You can. You are also one of the few that have used, “Getting Started with Amazon Pay” part of the forum for what it is intended. Most think it is about getting paid on Amazon. @Bad_Brittnie understood that and had advice with the most sense.
We use Amazon Pay on our own websites. The customers love it. We also offer credit cards through our merchant services account as well as PayPal on our websites.
We use WooCommerce as our cart. The only negative point to make on it is they place the Amazon Pay option front and center. It is presented first thing to the customer. The Amazon Pay is a free plugin for WooCommerce, unlike most others. My thought is Amazon cut a deal with them to have it first in line.
We have tried to make changes in the code and CSS to move it without success.
It works just like our merchant services (credit card) account with authorize net as the interface. We get paid within 24 hours, the money goes right to our bank account. They have no batch, so it comes in in small chunks. It is not commingled with our Amazon account. It is managed through Seller Central, by changing the account selection where you would change the country you were managing.
There is no monthly fee, just the processing fees that are reasonable and inline with other credit card services.
You ‘don’t need no stinkin logos’ it is amazon and the Amazon Pay Button will be presented by your eCommerce package.
As it relates to your address and what they present I can not say. However, in our state you can not do business unless your business is registered. You must use your address or a registered agents street address.
We have only had one challenge in many transactions, it was easy to clear up. Never a chargeback or delayed payment.
I would not want to have a website that only had Amazon Pay on it, but it is popular and works well for us.