Amazon UK accepts Visa credit cards again | free Press

Amazon customers in the UK can continue to pay with Visa. The fees were originally too high for the online mail-order company, but now both groups are talking about finding a joint solution.

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Contrary to what was announced, the online giant Amazon wants to continue accepting Visa credit cards as a means of payment in Great Britain.

Due to a dispute over fees that Amazon believes are too high, the online retailer announced in November that it would no longer accept cards as of January 19. Now a deal is emerging.

“The expected change regarding the use of Visa credit cards on Amazon.co.uk will not take place on January 19,” an Amazon spokesman said on Monday. It is working closely with Visa to find a solution that allows customers to continue using their cards. A Visa spokesman said customers could continue to use the company’s credit cards when shopping on Amazon “while we work closely to reach an agreement.” According to Amazon, foreign Visa cards were not affected by the dispute. (dpa)

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