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I received an email asking that I logged onto <Removed Active Phishing Link> to get sercuity upgrades. When I tried, I received a message that the site was reported by Microsoft as unsafe. I tried to access Norton and receive error message each time. I tried the support chat option but cannot access it. Any suggestions?

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Hi umf313,

 

Please see the following link for info regarding phishing/scam emails:

 

http://forums.xfinity.com/t5/Anti-Virus-Software-Internet/Comcast-Email-Phish-or-Legit-How-to-Tell-a...

 

Then I would suggest you use the following.link to contact Norton support for Comcst's Norton Support in the future:

 

https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/norton-security-suite/5.0/contact?abproduct=Norton+Security+Suit...

 

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