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Hot Deal Will I get 5% prime cashback even if I use my APay ICICI card on someone else Prime account?

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I want to make a purchase INR 1000 for (3 items) from Amazon so thinking which mode of payment to use. sunglasses

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No.
You want to purchase items worth Rs. 1000 or
You want to purchase 1000 no. of items?

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_One_Miller_ wrote:

No.
You want to purchase items worth Rs. 1000 or
You want to purchase 1000 no. of items?

3 items totalling 1000 rupees.

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

3 items totalling 1000 rupees.

No shyanpanti with amz, budhe… wink toungueout

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No, only with same amazon account. If use in other accounts u will get 2%

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Budhe-Baba wrote:

3 items totalling 1000 rupees.

Babaji I get 3% on non prime account from other account apay card

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I think same account is not necessary for 5% cash back u can use in other prime account too.
Based on Amazon give 10 % during prime day sell in all mine prime account (5% extra during prime day sell)

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I think you will get 5% cb if you use your Amazon Pay ICICI card on other accounts. You must have active Prime membership.

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Roushh wrote:

I think you will get 5% cb if you use your Amazon Pay ICICI card on other accounts. You must have active Prime membership.

No, same account is needed.

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_One_Miller_ wrote:

No, same account is needed.

Probably.

I tried to make sense of their terms but it’s too vague.

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Roushh wrote:

Probably.

I tried to make sense of their terms but it’s too vague.

I think it’s clearly mentioned

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_One_Miller_ wrote:

I think it’s clearly mentioned

Where? Please post the link and point # which covers this.

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“You earn back 5% or 3% for A.in purchases depending upon the Prime status of A.in account at the time of purchase, through which you applied for the card originally. You cannot shift your card from one A.in account to another, however you can use this card on any other A.in account.”

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caks2006407 wrote:

“You earn back 5% or 3% for A.in purchases depending upon the Prime status of A.in account at the time of purchase, through which you applied for the card originally. You cannot shift your card from one A.in account to another, however you can use this card on any other A.in account.”

So the reward percentage will only depend on the prime status of the card holder’s account. I think that’s what they are saying. Right!

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Roushh wrote:

Where? Please post the link and point # which covers this.

https://www.amazon.in/b?ie=UTF8&node=15430...31

Point no.12

If the Amazon.in account through which you apply for your Card account has an eligible Prime membership and your Card account is loaded into that Amazon.in account, your Card account will automatically earn 5% Back. However, if you switched Amazon.in accounts, or your Card account is loaded into multiple Amazon.in accounts, then your Card account may not automatically earn 5% Back and may instead earn 3% Back. In such cases, you will need to contact Amazon or Bank customer service and raise the request to link the correct Amazon account with the Card account number.

I think for 5% cb Amazon account can be switched . Refer points- 12 to 15.

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caks2006407 wrote:

“You earn back 5% or 3% for A.in purchases depending upon the Prime status of A.in account at the time of purchase, through which you applied for the card originally. You cannot shift your card from one A.in account to another, however you can use this card on any other A.in account.”

Tnc mention karte hai, however you cannot fight with them if full cb not given

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Last month I spent around 376000 in various accounts and I got 5% total cashback.

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_One_Miller_ wrote:

https://www.amazon.in/b?ie=UTF8&node=15430...31

Point no.12

If the Amazon.in account through which you apply for your Card account has an eligible Prime membership and your Card account is loaded into that Amazon.in account, your Card account will automatically earn 5% Back. However, if you switched Amazon.in accounts, or your Card account is loaded into multiple Amazon.in accounts, then your Card account may not automatically earn 5% Back and may instead earn 3% Back. In such cases, you will need to contact Amazon or Bank customer service and raise the request to link the correct Amazon account with the Card account number.
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I think for 5% cb Amazon account can be switched . Refer points- 12 to 15.

