Posted: 15-May-2020 | 5:58AM · 3 Replies · Permalink
been with you all along time i always buy the the pre paid card norton 360 deluxe now you will loose a lot of business prepaid card and still want a credit card to activate what part of pre paid subscription dont you understand
Posted: 15-May-2020 | 8:23PM · Permalink
After entering the Key Code and then signing into Norton, the next window where it asks you to click agree to auto renewal, look to the left side and see if there is a small link that says SKIP. If not, you'll have to agree and enter a CC. However, after activation, you can log into your My Norton Account and turn off auto renewal and then delete your billing information.
I know this is somewhat frustrating and there has been a huge push back. however, Norton's response has been this prevents gaps in your coverage due to forgetting to renew that can leave your system open to attack. On one side it does make sense but, for others that don't like putting their CC on the internet or simply don't have one, it puts them at a disadvantage of either not wanting to or not able to comply with this policy.
Posted: 21-Aug-2020 | 11:07PM · Permalink
Do you see my account?
I'm gone now.
bye bye Norton
Posted: 21-Aug-2020 | 11:12PM · Permalink
" Norton's response has been this prevents gaps in your coverage due to forgetting to renew that can leave your system open to attack. "
See, Norton is really just taking good care of us.
How did you get a response from Norton?