Fido is currently, the only web site I can't use credit card AutoFill with Safari when I want to quickly pay my monthly bill.
I already complained many years ago about this and, nothing has changed.
Will you, one day, finally start to support AutoFill with Safari so that I can easily pay my bill when I don't have my wallet with me? Literally everyone else was able to implement this feature years ago, I'm certain your developers can also easily do this without problem.
The My Account app does not offer this feature. You have to manually enter the full credit card information each time you make a payment so, using it is not a solution to this problem.
As for using another browser, I wont do this since I don't trust their security.
Hey there @inscrip
We do appreciate the feedback, though we currently don't support that feature for security reasons.
If you wish to have a convenient payment method we do offer automatic payments, as you've mentioned
You can set up your credit card on file so that the payments are automatically taken each month. What this means for you:
Hope this helps!
I personnaly think that having my physical credit card stolen from me is much easier to do than stealing my phone along with my biometrics identidy and a complex pass phrase. On the other hand, having to enter those informations by hand each time I want to pay my bill force me to wait till I'm alone, somewhere where no one can look over my shoulder while I do this. Also, automatic payments is a huge security risk to anyone that use it since, our payments informations will be stored on Fido's server and, I don't have any confidence in how secure it is. You just have to look at how many big companies have been hacked in recent years to understand this.
It may not be 100% secure, nothig is but, a fully encrypted password manager is the most secure way to store this information and have it entered automatically without anyone seeing it. Also, it is much simpler and faster to use to me.
Sorry for the delay in getting back to you. We'll be happy to gather more details on this for you and share an update on our findings.
Could you also please confirm if you have the latest version of your MacOS installed? This should also ensure that you have the latest version of Safari.
Let us know!