Amazon lifts UK Visa credit card ban
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(Pocket-lint) – Amazon has dropped plans to remove Visa credit cards as a payment option.
It previously announced that UK customers will no longer be able to use Visa credit cards on its online store from January 19, 2022.
However, in an email sent to affected customers, he revealed he was working with Visa on a “potential solution” and would continue to accept affected cards.
“The expected change to the use of Visa credit cards on Amazon.co.uk will no longer take place on January 19,” he said.
“We are working closely with Visa on a potential solution that will allow customers to continue to use their Visa credit cards on Amazon.co.uk. If we make any changes to Visa credit cards, we will notify you at Until then, you can continue to use Visa credit cards, debit cards, Mastercard, American Express and Eurocard as you do today.”
The original group came after Amazon complained about Visa’s “high fees for processing credit card transactions.”
He said at the time, “We know this can be inconvenient, and we’re here to help you through this transition so you can continue to enjoy Amazon’s low prices and wide selection.”
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A Visa spokesperson responded that the company was continuing to communicate with Amazon to avoid the ban. These talks have apparently paid off.
Written by Rik Henderson.