How to buy online using Google Chrome


Buying through Google is easier now.

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Using Google’s Chrome browser to make online purchases has become much easier with an update that skips a step to auto-fill your credit or debit card information directly on the purchase page. Previously, you can only use Chrome's very convenient autofill if you turn on Chrome Sync in your browser. Now, Google allows you to skip the Chrome Sync step. While you're inside your Google account, you can make it faster.

First you must make sure you have a payment method installed on Google (we help you to do it below). Every time you make a purchase, Google will ask you for your CVC (the three verification digits found on the back of most of the cards) for security reasons. This is how you can use this new service. "height =" 110 "width =" 196

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Add your credit or debit card to your Google account

one. In your browser, go to the page.

two. Click on Payments & subscriptions (Payments and subscriptions).

3. Choose Manage payment methods (Manage payment methods).

Four. Click on Add a payment method (Add payment method) and enter your card number, name and address.

5. Click on Save (Save). Now you can use your debit or credit card for future purchases while using Chrome.

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Make a payment in Chrome

one. Make sure you are in your Google account when you pay. When you click on the payment method, a box will appear that says Show cards saved in your Google Account (Show cards saved in your Google account).

two. Click on the box and select the card you want to use in case you have registered more than one.

3. Enter the three CVC numbers and click Confirm (Confirm).

And it was already. This means that you will not have to re-enter the entire number of your card every time you want to make an online purchase and save a step without the need to turn on Chrome Sync.

The only caveat to keep in mind is that not all shopping sites can still use this feature, so don't take it out on Google if you need to re-enter your card number from time to time.