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Thank you for your Security-renewal purchase. Your Account/Card has been debited for $299.00 (charges may appear later) Order Details To find more information on your order and to manage your subscription please call us. Order Number : NA620365 Customer ID : 143786 3 Years Protection Support : Microsoft® Windows®, Mac OS® Payment Mode : Direct Debit Amount Debit : $299.00 Renewal - Norton™360-LifeLock with Webroot® You are Eligible to Cancel your Subscription for a Refund by Calling our Billing Support at +1(818)-570-5973 If we Missed your call please leave a message with your name or your order number. Our Support team will call you back with instructions to cancel your service. Your Basic Security was included with your Internet Service has Expired. Subscription may have been purchased through third party offering. if you have multiple subscriptions you can manage it by calling us. Note: This is a system-generated email so replying to this email will not cancel your subscription. ________________________________________ Customer Service and Support Lifelock 360 Inc | 350 Ellis St | California | ©2022 All Rights reserved To Stop Receiving our emails please Unsubscribe



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Is this spam? 

You received spam/scam email. 
Just delete the spam/scam email. 
Do not interact with the spam/scam email. 

The Better Business Bureau is warning people about emails using Norton Protection’s likeness.

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Check if your email address is in a data breach

  • 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.  

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