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Mercury Financial Partners with Amazon

Mercury Financial Partners with Amazon

This payment option allows Mercury cardholders to seamlessly add their credit card to their Amazon wallet in just a few simple steps via the Mercury Cards App, the Amazon mobile app, or while shopping on Amazon.

By Global FinTech Series News Desk 

Mercury Financial, a leading provider of payments and financial technology solutions, announced that it will now offer to its cardholders the ability to link their credit cards to their Amazon wallet, further enhancing the online shopping experience. This announcement comes one year after launching Amazon Shop with Points for 1.6M Mercury cardholders.

This payment option allows Mercury cardholders to seamlessly add their credit card to their Amazon wallet in just a few simple steps via the Mercury® Cards App, the Amazon mobile app, or while shopping on Amazon. Once linked, cardholders can shop, earn, and redeem rewards points directly on Amazon.com and the Amazon mobile app.

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“Providing convenience and value for customers through a variety of payment options is always a priority,” said Tyler Aldrich, director of Amazon Payment Products. “Through expanding Mercury Financial on Amazon, we are enhancing cardholders’ shopping experience by offering even more choice in how they pay while shopping on Amazon.”

Since the launch of Mercury Financial’s partnership with Amazon earlier last year, Mercury cardholders have redeemed their rewards points through the Amazon Shop with Points program. This new payment option will further enhance the Mercury cardholder shopping experience on Amazon.

“We are excited to bring these convenient payment options to even more customers. These programs are particularly valuable in helping customers maximise the value of their rewards points when shopping the hundreds of millions of items sold on Amazon.com and the Amazon mobile app,” said Jim Peterson, CEO at Mercury Financial.

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