Which of the following sentences would be correct?

  1. I am following up with a purchase.

  2. I am following up on a purchase.

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The phrase "follow up with" is used for someone. Example : You should follow up with him later.

"Follow up on" is used for something. So, you can use "I am following up on a purchase."

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