How to View Chrome Saved Credit Card Numbers

If you need to check, update, or delete your credit card numbers saved by Google Chrome’s Autofill feature, it’s easy to do so using the browser’s payment method settings.

RAYMOND OGLESBY @RaymondOglesby2
February 10, 2022

If you need to check, update, or delete your credit card numbers saved by Google Chrome’s Autofill feature, it’s easy to do so using the browser’s payment method settings. Let’s explore how this is done.

This is for devices running Google Chrome

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First, open Google Chrome on your Mac, PC, or Linux computer. In any Chrome window, click the three vertical dots button in the top right-hand corner. In the menu, click Settings. Refer to the below image:

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Accessing Settings

Next, click the Autofill option in the sidebar, and select Payment methods. See the below image:

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Accessing Payment methods

Now, look for a subsection also called Payment methods near the bottom of the window. If Chrome has previously saved any credit cards, they will be listed here. To see more information on any card, click the three-dots button beside it. See the following image:

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Accessing more information about the card

Next, in the small menu, select the Edit option. Refer to the below image:

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Accessing to Edit the card

Now, in the Edit card pop-up window, you can see the full number of the credit card, its expiration date, the name on the card, and the card’s nickname. See the below image:

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Editing the card information and Save your change(s)

While on the card’s edit screen, you can make changes to the stored card information if necessary, or copy and paste the information to another destination. When you are done making changes, click Save. If you have a problem saving your card information, you will see a small pop-up window at the bottom center of the screen regarding an error.

Back on the Payment methods screen, if you would like to add a new credit card that Chrome will use in Autofill, click the Add button. Or if you would like to delete a credit card saved in Google Chrome, click the three-dots button beside the card in the list and select the Remove option. See the following image:

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Add a new card or remove an existing one

Next, close the Settings tab, and you are good to go. Any time you need to refer to your stored cards again, just revisit Google Chrome:

Settings > Autofill > Payment Methods

Managing Google Pay

If you are logged into a Google account in Chrome and have a credit card linked to Google Pay, you will see it listed. Google Pay is primarily used for mobile payments with your credit, debit, or loyalty cards. You can tap your phone to contactless readers to make payments.  Open:

Settings > Autofill > Payment methods

To view details about a Google Pay-linked card, click the icon beside it (that looks like a square with an arrow inside it), and the Google Pay website will open. Refer to the below image:

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Accessing a Google Pay credit card

Now, if you have a balance on the card, you will not be able to view the entire credit card number like you can with a card that was stored by Autofill locally (see section above). But you can view the last four digits and expiration date. See the below image where we are on the Google Pay website but we do not have an account balance:

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The Google Pay website

You can also add or remove a stored card on the Google Pay website by clicking Remove or Add Payment Method.

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