The company notes that this information is available only to users who own the purchase.
Google stores the user's online purchases through email, which receives payment approvals for products and services, Cnet Reports.
View the history of their purchases during the last 5 years can be on the link.
The company notes that this information is only available to users who own the purchase, in which case it can be deleted.
To do this, click Purchase, then ask for information, and open a confirmation email for Gmail with Google and add your purchase to the list. By deleting a letter, you delete the purchase details.
The company also says it can track purchases through Google Express, Google Play Store, or Google Assistant to "help people control their purchases, orders, and subscriptions."
"We do not use information from your Gmail messages to show you ads, including receipts and verification emails that appear on your purchase page," Google representatives wrote.