Autofill of credit card expiry date
So I used the credit card autofill feature of Password Manager for the first time and got a mistake when it filled in the card's expiry date.
Most credit card entry forms require the card expiry year as only the last two digits of the year. But Password Manager requires the date be entered as four digits.
Then it autofilled the expiry year with the century, not the last two digits.
Example: card expiry is 01/2023. Password Manager fills the month correctly, then sets the two digit expiry year to be 20. Not 23.
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@Alexandru_BD and @Mike_BD Please, take a look here. Thanks.
Hello @GaryCorby and welcome back to the Community!
Can you share with us the website where this happens and the browser used, if possible?
Per Gjoksi's request just contacted support. Ticket 1007478039.
@Alexandru_BD The browser is Edge. The website is chess.com while setting up a verified identity. (This is an edit, in the original reply I wrongly named a coffee bean site.)
Thank you very much for the response.0
@GaryCorby I have located your ticket and noticed that one of the technical representatives recently provided the following response, I quote:
"I will recommend removing the card in question, restarting the web browser and making sure it is up to date, then adding it again.
You can check this article for updating Microsoft Edge: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/topic/microsoft-edge-update-settings-af8aaca2-1b69-4870-94fe-18822dbb7ef1
You can add the card again by opening again the extension, clicking the three horizontal lines in the upper left corner, and going to Credit Cards."
Kindly reply on the open ticket and let our colleagues know if the situation has been resolved this way.
Thanks for your help!1