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Subscription Renewal email offering a different price

Hi,  Yesterday I renewed my subscription cost £74.98 and today had a mail offering same for £44.99 from the following e mail address :- 

Norton <norton@secure.norton.com.   Conytacting Customer support and giving all the details, I was eventually cut off and was unable to restart the chat.

Since there are a number of scams around I am wondering if the e mail was a scam.  I have previously been scammed by someone purporting to be from Norton.

In addition, has there been a change to the support contact, since I noted the queue numbers increasing AND decreasing several time nefore I was able to post my query.

Thanks

[Edit: Clarified Subject]

Thématiques: Norton 360, Subscription

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Re: Subscription Renewal email offering a different price

 If you receive an email and want to verify if it is from Norton, check if the sender's email address is from one of the following domains.

  • [...]

  • @secure.norton.com

  • [...]

Please review: 
https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/v71088498 - 11/09/2021



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Please turn off VPN. 
Please Sign In to your Norton account before Contact Norton Support. 
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Re: Subscription Renewal email offering a different price

Please review: 
Is norton(@)secure.norton.com address a legitimate one used by Norton?
https://community.norton.com/en/forums/nortonsecurenortoncom-address-legitimate-one-used-norton

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Re: Subscription Renewal email offering a different price

Thanks for all your comments. The 2 mails received (before and after) the renewal did NOT include additional services. This was obviously a marketing error which led to the confusion. Thanks again.

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