May 09, 2021 - 06:40 PM
We use Square to process our credit card transactions as they are rated one of the most secure for our customers. One of the reasons for this is that they do not allow credit cards to be stored for future use.
A way you can get around this is to allow your browser to save your payment information.
On an iPhone or iPad, this is part of the Safari browser’s settings. head to Settings > Safari > AutoFill > Saved Credit Cards. Tap “Add Credit Card” and enter your credit card details.
You can also control your name and mailing address from the Settings > Safari > AutoFill screen.
When you’re checking out online in the Safari browser, tap one of the credit card fields. You’ll be prompted to fill in that information automatically by tapping the option above the keyboard.
You must authenticate with Touch ID or Face ID before your iPhone fills in the details, so it’s pretty secure.
In the Chrome web browser on a PC, Mac, Android device, or Chromebook, you can enter payment methods that Chrome will remember and offer to you automatically.
To do so, open Chrome and click Menu > Settings > Payment Methods. Click the “Add” button to the right of “Payment methods” add your credit card details here. Make sure the “Autofill forms” option at the top is enabled, too.
You can also click the “Add” button to the right of Addresses to fill in your mailing address.
On Android, tap Menu > Settings > Autofill and Payments > Cards to manage your saved credit cards.
Now, when you’re checking out online, you just have to click a credit card field, and you’ll be prompted to fill in the information.
Chrome requires you enter the security code from the back of the card to authenticate before Chrome actually fills in the details.
This feature is also part of other web browsers, too.
- Safari on a Mac: Click Safari > Preferences > AutoFill > Credit Cards > Edit to edit your saved credit cards.
Source: How-To Geek