As part of our continued effort to make Amazon the safest and most trusted store in the world for customers and sellers, Amazon announced the Payment Service Provider Programme (PSPP, or ‘Programme’) on Feb 1, 2021. For programme details, see the New Payment Service Provider policy announcement. Sellers that choose to use a payment service provider (PSP) to receive their Amazon store sales proceeds must use a PSP participating in the Programme.
Note that sellers who continue to use a bank account from a non-participating PSP after May 31, 2021 will be subject to a longer disbursement reserve period of up to 21 days after the latest estimated delivery date. To learn more, refer to Payments based on delivery date. If you use a bank account issued by a deposit taking bank or a participating PSP (refer to list here), no action is required.
We are enrolling more qualified PSPs into the programme. The following PSPs have met our requirements for provisional enrolment and no action is required if you are using any of them. You can continue to use your PSP to receive your Amazon store disbursements on your normal cadence without being impacted by the upcoming implementation of the disbursement reserve policy on May 31, 2021.
As these PSPs fulfil the requirements for full enrolment, they will be added to the participating PSP list and to our programme landing page. If you are using a PSP that is not on the above list or on our programme landing page, please contact your PSP to find out about their participation plan and current status.
We will update this list on a weekly basis.