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Bank account information

Amazon Payments uses electronic transfers to send your sales proceeds to you. Before you can receive payments, your Selling on Amazon payments account must specify a bank account for us to deposit money into. We cannot transfer funds to a credit card or online payment solution such as PayPal.

To avoid payment delays:

  • Your seller account must have a business address associated with it.
  • Your bank account must be located in a country supported by the Amazon Currency Converter.
  • Your bank account information must be up to date.
  • When you sell in more than one Amazon Europe marketplace, you must enter or select a bank account for each marketplace separately.

You can use the Amazon Currency Converter service to register a bank account that is located in a different country from the marketplace where you are selling. See the Amazon Currency Converter for Sellers FAQ for details.

You can provide a bank account to use direct debit as your charge method for Amazon. If you do so, you must use that same bank account as your deposit method, which will be automatically set for you. The details for that bank account will appear on your Bank Account Information page. You may also use this bank account as the deposit method for other Amazon Europe marketplaces; however, it cannot be used as the charge method for these marketplaces.

Add your bank account information

Whenever you add or change bank account information, a three-day security hold goes into effect. Fund transfers cannot be initiated until the hold expires. Only the primary account owner can make changes related to payment information.

To add new bank account information to your seller account:


  1. Go to Settings, and click Account Info.
  2. On the Seller Account Information page, under Payment Information, click Bank Account Information.
  3. Next to Bank Account Information, on the right side of the page, click Add if you're adding a bank account or Edit if you're modifying your current one.
  4. Next to the appropriate marketplace, click Add or Edit as applicable.
  5. Use the drop-down list to select your Bank Location Country.
  6. Enter the information requested in Where You Will Be Paid. Contact your bank directly if you have any questions about bank account requirements for each country.
  7. If you selected a country with a currency other than the marketplace you are selling in, go to Currency Conversion Payment Agreement, click Agreement, and read the agreement.
  8. Check the Currency Conversion Payment Agreement box to accept the terms of the agreement.
  9. Click Submit.
Note: If you want to edit details about an existing bank account, add a new bank account with the updated information and then delete the old account.

Delete a bank account

You can delete a bank account from your seller account as long as it is not selected as your deposit method. If it is the current deposit method, you must add a new deposit account before deleting the older account.

To delete a bank account from your seller account:


  1. Go to Settings, and then click Account Info.
  2. On the Seller Account Information page, under Payment Information, click Bank Account Information.
  3. Next to Bank Account Information, on the right side of the page, click Edit.
  4. Next to the appropriate marketplace, click Edit.
  5. Select the bank account to delete, and then click Delete.
  6. Click Submit.

To learn about Quick Start > Payment Information, read this Seller University content:

https://sellercentral-europe.amazon.com/learn/courses?ref_=su_courses_c138_m749&moduleId=749&modLanguage=English

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