Now 888 654 0904

Billed Amount                    Order date

569.99 USD                       February 24, 2021

Product ID                        Billing Mode.

NL983UY                          Checking Account

Need to download your invoice, update your preferred payment method, or (gaspa!) cancel your subscription? Just viit our handy, 24/7 subscription portal.

You received this email because we received a request for activation for your account. If you didn't request this renewal you can call us

To stop receiving these emails, you can stop at any time.

Paste 3476S. Broadway St. City, State 45673

© 2020 NLock, Inc.

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Kudos0

Re: Lifelock Scam?

Is this a scam E-Mail solicitation that I received?

Yes


Verify that an email you receive from Norton is legitimate
https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/v71088498

Scams Involving Fraudulent Use of NortonLifeLock Branding
https://www.nortonlifelock.com/blogs/feature-stories/fraudulent-use-nortonlifelock-brand(link is external)

Learn more about technical support scams and steps to avoid them
https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/v105274822

What Is a Tech Support Scam?
https://www.nortonlifelock.com/about/legal/anti-piracy/tech-support-scams

How to recognize and avoid tech support scams
https://us.norton.com/internetsecurity-online-scams-how-to-recognize-and-avoid-tech-support-scams.html

Remove Fake pop-up or tech support scam messages that warn the computer is infected
https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/threat-removal-solutions/current/solutions/v122764455


  • 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.  

What to do if you fall for an email scam
https://us.norton.com/internetsecurity-online-scams-what-to-do-when-you-fall-for-an-email-scam.html


Avoiding and Reporting Scams
https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/features/scam-alerts

Kudos0

Re: Lifelock Scam?

I would say it is about 24 standard deviations from the real thing. :)

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