Amazon Pay (formerly Amazon Payments) is a payment gateway that can be integrated with merchant websites. It is designed to allow merchants and buyers to transact using financial information stored in existing Amazon accounts. In this article, we cover user reviews and pricing. Ready to try Amazon Pay? Contact their support team for more information.
What Amazon Pay Does Well
Users who gave Amazon Pay a positive review mentioned that it is user-friendly and easy to set up, implement, and integrate with third-party applications. Others commended its fast and secure payment processing.
“Amazon Pay is one of the safest and easiest mode of online payment options. There are other perks attached to this payment mode like discounts on purchase and cashback offers. Amazon Pay also promises faster refunds. The first attempt to use Pay with Amazon was simple and easy to complete the process: one less login I had to use to pay for a purchase online.”
What Amazon Pay Does Not Do Well
As of the date this article was written (11/02/18), there are very few up-to-date negative Amazon Pay user reviews online. Users said that they wish for it to be accepted by a larger number of companies to make it more convenient to use.
Amazon Pay Pricing
Amazon Pay charges the following: Domestic Processing (2.9%), Cross-Border Processing (3.9%), Authorization ($0.30), and Disputed Chargeback ($20) fees. Taxes are also billed where applicable. Their cost already includes Amazon A to Z Guarantee, fraud detection and prevention technology, and validation and verification of customers with familiar and trusted login information.
|Nature of Charges||Fees|
|Credit and Debit Card Payments||2.9% + $0.30|
|Cross-Border Processing Fee||3.9%|
|Disputed Chargeback Fee||$20|
Once a refund occurs, domestic and cross-border processing transaction fees are refundable, unlike the authorization and disputed chargeback fees.
Ready to try out Amazon Pay? Contact their support team for more information.
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Amazon Pay Features
Check Out The List Below Of Some Of Amazon Pay’s Features:
- Payment Gateway
- Checkout Optimization
- Amazon A-to-Z Guarantee
- Fraud Detection and Prevention Technology
- Customer Validation and Verification
- Online, Mobile, Voice Customer Purchasing
Amazon Pay FAQ
Does Amazon Pay offer discounts for charitable organizations?
How can sellers add more security to their accounts?
Here is a list of some of Amazon Pay’s popular integrations: