Amazon Payments Marketplace Feature for Providers
The Amazon Payments Marketplace Feature allows shopping cart providers, E-commerce platforms, and others who provide services to our Sellers ("Providers") to:
- Submit transactions through our Service on behalf of a Seller
- Access a Seller's transaction data
Registration for Amazon Payments Marketplace Feature
If you are a Provider, you can use the Amazon Payments Marketplace Feature after you have been approved by our Account Management team, by contacting them. You will also need an Amazon Payments Seller account. You can register for an Amazon Payments Seller account.
Sellers who use the Amazon Payments Marketplace Feature must register for an Amazon Payments Seller account. Sellers who do not have an Amazon Payments Seller account will have the opportunity to register for one.
Associating a Seller's Account with Yours
In order to enable the Amazon Payments Marketplace Feature, a Seller must associate their Amazon Payments Seller account with yours. Sellers will have the opportunity to associate their account with yours using your registration process after you have implemented the Amazon Payments Marketplace Feature.
After a Seller associates their accounts with yours, they can enable you to:
- Submit transactions through our Service on their behalf
- Access their transaction data
You are responsible for obtaining authorization from a Seller before conducting any of these activities. You can obtain this authorization when a Seller agrees to your terms and conditions. A Seller can revoke your ability to take these actions at any time using tools that we provide on Seller Central.
Submitting Transactions on behalf of a Seller and accessing a Seller's Transaction Data
In addition to the actions a Seller must take in order to associate their account with yours, in order for you to submit transactions through our Service on behalf of a Seller or to access a Seller's transaction data:
- The Seller must have authorized you to conduct these activities.
- The Seller must have agreed to your terms and conditions. It is your responsibility to retain a record of this agreement.
- Your terms and conditions must be readily available to Amazon Payments and to Sellers at all times.
- Your terms and conditions must outline the circumstances under which you will submit transactions on behalf of the Seller (for example, in connection with purchases and refunds).
- Your terms and conditions must inform the Seller of the purposes for which you access the Seller's transaction data.
If your terms and conditions change, you must notify Amazon Payments Account Management and your Sellers at least 30 days in advance of the effective date of the change.
Our Reserve Policy applies to both Sellers and Providers.