To remove a credit card from Amazon and Amazon Pay, log in to your Amazon.com account, select “Your Account” from the main menu, and click on “Payment options.” From there, you can delete your credit card’s information and add a new card, if applicable.
The “Your Account” option is located on the top right of the page on desktop. But it’s at the top left on the mobile app. And “Payment options” is titled “Manage payment options” on mobile.
It only takes a couple of minutes to remove a credit card from Amazon. And doing it will save you from accidentally using the wrong payment details in the future. Plus, removing your card from Amazon will also remove its information from any other websites that use Amazon Pay as a payment method. Though the process is quick, you will have to make quite a few clicks, so follow the steps carefully.
How to Remove a Card from Amazon:
- Log in to your Amazon.com account.
- Select “Your Account” from the main menu.
- Click “Payment options.”
- Click on the payment method you want to remove.
- Select “Delete” from the dropdown menu.
- Confirm you want to delete the card.
That’s all it takes to remove a credit card from Amazon. Your old payment method will now be gone from your account. It will no longer show up when you check out on Amazon. And it will disappear from any sites that use Amazon Pay. It’s also useful to note that if a card detail – such as the billing address – changes, you can just click “Edit” instead of “Delete” and update it that way.
After you remove a credit card from Amazon, you may want to add a new one. To do so, click “Add credit/debit card” at the top of the page. Then enter the card’s number, expiration date, security code and billing address. Also type in your name as it appears on the card.
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