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Norton Internet Security by Symantec Corp.

Norton internet securityNorton Internet Security, which is produced by Symantec Corp, is pre-installed on many new computers, both desktop and laptop. Norton Internet Security is designed for the purpose of protecting the computer from on-line threats such as spy ware, viruses, worms and hackers.

The pre-installed version of the Norton Internet Security is good for 60 days. After this time period, users are prompted by pop ups warning that the users' subscriptions to Norton Internet Security will be turned off if they do not renew their subscriptions.

These pop ups continue to appear even if users have renewed their subscriptions, thereby confusing users and causing them to renew their subscriptions again. These overpayments, users complain, are retained by Symantec.

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Norton Overpayments Amount to Double Billing
It's ironic that Norton Internet Security software is far from secure when it comes to charging the consumer. Cheryl Rider (not her real name) was charged twice on her credit card for a Norton Internet Security subscription. "I thought I had to pay Symantec again because this pop-up kept on appearing on my screen, warning me that Norton Internet Security would be taken off if I don't renew."


Norton Internet Security Legal Help

If you have sent Symantec multiple payments for your Norton Internet Security software due to pop up prompts, and have not been reimbursed, please click the link below to send your complaint to a lawyer to evaluate your claim at no cost or obligation.
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Norton Overpayments Amount to Double Billing
November 12, 2007
Seattle, WA It's ironic that Norton Internet Security software is far from secure when it comes to charging the consumer. Cheryl Rider (not her real name) was charged twice on her credit card for a Norton Internet Security subscription. "I thought I had to pay Symantec again because this pop-up kept on appearing on my screen, warning me that Norton Internet Security would be taken off if I don't renew."
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This very thing happened to me and I renewed and found I had coverage for another several months. They extended my contract for coverage till April 1017, but this was shady. and confusing. want to be notified of class action settlement when available.

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