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Getting Paid

To initiate a transfer of funds from your seller account to your bank account, Amazon requires:

After a sale occurs and you have sent Amazon confirmation that the order has been shipped, Amazon processes the payment from the buyer and credits the net proceeds from the sale to your seller account. Keep in mind that refunds to buyers, selling fees, and other transactions are debited against amounts credited to your account from sales.

The funds in your seller account will be automatically transferred to your bank account every 14 days. You may also request more frequent transfers of funds, up to once every 24 hours. Transfer of funds will initiate once Amazon concludes that it is no longer necessary to hold funds to cover chargebacks, refunds, A-to-z Guarantee claims, or other claims against your sales transaction. For more information, see Transferring Funds to Your Bank Account.

To receive funds, you must provide a U.S. checking account or a bank account located in the U.K. or any country in the eurozone (Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, and Spain), Australia, New Zealand, India, Hong Kong or Canada. See the Amazon Currency Converter for Sellers - FAQ for more information about receiving payment for sales in your local currency.
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Please use the e-mail address associated with your Amazon.com Seller account.
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