AMAZON MKTPLACE - Credit or Debit Card Charge

AMAZON MKTPLACE is Amazon.com Marketplace’s charge code that the company uses when charging your checking, credit, or debit card for purchases.

Charge Statement Code: AMAZON MKTPLACE
Amazon.com, Inc.
410 Terry Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109 USA
AMAZON MKTPLACE Phone Number: 1-206-266-1000
Customer Service: 1-800-201-7575
Website: http://www.amazon.com

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2 comments:

  1. I too had a series of weird charges from AMZN.COM/BILLWA (freaked me out!) and so I talked to an Amazon customer service rep this morning. Turns out these weren't fraudulent charges. Here's what happens:
    Amazon does not charge your card immediately when you put in an order. Your card is billed only when the package goes out the door on the shipping truck (which generally happens days after you make your purchase).
    When your shipment comes in 2 or more boxes from different centers around the country, the charges will split into the corresponding amounts.
    So let's say you ordered X, Y and Z for a total of $100 on Monday.
    Items X and Y, $60 worth of stuff, ships Wednesday.
    Item Z, worth $40, ships Thursday.
    That means your card is charged $60 on Wednesday, and $40 on Thursday. It is NOT charged $100 on Monday.
    It's a weird system, but that's apparently how Amazon does it. Go back and cross-check your order history with your card statement. Things should add up correctly. If not, then it might be a different problem you've encountered.
    If you're still concerned, call the Amazon customer service line at 866-216-1072.

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  2. Received several bills on my amazon statements and wasn't sure what they were (AMAZON MKTPLACE PMTS). Figured out that if you go on Amazon.com/archive orders and match the order charges to the charge card statements you receive on your charge card, they add up. Go by the amounts and not the dates ordered. This is because Amazon charges only appear on your charge card when shipment was received--so there is a delay on your charge card. So, use the amounts in $ and not the dates. Now, if you have any charges that you cannot account for, then this is a problem and you should notify Amazon at 1-888-247-4080 and report fraud. Also, I think this system is confusing and complicated in that you need to keep a copy of archived orders in order to check your charges. But, I guess this keeps it clear and concise for Amazon.

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