Manage your Google payment info

When you buy a Google service (like Google One) or buy something through a Google product (like Google Play), the payment info you provide is saved to your Google Account. You can view or make changes to this info on Google Pay.

Add, edit, or remove saved payment methods

You can view, add, or make changes to an existing payment method saved in your Google Account.

Add a payment method

  1. Sign in to Payment Methods.
  2. At the bottom, click Add payment method.
  3. Click Add credit or debit card.
  4. Enter your card info.
  5. If you’re asked to verify your payment method, choose an option from the list.
  6. Find and enter the verification code.

Change or remove a payment method

  1. Sign in to Payment Methods.
  2. Next to a payment method, click Edit or Remove.

Learn more about how to add or change a payment method.

Manage personal info on your payments profile

When you buy something from Google, we automatically create a payments profile.

What is a payments profile?

Linked to your Google Account, 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 is no longer available for personal profiles. If you need help removing someone from your account, contact Google Pay support.)

Here are some articles about finding or changing info associated with your payments profile.

See charges, receipts, and other past payment info

  • For most purchases, go to Activity.
  • For some purchases you made through Google products, go to Subscriptions.
  • If you can’t find your purchase in Google Pay, sign in to the Google product where you made it and find it there.

Learn more about finding your past purchases.

Get help with Google Pay

If you need more help with managing your Google payment info, visit the Google Pay Help Center.

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