Amazon uses electronic transfers to pay your sales proceeds to you. Before you can receive payments, your seller account must specify a bank account for us to deposit money into. We cannot transfer funds to a credit card or online payment system such as PayPal.
To avoid payment delays:
You can provide a bank account to use direct debit as your charge method for Amazon. If you do so, you must use that same bank account as your deposit method, which will be automatically set for you. The details for that bank account will appear on your Bank Account Information page. You may also use this bank account as the deposit method for other Amazon Europe marketplaces; however, it cannot be used as the charge method for these marketplaces.
Whenever you add or change your bank account information, a three-day security hold goes into effect. Fund transfers cannot be initiated until the hold expires. Only the primary account owner can make changes related to payment information.
To add new bank account information to your seller account:
You can delete a bank account from your seller account as long as it is not selected as your deposit method. If it is the current deposit method, you must add a new deposit account before deleting the older account.
To delete a bank account from your seller account: