Your Google payments profile stores information like:
- Name, address, and tax ID (when required legally) of who is responsible for the profile
- Credit cards, debit cards, bank accounts, and other payment methods you’ve used to buy through Google in the past
- Receipts and other information about past transactions
- Subscriptions and recurring payments
- People you invited to use your profile (Note: This feature no longer exists for individual accounts.)
Create a profile
Create your first profile
When you enter new payment information for a Google product or service, it gets saved in a payments profile. The next time you buy something through Google, you can reuse the information in the profile. Any payments profile you create or are invited to is associated with your Google Account.
Create more than one profile
When you check out with some Google products, you can create another profile. If you have the option to create a new profile, you’ll be asked to enter your payment information when you sign up.
If you’re using your profile for personal payments, we recommend only creating one payments profile. That way, you can manage all of your Google purchases from a single place.
You might want to create another profile if:
- You want to have separate personal and business profiles tied to your Google Account.
- You want to manage profiles for more than one business or organization.
- You want to have profiles in multiple countries. (You may have to create a new profile when changing countries.)
For more information on business profiles, go to Payments center help.