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In a press release, Amazon announced that it’s adding Venmo as a payment option just in time for the holiday season. Doing so not only gives only shoppers more options and convenience but also gives them twice the security in their purchases, backed by both Amazon and Venmo’s separate warranty protection policies. Amazon’s new payment option will be available to select users starting today, with the rest of U.S. customers to follow before Black Friday. Those itching to share the joy (and bills) during this year’s holiday shopping frenzy should follow the easy steps below to make your first Amazon purchase with the help of Venmo.
Making Amazon purchases using Venmo is quite an easy process. You must first ensure that you’re logged into both your Amazon and Venmo accounts, either via their website or respective apps. Once that’s done, proceed to the steps below.
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