About Amazon Pay
Information about our Amazon Pay service.
- Amazon Pay makes it simple for millions of customers around the globe to pay for products and services using the information already stored in their Amazon accounts. To make a payment, you can use any of the payment methods in your Amazon account.
- Amazon Pay is a service that lets you use the payment methods already associated with your Amazon account to make payments for goods or services on third-party websites.
- If you already have an account with Amazon, you only have to accept our User Agreement when making a purchase on third-party websites that accept Amazon Pay. There is no separate registration process.
- We do not share your credit card, debit card, or bank account number with sites or charitable organisations that accept Amazon Pay. We share information with the merchant required to complete and support your transaction. This information can include your name, email address, and shipping address.
- Using Amazon Pay costs you nothing, it adds no fees to your transaction with sites and organisations accepting Amazon Pay. Your purchase incurs no transaction fee, no membership fee, no currency conversion fee, no foreign transaction fee, and no other fees. Your card issuer, however, may add a foreign transaction fee if your card was issued in a country different from the merchant's as well as any other fees described in the terms and conditions for your card.
- For a partial list of websites that accept Amazon Pay, visit our Amazon Pay website. If there are websites you frequently buy from and would like them to add Amazon Pay to their site, you can send them an email or call them with your suggestion.
- You can find your Amazon Pay transactions on pay.amazon.co.uk by signing 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.
Find more information on the Amazon Pay website.