If you’re apprehensive about letting Google store your passwords this way (anyone who gains access to your Google account could also find your other account details on this page), you have two options: either turn off password saving in Chrome or encrypt your browser data while syncing
If you choose the second option, Google will still save your login details, but they won’t be visible on the Passwords page. Here’s how to enable it:
Open the Settings menu in Chrome and click ‘Advanced sync settings…’
Encrypt all synced data with your own sync passphrase
Set a secure passphrase that you can memorize and click OK
And you’re done — Google’s Passwords page will no longer display any account details. If you want to bring them back, open the advanced sync settings menu again and click ‘Use default settings’.