Amazon won’t accept payments from UK Visa credit cards from 2022


Amazon will stop accepting payments from UK-registered Visa credit cards from 2022 due to ‘high fees charged to process transactions’










Amazon will stop accepting payments made using Visa credit cards issued in Britain from next year, it was revealed today. 

Amazon customers can still use Visa debit cards, Mastercard and Amex credit cards as well as Visa credit cards issued outside of the UK, according to Bloomberg News.

The report cited information that the Seattle-based firm shared with its customers.

Amazon will stop accepting payments made using Visa credit cards issued in Britain from 2022

Amazon will stop accepting payments made using Visa credit cards issued in Britain from 2022

Some customers received a notification from Amazon this week after making purchases, which said that ‘starting 19 January 2022, we will no longer accept Visa credit cards issued in the UK’ due to the high fees charged by Visa to process the transactions, as per the report.

Amazon and Visa did not immediately respond to a request for a comment today.

More to follow 

Advertisement



Source link

Spread the love

Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

VIDEO: BMW crashes after police chase in Bucharest, Romania

100,000s of 999 calls are from patients asking where their ambulance is, health chiefs reveal