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Thank you for this info. Good to know. Missed the name of the life long thing.can you please email it to me. Thanks, Lorraine
Thanks so much for this informative video.
I learned a lot
Love all of your videos.
I’m not computer literate in any way, shape or form. I know enough to do what I need to do with my quilting stuff, follow Facebook, Youtube and email. That’s about it. I have been using Norton for years and have never had issues of any kind with that product. Now that I’ve heard your explanation of Life Lock I believe I will call the Geek Squad at Best Buy (where I get my computer stuff) and have them add it to my coverage. You’ve explained all this in a way that my little grandma brain can understand it. Thanks a million 😀
Glad you enjoyed the video and it was helpful. The geeks at Best Buy can’t help with Lifelock. You’ll need to contact Norton to see if you already have it or if they can add it. You may already have it. Good luck! https://us.norton.com/