Transfer money from Amazon to Paytm/Bank

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Guys, I am looking for a way to transfer my amazon balance to paytm. I had brought amazon gift card to pay for insurance premium but somehow Amazon is not able to fetch premium details now. Paytm is able to do that without any issues. Here I am talking about bharti axa. Now I have a huge amount lying with amazon while I still have to make payment for the insurance. I was wondering if anyone can suggest how to transfer amazon pay balance to paytm/bank then that would be really helpful.

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(TRY @ YOUR OWN RISK)
I think Augmont will work. But u’ll bear loss of around 5-6% .
The procedure is simple. Buy gold using amazonpay and sell that gold. Get your money in bank account.
After selling, the money usually takes two days to get credited in your bank account.

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try fetching again – keep trying if u have time.

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There are ways .. but you need to shell the fee to transfer to Paytm/bank account.
Goto zingoy.com and buy Paytm gift card using amazon pay method. they charge ~5% as processing.
Other gift cards also available without processing fee if suitable to you.

I’m still exploring and find the above still workable.

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help dimers who wants to order items from amazon with some discount
tell them to trf money to ur bank

U can also do electricity bills on behalf of others at a discount

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Well I have decided to pay mine and parent’s electricity, mobile, broadband and gas cylinder bills for a few months from Amazon. Life would be simpler now that no more looking for any utility payment deals, until I exhaust amazon pay balance.

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unknownanonymous wrote:

Well I have decided to pay mine and parent’s electricity, mobile, broadband and gas cylinder bills for a few months from Amazon. Life would be simpler now that no more looking for any utility payment deals, until I exhaust amazon pay balance.

Good move.
I guess its is probably the best solution. 2nd best probably would be to sell your balance to other people at discount, at say 2% odd.

Btw, learning also there to not add money to accounts to the extent possible and unless we are 100% sure abt the willingness and ability i.e. to be able to complete the txn as intended…

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rpal wrote:

Good move.
I guess its is probably the best solution. 2nd best probably would be to sell your balance to other people at discount, at say 2% odd.

Btw, learning also there to not add money to accounts to the extent possible and unless we are 100% sure abt the willingness and ability i.e. to be able to complete the txn as intended…

I was able to fetch the premium like 5 mins before I brought amazon gc. No idea what happened later. I tried for almost 5-6 days, meanwhile Paytm was able to fetch the premium without any issues. Probably something broke on Amazon’s side

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unknownanonymous wrote:

I was able to fetch the premium like 5 mins before I brought amazon gc. No idea what happened later. I tried for almost 5-6 days, meanwhile Paytm was able to fetch the premium without any issues. Probably something broke on Amazon’s side

Ohh. Sad.
Bad luck, combined with online bugs (esp. subtle ones), can put us into much trauma. And sometimes results in wastage of much effort, energy and time!!

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unknownanonymous wrote:

I was able to fetch the premium like 5 mins before I brought amazon gc. No idea what happened later. I tried for almost 5-6 days, meanwhile Paytm was able to fetch the premium without any issues. Probably something broke on Amazon’s side

it looks like an intermittent issue as you were able to fetch the premium earlier…I would suggest checking with Amazon customer care if you have not done it yet. I had an odd issue where my Broadband bill was cached on Amazon’s end and it was not fetching the latest bill via site/app, then I called Amazon cc, they did reset something from the backend and on next refresh it reflected the correct amount.

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