They said if we switch account or use card in multiple accounts then we may not get 5% automatically but they did not deny it. If they wanted to, they could have said, that we are not eligible for 5% in that case but they didn’t. They mentioned that we will have to contact them.

That’s why I said these are vague.

We need to test this out. I don’t know how but someone who has better knowledge of Amazon Pay ICICI card should test it.

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karanoshan wrote:

Tnc mention karte hai, however you cannot fight with them if full cb not given

There was never an issue for CB. Its promptly credited in my Amz account from which card applied.

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you will mostly get 5%. but for use of same card in multiple accounts, your account will get flagged.

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panchabhut wrote:

you will mostly get 5%. but for use of same card in multiple accounts, your account will get flagged.

Flagged why? What is wrong in using 1 credit card in 2 amazon accounts? It is perfectly normal and we do it all the time.

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panchabhut wrote:

you will mostly get 5%. but for use of same card in multiple accounts, your account will get flagged.

Family members share their cards with each other. What is wrong with that? Please explain.

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srini1973 wrote:

Last month I spent around 376000 in various accounts and I got 5% total cashback.

@Budhe Here is answer..
@Roushh
it does not matter where you use your apay card (in different amazon accounts) .. as long as amazon account linked with apay card is prime you will get 5% else 3%.

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aswaniexpress wrote:

@Budhe Here is answer..
@Roushh
it does not matter where you use your apay card (in different amazon accounts) .. as long as amazon account linked with apay card is prime you will get 5% else 3%.

That’s what I was saying. plus1

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srini1973 wrote:

Last month I spent around 376000 in various accounts and I got 5% total cashback.

Woah you are making IT professional starting salary doing this. Sahi hai wink

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Roushh wrote:

Family members share their cards with each other. What is wrong with that? Please explain.

A card is issued to an individual, not to a family. The most famous case in recent months have been where an SBI account holder gave her debit card to her husband for withdrawing money from ATM and the ATM did not give money but the account was debited. SBI refused to return the money claiming it to be unauthorised use.
Amazon treats use of same card in multiple account as a “possible fraud”. So such account can be flagged, and then the customer has to prove that there was no unauthorised use or misuse of account and the accounts genuinely belong to family members etc.

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panchabhut wrote:

A card is issued to an individual, not to a family. The most famous case in recent months have been where an SBI account holder gave her debit card to her husband for withdrawing money from ATM and the ATM did not give money but the account was debited. SBI refused to return the money claiming it to be unauthorised use.
Amazon treats use of same card in multiple account as a “possible fraud”. So such account can be flagged, and then the customer has to prove that there was no unauthorised use or misuse of account and the accounts genuinely belong to family members etc.

https://cdn0.desidime.com/attachments/photos/578976/medium/6021359face-palm_1f926.png?1564910652

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Roushh wrote:

Family members share their cards with each other. What is wrong with that? Please explain.

Americans doesn’t understand Indian culture. I loaded in my dad’s account from my card, they blocked my dad’s amazon pay account. I explained to them but no luck

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panchabhut wrote:

A card is issued to an individual, not to a family. The most famous case in recent months have been where an SBI account holder gave her debit card to her husband for withdrawing money from ATM and the ATM did not give money but the account was debited. SBI refused to return the money claiming it to be unauthorised use.
Amazon treats use of same card in multiple account as a “possible fraud”. So such account can be flagged, and then the customer has to prove that there was no unauthorised use or misuse of account and the accounts genuinely belong to family members etc.

= bole

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panchabhut wrote:

A card is issued to an individual, not to a family. The most famous case in recent months have been where an SBI account holder gave her debit card to her husband for withdrawing money from ATM and the ATM did not give money but the account was debited. SBI refused to return the money claiming it to be unauthorised use.
Amazon treats use of same card in multiple account as a “possible fraud”. So such account can be flagged, and then the customer has to prove that there was no unauthorised use or misuse of account and the accounts genuinely belong to family members etc.

= bole

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