Online Shoppers Can Now Use Amazon Payments to Make Purchases on Wigix

Posted on August 4, 2009. Filed under: Amazon | Tags: , , |


Wigix has added another payment method available for buyers and sellers.  In addition to allowing sellers to accept PayPal and Google, Wigix sellers can now accept Amazon Payments.

According to Wigix, using Amazon Payments results in an automatic deduction of seller fees from the buyer’s payment, eliminating the need to place money into your Wigix account to pay for seller fees. 

Wigix sellers who want to begin accepting Amazon Payments can go to  My Wigix > Preferences > Payments and Verification.

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Bonanzle needs to add the ability to accept Amazon payments too. Hope they do soon.

[…] Wigix announcement that online shoppers could use Amazon Payments to purchase items on Wigix (see HERE for that blog post) and I thought that was big news.  Now, Wigix has gone and done it […]

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