“Stored cards” uses your online purchase history from the last 9 months to show where you’ve stored your card details with businesses—both online and in apps—and in digital wallets such as Apple Pay®, Google Pay™ and PayPal®. You might have stored this payment info for purchases, subscriptions or repeating payments.
“Stored cards” also highlights:
If you have irregular charges
Businesses where you recently stored your card
Businesses you need to contact to update your card when you get a replacement
You can use “Stored cards” to see and manage which cards you’ve linked to businesses or stored in third-party digital wallets.
When you get a replacement card, your payment info stays current in digital wallets that stored your old card, and at some businesses that store your card without keeping the actual card number on file. “Stored cards” lets you know which businesses automatically keep your payment info current, and which you need to update manually.
Keep in mind: If you update your card directly with a business, it won’t show up on “Stored cards” until after you make your first purchase. If you add it to a digital wallet, you should see it linked on “Stored cards” in moments.
These are businesses where you’ve made online purchases or set up repeating payments within the last 9 months. The list shows you data we receive from businesses about your online purchase history.
Businesses identify the transactions where they’re using stored card info and share that with us periodically, so your list might not always be complete. If you recently added or changed your card info, you might not see a business listed until you receive a charge or make a purchase there.
Some businesses store your card without keeping the actual card number on file for extra security. That’s why your payment info automatically stays current with them when you get a replacement card.
Businesses that keep your actual card number on file need you to update your payment info manually to keep your repeating payments and subscriptions.
To update your card with businesses, go to “Add card info to businesses” and search for the ones you want. If you don’t find them there, go to the business’ websites or contact them directly.