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Payments

Why does my payments view have two different tabs?

Certain transactions on your Selling on Amazon account need to be recorded by Amazon under separate legal entities (Amazon Payments Inc. and Amazon Services LLC), and these transactions are displayed separately in Reports > Payments section of Seller Central.

Disbursements for Standard orders paid by customers using standard payment methods (Credits cards, debit cards etc.) are processed under Amazon Payments Inc. while disbursements for Invoiced orders paid by business customers using Pay by Invoice payment method are processed under Amazon Services LLC. You will receive 2 separate deposits if you have sales on both Standard Orders and Invoiced Orders. You will continue to be paid in the same bank account you have designated.

Will anything change with respect to timing of my payments?

The length of your payment cycle remains unchanged. For example, if you are paid every 14 days, both Standard order and Invoiced order payments will be processed every 14 days.

Will orders from Standard orders and Invoiced orders release payments on the same day?

While the length of the payment cycle remains the same, deposits for Standard and Invoiced orders might arrive in your bank account on different days.

Is it possible to opt out of Invoiced orders?

No. It is not possible to opt out of Invoiced orders. Learn more about Invoiced orders.

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