I want to cancel my norton account
I don`t need it any more
I think the best thing to do would be to contact the Norton company and request for you account to be canceled, you can usually find their number on their website. Once that is complete it will be up to you to decide whether you want to have the Norton application on your computer or if you want to uninstall it. But as a friendly reminder don't uninstall the Norton application off your computer until you have contacted the Norton Company by phone first. If you do you will be paying for an account with no Norton application present on the computer and that would be a waste of money.... hope this helped you out
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