A. I was just relying on the information you gave me.
B. I was just relying on the information you give me.

1. I understand A is correct because the tense of the verb 'gave' is consistent with the verb 'was'. Do you think B with mixed tenses is also possible meaning the person used to rely on all the information another person usually gives (either before or now or in future)?
2. Do you think B is reasonable and idiomatic, then?

Please advise. Thanks lots.
B suggests that he is making an excuse for his past reliance on a particular piece of past information which is just part of the ongoing information still being received.
I see B is possible and correct with the meaning you explained. Thank you. Appreciate it.