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Amazon Business accounts

Business account administrators can add requisitioners who can purchase on behalf of the company. They can manage features such as payment methods, shipping addresses, approvals and reporting.

If you belong to a legal business, institution, enterprise or other organisation, you can create an Amazon Business account.

You must provide some business information for verification. Verification can be immediate or take a few business days, but you can shop on Amazon in the meantime. You will receive a confirmation email once verification is complete.

When verified, administrators can manage the business account. They can invite people from your organisation to your business account. Each new member creates a business user account that is associated with your organisation’s business account.

Administrators can see each user’s account information, including order history, addresses, payment methods and personal information. Administrators can manage or close user accounts.

For more information, visit Amazon Business Accounts Terms and Conditions.

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