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Amazon Payments Now on Over 25 Major eCommerce Solutions

Merchants Get More Payment Options to Offer Customers

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Amazon announced today that Amazon Payments is now available in over 25 of the leading eCommerce shopping cart providers. These include solutions like CardinalCommerce, Miva Merchant, Magento, ShopVisible, Mercantec, and Zoovy.

Checkout with Amazon"Working with shopping cart and e-commerce solution providers to make sure their solutions seamlessly integrate with Amazon Payments was one of our immediate priorities when we launched Amazon Payments less than a year ago," says Mark Stabingas, General Manager, Amazon Payments.

"Now businesses have an additional option for getting started with Amazon Payments and reaching Amazon’s tens of millions of customers with the easiest way for customers to complete a purchase, while also enjoying the benefits of Amazon’s fraud-detection technologies," adds Stabingas.

Solutions from Amazon Payments are available for merchants, service providers, and non-profits. They include:

- Checkout by Amazon, which is suited best for sites selling physical goods, includes support for tax, shipping, and promotion functionality, as well as post-order management.

- And Simple Pay, which is more for sites selling digital goods, subscriptions or services, or accepting donations. It actually lets customers use their existing Amazon accounts without having to re-enter information when they go to checkout.

Amazon is offering free payment processing through Amazon Payments through September 30th to businesses and organizations that begin accepting Amazon Payments the solutions mentioned above.

Amazon Payments Now on Over 25 Major eCommerce Solutions
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  • Guest

    I will never use Amazon payments. Their a-z claims are notorious for siding with scammer buyers. They issue refund and let the buyers keep the item. Also they occasionally froze your account for 90 days saying that the account will be in review process. So your money in stuck in Amazon account for 90 days mean while they collect interest on the money.

  • Guest

    A pain to set up. As the “third man on board” Amazon Payments should be super easy to set up since they can take notes from the other two. This isn’t the case, and why should I put 20 hours of tech work into programming for one more payment processor? C’mon Amazon, Google made it easy, why can’t you?

    • http://www.shopvisible.com Danielle

      I work for ShopVisible, one of the partner companies mentioned in the release. We’ve added functionality to our platform that allows clients to “turn on a switch” to get the Amazon Payments button on their site– no extensive setup required. Considering that tens of millions of people have Amazon.com accounts, Amazon Payments is a valuable alternate payment method to include on your storefront since it lets them pay with one click if they want and without having to re-register for a customer account on your site. If you’re finding it difficult to set up yourself, ask your ecommerce provider if they have the tools to help. If they don’t, feel free to get in touch with us…We’d love to help!

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