Credit card details are your billing information on Shopify. As we may know, these are very important and sensitive, So important that you had better keep it secured carefully enough. Currently, on the Shopify platform, you are only allowed to pay for your expenses with a valid credit card from Mastercard, Visa, or American Express. Debit cards are not available for now. One more thing you have to know is that your credit cards must allow Recurring Payments service to be functional with Shopify.
If you are based in the United States and have a USD bank account that accepts Automated Clearing House (ACH) debits, you can verify your account to use as your functional payment method. To be sure, you should check with your bank to see if your account accepts ACH debits.
In case there are some changes with your credit card details, you have to make sure that you would update those on Shopify. In this article, we will find out how to change your credit card details on the Shopify platform.
After you log in successfully, find
Settings at the bottom left corner of the Shopify admin interface to click.
In the Settings section, take a look around and find
Billing option. You can identify
Billing with a dollar symbol next to it.
Now take a look at Billing information area, which should be on top of the list. You need to click
Replace credit card.
If you have not added a credit card yet, the option would be
Add credit card instead.
By clicking on
Replace credit card, a window will appear right after. In the window, you will see a lot of details, information about your current credit card. Here, you can configure whatever you want, such as card number, expires, cvv.
But make sure the new information must be precise. We don’t want to meet some sort of error during the time you have a Shopify’s plan anyway.
After updating new details, click
Confirm button at the bottom of the window to save your changes.
Changing credit card details must be proceeded with caution. For only one incorrect credit card’s data can lead to malfunction of your payment plan.