As part of our continued effort to make Amazon the safest and most trusted store in the world for customers and sellers, Amazon announced the Payment Service Provider Program (PSPP, or “Program”) on February 1, 2021. For more information, see the New Payment Service Provider policy announcement. Sellers that choose to use a payment service provider (PSP) to receive their Amazon sales proceeds must use a PSP participating in the Program.
As of July 15, 2021, we have stopped making disbursements to sellers using non-participating PSPs. To avoid impact, sellers using non-participating PSPs need to switch to a participating PSP or switch to a deposit-taking bank (that is a traditional bank account) in order to receive their disbursements.
If you are currently using a PSP from the list of participating PSPs below or a deposit-taking bank in order to receive your disbursements, no action is required.
We are working diligently to enrol more PSPs into the Program. The following PSPs have met our requirements for provisional enrolment and are currently working towards becoming full participants. If you are using any of these PSPs, no action is required at this time. You can continue to use your PSP to receive your Amazon disbursements without being impacted. Once these PSPs have fulfilled the requirements for full enrolment, they will be added to the participating PSP list and to our disbursement solutions list.
If you are using a PSP that is neither on the lists above nor on the disbursement solutions list, contact your PSP to find out about their participation plan and current status. If your PSP does not plan to enrol, you should switch to a participating PSP or use a deposit-taking bank (that is a traditional bank account) as soon as possible to avoid impact to your disbursements.
We will update the list above on a weekly basis.