Coinbase Global PayPal Purchase Payment Scam Email

Coinbase Global PayPal Purchase Payment Scam Email

The fake Coinbase Global PayPal purchase confirmation email below, which claims the recipients have made a payment to Coinbase Global Inc, and they have the option of canceling it, is a phishing scam. The fake email is being sent by cybercriminals to trick PayPal users into contacting them via the fake PayPal technical support telephone number 1 888-291-5269.

The Coinbase Global PayPal Purchase Email


Hi ...

Please see the details of your purchase below.

Purchase Date

Transaction ID



Amount Paid


Coinbase Global Inc.

0.067 BTC


Reach us at +1 [888]-[291]-[5269]

If you have any inquiries regarding your account, or orders, kindly call the toll-free number provided below. To report any suspicious activity, get in touch with us at the earliest.

America Centre Drive, San Jose, CA 95002.

You recently transacted with us, which is why this email is being sent to you. For this to appear in your statement, please allow 1-2 working days.

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Coinbase Global PayPal Purchase Payment Scam Email