American Express joins Amazon network to benefit Saudi cardholders
Amex cardholders in the Kingdom will now be able to use their cards to pay online merchants who are part of the Amazon Payment Services network
An American Express sign is seen on a restaurant door in New York July 22, 2010.
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By Staff Writer, Arab News
DUBAI: Credit card giant American Express has signed a deal with Amazon Payment Services, expanding cardholders’ use for their online payments in Saudi Arabia.
Under the deal, Amex cardholders in the Kingdom will now be able to use their cards to pay online merchants who are part of the Amazon Payment Services network.
“By partnering with Amazon Payment Services, American Express will be able to enhance and expand the online network of merchants in Saudi Arabia where American Express cards can be used,” Peter George, managing director of the payment service, said.
This comes as e-commerce and digital payments continue to grow in the Kingdom and the wider Middle East.
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