Pay attention to online payments, this rule of Google is changing from January 1

The rules are being changed by Google on the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), which will directly impact those making online payments. This new rule will apply to all Google services such as Google Ads, YouTube, Google Play Store, and other payment services. In such a situation, Google service users must know about the changes in the new rules of Google.

Google’s rule is changing from January 1, 2022


From January 1, 2022, Google will no longer save customer card details such as card number and expiry date. Let us tell you that before this, Google saved your card details. When the customer used to make a payment, he only had to enter his CVV number in such a situation. However, after January 1, customers will have to remember the expiry date and the card number to make a manual online payment. RBI has been instructed not to save card details to make sensitive information secure.


Know what will be the effect on customers

If you use Visa or MasterCard, you must authorize the card details to be saved in the new format. You have to make the same manual payment with your existing card details. To avoid re-entering your card details later, the payment must be completed before December 31, 2021.


If you use RuPay, American Express, Discover, or Diners Card, your card details will not be saved by Google after December 31, 2021. The new format does not accept these cards. In such a situation, from January 1, 2022, you will have to enter the card details for every manual payment.

Sameer Ur Rehman
Editor - Dainik Reporters http://www.dainikreporters.com/