Your BTC Purchase Request Has Been Approved PayPal Scam

Your BTC Purchase Request Has Been Approved PayPal Scam

The "Your BTC Purchase Request" PayPal scam email below, which claims the recipients' request has been approved and they need to call 1-806-502-7033 to cancel if they did not make the request, is being sent by scammers. The aim of the scammers is to frighten recipients into contacting them. If contacted, the scammers will attempt to trick potential victims into giving them remote access to their computers. If access is given, they will attempt to steal their potential victims' account credentials, personal or financial information and use it fraudulently.

The Your BTC Purchase Request Scam

Date: Tue, Dec 20, 2022 at 12:07 PM



Your BTC PURCHASE request has been approved. Please Print and keep a copy of this receipt for future reference.

Dear Customer,


Merchant Name: CoinBase Inc

Amount Paid: $459.99USD

Receipt No: 12548845

Transaction ID: H5HH-FG56-H6H6-DER5

This transaction may take 24Hours to show on your statement.

Please any changes to be made into your order, please call us at +1-806-502-7033.


PayPal Inc.

Note: Replying to this email won't make any changed to your order. For cancellation and refund please call us at +1-{806}-{502}-{7033}.

Item purchased can only be cancelled or returned within 24Hours of purchase.

If you receive an email which claims that you have made a PayPal payment, instead of clicking the link in the email, go directly to PayPal's website at, sign into your account and check for the so-called payment.

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  • January 18, 2023 at 9:59 PM by an anonymous user from: Buena Vista, Colorado, United States

    I received this same exact message in my email. I'm glad I've learned to do a lil bit of investigating search, cuz I've also learned that there is a lot of scams out there!

  • January 18, 2023 at 2:58 PM by an anonymous user from: Rishon Leziyon, Center District, Israel

    they sent me an email as well

    I called them

    they are a full fledged scam

    thank you

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