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Why did you charge me more than $100 over last year for my subscription?

I've had a subscription for Norton Security for 4 years. I just noticed that every other year I'm being charged more than $100 over the previous year subscription. Why? Have I been overcharged $200?

Thank you,

Steve

Windows, Norton™ Security Premium Subscription Renewal

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Re: Why did you charge me more than $100 over last year for my subscription?

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Why every other year? 
Maybe, renewal $ change? 
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Re: Why did you charge me more than $100 over last year for my subscription?

@Steve B622
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Re: Why did you charge me more than $100 over last year for my subscription?

@Steve B622
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Re: Why did you charge me more than $100 over last year for my subscription?

@Steve B622
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