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Payment methods pages blank

  • Whenever I go to the link https://pay.google.com/gp/w/home/paymentmethods, it's blank.

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    I was trying to transfer payment methods from google pay over to opera, and that's why I came to this page in the first place.

    The only tab that displays content is "send or request money". "Activity", "Subscriptions and services", and "settings" are all blank. I've tried all kinds of possible fixes for this, but nothing helps.

    Additionally, the pages all display fine in Chrome and Edge (and every other browser). I tried to recover and reset, but to no avail.

    Does this happen to anyone else? Is there a fix?

    If not, please address in an update. 🙂

  • Does it behave same when adblocker is disabled?

  • @donq
    I also experienced the same issue. I disabled every extension including opera built-in ads block. I also experienced this on Opera on 2 platform windows and linux, both were latest version.
    Chrome browser did not have this problem.
    When I open dev tools to check for errors, I have this:

    Refused to load the script 'https://payments.google.com/payments/v4/js/integrator.js?ss=m2' because it violates the following Content Security Policy directive: "script-src 'unsafe-inline' 'self' 'unsafe-eval' https://apis.google.com https://ssl.gstatic.com https://www.google.com https://www.gstatic.com https://www.google-analytics.com https://www.googleapis.com/appsmarket/v2/installedApps/". Note that 'script-src-elem' was not explicitly set, so 'script-src' is used as a fallback.
    
    m=_b,_tp:391 WARNING!
    m=_b,_tp:391 Using this console may allow attackers to impersonate you and steal your information using an attack called Self-XSS.Do not enter or paste code that you do not understand.
    

    Hope this helps,
    Regards !

  • @operahandsdown Thanks for testing it out on your own! Great insight from dev tools, so it doesn't just look like some fluke.

    I'd love to know why that content security directive is enforced on a page like this.

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