Does Amazon Keep Your Credit Card Information?

At the point of sale, Amazon employs multiple methods to keep your credit card data safe.

One method is an authorization process in which Amazon communicates directly with your credit card issuer to verify that the card is valid and hasn’t been reported stolen.

How do I remove my credit card information from Amazon?

Deleting payment methods

  • Go to, and then sign in.
  • Click Your Account, and then click Payment options.
  • Click the payment method you want to delete, click Delete, and then click Confirm delete.

Does Amazon automatically update card details?

About Automatic Updates to Credit or Debit Cards. Amazon participates in account update services offered by some banks to help keep your cards up-to-date in our system. If your bank participates, these services will automatically update your card number or expiration date in our system when it changes.

Does Amazon sell your personal information?

Does Share the Information It Receives? Information about our customers is an important part of our business, and we are not in the business of selling it to others. They have access to personal information needed to perform their functions, but may not use it for other purposes.

Is Amazon safe to buy from using a debit card?

With stories of identity theft and stolen credit card numbers occasionally making their way onto the news, it’s hard to be confident using your debit card online. Using a debit card for online purchases is actually very safe though. Even so, you can make sure that when you use your debit card online, you’re protected.

How do I manage my Amazon credit card?

To add or update a payment method in Your Account:

  1. Go to Your Account and select Payment options.
  2. In the Payment options section, do one of the following: To add a payment method, select Add a Card or Add a personal checking account . To edit a payment method, open your payment option and select Edit .

Does Amazon require CVV?

All credit and debit card transactions on require you to enter the CVV number to provide you with increased protection while making payments using your card. CVV stands for Card Verification Value and is generally the last three or 4 digits of the number present on the back of your card.