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Uninstalling is near impossible, and the program takes up the vast majority of my computing space no matter what I have it on. If the option were Norton or a virus, I would take my chances with the virus instead, the computer runs about the same with Norton as it does...
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  • Running my computer like it was made in the 80s
I didn't like
  • Running my computer like it was made in the 80s
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I cannot believe they done it again. I had cancelled my subscription over a year ago and low and behold they took another € 64 again I have blocked them from doing it again but they will not refund anything that is over 60 days old. I am so angry with them, The have...
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Anonymous

Same with me. Norton are thieves and I will certainly never buy anything from them again. I am going to phone my bank and block them from taking anything again. Over £80, they...

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John Robinson

ITS UNBELIEVABLE THAT THIS CAN HAPPEN AND NO ONE TO HELP, WHAT ABOUT CONSUMER AFFAIRS

#1232748
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Called in January to Cancel out my services, after getting thru that I received notification via email, that my auto pay was cancelled. Low and behold, March 1st, notified by my bank that my account was overdrawn after looking at my transactions and seeing a norton...
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h.kitchener
h.kitchener

Auto pay is a very dangerous way of paying bills, wouldn't you now agree? Stop doing that.

#1201441
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I cannot believe you have the audacity to sent me pop ups 3 - 4 times a day to renew my starter pack with you. I never asked for your product and because of my recent experience with you I never will. Why can't you just take No Thanks and leave people alone? Is your...
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  • All of it
#1180503
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I noticed from a recent bank statement that Norton took £59.99 out of my account on 5th December. I didn't authorise this payment to Norton and have no idea of what it is for. Secondly, I'm surprised that Norton charged me an exorbitant £129.00 in Jan 2018 for renewal...
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#1175731
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I just received an "IMPORTANT" letter via US Mail regarding my Norton account and that I must go to their website to TURN ON the auto renewal feature. My subscription renews in JUNE 2018! Norton and I 'got into it' in 2017 when I saw a suspicious charge to my bank...
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#1169110
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I purchase the 5 Device Licence from Amazon (email version) and it unusable. I have had account for years with Norton but none of the password I have used in the passed would work. I tried changing the password but that would not work. My efforts used the new version...
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h.kitchener
h.kitchener

Uninstall Norton completely---make sure you download the small "clean uninstall" for Norton from either their website or online to ensure all files and other junk Norton puts ...

#1163396
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I am disappointed that I have been charged without my consent in the last 5 years. Total $500 for auto renewal. This is unfair and not an ethical practice. Customer service claims that Norton send an email for auto renewal, these emails went unnoticed and Norton...
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  • No refund of my money
  • Auto renewal with out consent
  • This is like cheating the customer
#1152450
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due for renewal, not tech knowledge/ need to speak with a human being. At age 85, I need to be able to renew by phone & cannot get a telephone number rather than the continued frustrating repeat of the same boxes to fill out over and over and over again that gets me no...
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#1142264
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I tried Norton antivirus this afternoon and I did not want the product. I had given them my email to setup the account. I want my account deleted. I spent almost an hour on a chat session and first they said they could not because of "legal restrictions". I asked for...
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pissedatcomcastAGAIN
pissedatcomcastAGAIN

I used my work email - that was a mistake. It was the time I spent online with them going round & round.

h.kitchener
h.kitchener

How did you manage to lose $250? You gave them your email address and yes, they will keep it in their files and probably try to sell you something in the future. The easiest t...

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  • Lies
  • Customer services
  • Story kept changing
#1138063
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