Getting Started for Merchants
We work with a range of service providers including commerce providers, payment service providers, agencies and professional developers. These service providers can help you set up Amazon Pay quickly and easily, so you can focus on building your business.
What is Amazon Pay?
Amazon Pay provides payment solutions for your commerce site that lets Amazon customers pay on your website or mobile site using the information already stored in their Amazon accounts.
If your website uses a commerce or shopping cart provider, check out the list of commerce providers that support the Amazon Pay.
How do I get started with Amazon Pay?
To get started, click Register at the top of this page, and then fill in the registration form to provide personal and business information.
What is the disbursement time?
We process disbursements daily. It will take between 1 and 2 business days for the payment to be completed and appear in your bank account. A reserve might be applied according to our reserve policy.
Does Amazon Pay have customer fraud checks in place?
To help reduce bad debt and lower your costs, Amazon Pay has fraud detection capabilities, chargeback controls, and risk management processes at no extra cost. For more information, see the Amazon Pay A-to-z Guarantee Policy for Merchants.
What is Amazon Pay?
Amazon Pay is a service offered to Amazon customers, and you are enabled to use it wherever you see it — whether that is clicking the Amazon Pay button when checking out on your favorite online stores, managing your payment methods in your account on Amazon.com or using Amazon Pay on Alexa. There are no additional sign-ups or sign-ins. Your transactions are safe and secure, and everything can be tracked in your Amazon account.
How do I open an Amazon Pay account?
If you have an Amazon account, you are ready to start using Amazon Pay wherever you see the Amazon Pay button. No additional registration is necessary, which means you don’t need to create a new account or remember old passwords. Amazon Pay simply uses the information and payment methods stored in your Amazon account. That also includes your address book, so you’ll always have Grandmom’s address handy no matter where you shop.
Why should I use Amazon Pay over other checkout options?
Amazon Pay is the way to check out quickly and securely online, and your eligible purchases of physical goods are protected by our A-to-z Guarantee. Breeze through checkout using the information already stored in your Amazon account, or use Alexa and pay by voice and check on order status. In addition, Amazon Pay Deals brings you featured offers especially for Amazon Pay customers. You can visit our Deals page to discover the latest offers, and subscribe to our newsletter to get Amazon Pay Deals delivered directly to your inbox once a month.
How do I find my Amazon Pay transactions?
Go to pay.amazon.com and sign in as a “shopper” using your Amazon username and password. One-time purchases are shown on the “Activity” tab, and subscription agreements are on the “Merchant agreements” tab. You can also view your transactions on Amazon.com. If you are on a desktop, your Amazon Pay transactions can be found under “Amazon Orders” within the Amazon Pay tab or in “Your Account” under “Transactions”. If you are in the Amazon app, all transactions are listed together under “Your Orders” or in “Your Account”.
Is my payment information shared with merchants?
We do not share your full credit card, debit card, or bank account number with sites or charitable organizations that accept Amazon Pay. The merchant only receives information that is required to complete and support your transaction. This information may include your name, email address, and shipping address.
What does it cost me to use Amazon Pay?
It costs nothing. Using Amazon Pay does not add fees to your purchases on sites and organizations accepting Amazon Pay. We do not add transaction fees, membership fees, currency conversion fees, foreign transaction fees, or any other fees. Your card issuer, however, may add a foreign transaction fee if your card was issued in a country different from the site on which you are shopping, as well as any other fees described in the terms and conditions for your card.
Where’s my order?
Sites offering Amazon Pay ship their own orders to you. Also, you can enable Alexa Delivery Notifications through participating merchants to get package tracking alerts. If you think there may be a problem with your order, contact the site or organization to address the problem. When you use Amazon Pay to check out, your purchases are covered by Amazon Pay’s A-to-z Guarantee.
Where can I use Amazon Pay?
For a partial list of websites that accept Amazon Pay, see the For Shoppers section of our website. Is the Amazon Pay button not showing as a payment option in your favorite online stores? Let’s make it happen! You can simply email the store or call them with your suggestion to start enjoying the freedom of a checkout experience you know and trust.
Can I use Amazon.com Gift Cards with Amazon Pay?
At this time, Amazon.com Gift Cards cannot be used as a payment method to place an order using Amazon Pay. Amazon.com Gift Cards can only be used to purchase eligible goods and services on Amazon.com and certain related sites as provided in the Amazon.com Gift Card Terms and Conditions.
I see Amazon Pay also appearing in “Your Payments” section of my Amazon account. Is this connected to the checkout button I see on other websites?
Yes, it is all part of Amazon Pay. As an Amazon account holder, you can check out at tens of thousands of online stores around the world other than Amazon.com using the payment information stored in your Amazon account. The place where you manage those payment methods in your Amazon account is also Amazon Pay. Additionally, you can also use Amazon Pay on Alexa.
What payment methods can be used with Amazon Pay?
Amazon Pay accepts credit and debit cards. You can learn more about accepted payment methods here.
The use of the term “Partner” refers solely to membership in the Amazon Pay Global Partner Program.
Neither party nor any of its respective affiliates is an agent of the other for any purpose or has the authority to bind the other.