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Login and Pay with Amazon makes it easy for customers to buy what they want, and get on with their lives. There’s no need to create countless usernames and passwords – your Amazon account credentials are all you need.
More shoppers could soon have an easier way to pay online: instead of using a credit card, simply typing in their Amazon.com user name and password.
The giant Seattle retailer Monday announced an expansion of its Amazon Payments service as the company takes on other payment middlemen, including PayPal and Apple Pay.
Online retailers can already use Amazon Payments, allowing customers to check out by entering their Amazon.com account information instead of their names, addresses and payment information.
But the expanded program will make “Pay with Amazon” an option for sellers who set up their websites through e-commerce platforms created by companies that help mostly smaller merchants build and run their online stores.
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