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Possible "Symantec" Phishing Email?

Received an email that looked like a phishing email. Is it legit or not? Here it is:

Dear Norton Subscriber!

This is to inform you that Annual Subscription of your Norton protection software will be expiring soon. At the expiration your computer might be vulnerable to harmful online threats and malicious trojans unless you renew your Norton subscription.

We are pleased to let you know that you have been nominated for Norton Renewal Offer. Hence you are requested to renew your annual subscription with this offer.

 

With this limited offer you are eligible to get following benefits:

 

14 Months of Extra Subscription with 3-Year Norton Renewal

 

12 Months of Extra Subscription with 2-Year Norton Renewal

 

03 Months of Extra Subscription with 1-Year Norton Renewal

 

 

To renew your Norton Subscription with this offer, please click the link below.

Renew My Norton[lc . chat/now/10267687/]

Your Promotional Coupon code is : NRO2(Deleted)12M

With Regards,                                                                                                            Norton Promotional Team

Thank you for choosing Norton!

 

You are currently subscribed as (Deleted) If you prefer not to receive future e-mails from us. Please reply to this email with the word Unsubscribe.

Symantec Corporation. All rights reserved. Symantec, the Symantec logo, Norton, and Norton 360 are trademarks or registered trademarks of Symantec Corporation or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries.

 

Symantec Corporation, 20540 Josephs Creek Blvd. St. Diego, California 92105 U.S.A.

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Kudos0

Re: Possible "Symantec" Phishing Email?

Please review: Make sure that the Norton email that you received is legitimate
https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/v71088498


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Re: Possible "Symantec" Phishing Email?

This email is not legitimate. This spam campaign has been reported on the forum a few times in the past.

https://de.community.norton.com/fr/node/1285221

The address listed at the end of the email looks fake.

Kudos0

Re: Possible "Symantec" Phishing Email?

American Eagle:

Received an email that looked like a phishing email. Is it legit or not? Here it is:

Dear Norton Subscriber!

This is to inform you that Annual Subscription of your Norton protection software will be expiring soon. At the expiration your computer might be vulnerable to harmful online threats and malicious trojans unless you renew your Norton subscription.

We are pleased to let you know that you have been nominated for Norton Renewal Offer. Hence you are requested to renew your annual subscription with this offer.

 With this limited offer you are eligible to get following benefits:

 14 Months of Extra Subscription with 3-Year Norton Renewal

 12 Months of Extra Subscription with 2-Year Norton Renewal

 03 Months of Extra Subscription with 1-Year Norton Renewal

 To renew your Norton Subscription with this offer, please click the link below.

Renew My Norton

Your Promotional Coupon code is : NRO2(Deleted)12M

With Regards,                                                                                                            Norton Promotional Team

Thank you for choosing Norton!

You are currently subscribed as (Deleted) If you prefer not to receive future e-mails from us. Please reply to this email with the word Unsubscribe.

Symantec Corporation. All rights reserved. Symantec, the Symantec logo, Norton, and Norton 360 are trademarks or registered trademarks of Symantec Corporation or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries.
Symantec Corporation, 20540 Josephs Creek Blvd. St. Diego, California 92105 U.S.A.

 Renew My Norton link: 
https://safeweb.norton.com/report/show?url=secure.livechatinc.com/licence/10267687/v2/open_chat.cgi?groups=0

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