Amazon has its own PayPal alternative called Amazon Payments. And like PayPal, Payments can be used by merchants to facilitate payments, and by customers to make those payments. Amazon collects a fee on transactions, similar to PayPal's business model.
the company would accept PayPal in Amazon customer discussion forums.
Hi Caesar. You’re right, going through the application process for a PayPal card is a better long-term solution. It’s worth doing if you use PayPal often and don’t want to wait for your funds to transfer to your bank account. This particular solution is for people who do not have a PayPal card and need immediate access to use their PayPal money on Amazon. Applying for and receiving a PayPal card can take over 30 days – while a valid solution, it is not an immediate one.
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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. To make a payment, you can use any of the payment methods on file in your Amazon account.
How can you use PayPal to checkout on Amazon? - Quora
Amazon and PayPal have been in discussions about the possibility of the online retail giant supporting PayPal payments at checkout, PayPal CEO Dan Schulman Bloomberg in an interview on Thursday. While Schulman didn't say when—or even if—a deal might happen between the companies, he did tell Bloomberg that the companies are trying to determine how they can "use one another's assets to the mutual benefit" of their customers.Amazon, for all its convenience, does not accept payments from a PayPal account. If you're used to doing your online shopping through PayPal, this can be frustrating. But there is a way to pay for your Amazon orders with your PayPal account: The PayPal debit card. The PayPal debit card takes money directly from your PayPal account (or from a linked bank account, if your PayPal account happens to be empty), so it's essentially the same as using PayPal the "normal" way.