Configuring Amazon Pay

Increase conversion, reduce fraud costs and streamline the check-out experience with the trusted convenience of Amazon Pay. With the LimeLight Amazon Pay integration, current Amazon customers can subscribe to your offers using information already stored in their Amazon account, without ever leaving your site.

 

You must obtain the Seller ID and MWS Auth Token from their Amazon Seller Central prior to setting up the Amazon Pay gateway.

 

Sign Up for Amazon Pay

You will first need to sign up for an Amazon Pay account. For more information on signing up for Amazon Pay reference Amazon's step by step guide.

 

Once you signed up for Amazon Pay https://sellercentral.amazon.com/ to open the Seller Central website. Seller Central is an easy-to-use website where you will manage the integration of your website with Amazon Pay, download settlement reports, and manage disputes.

  • In Seller Central, you will register your application to obtain your credentials Amazon Help Guide
  • You will find your credentials under Integration > MWS Access Key

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Configuring Amazon Pay in LimeLight

 

After signing up for your Amazon Pay account, you can enable your Amazon Pay as a gateway provider in your platform.

To configure Amazon Pay Gateway into your Lime Light CRM, you will go to Payments > Gateways > Actions > Add a New Provider Profile and select Amazon Pay (Alternative Payment) from the Provider drop down menu  and fill out the gateway parameters.

These parameters are briefly described here for your reference:

Alias: Create a name for this profile.  For internal purposes only, it helps you identify your gateway among several others in your CRM.

Seller ID: This uniquely identifies the merchant. You get this identifier from Amazon Seller Central.

Access Key: You get this identifier from Amazon Seller Central.

Secret Key: You get this identifier from Amazon Seller Central.

Client ID: You get this identifier from Amazon Seller Central.

Client Secret: You get this identifier from Amazon Seller Central.

Currency: Amazon Pay currently supports USD, EUR, GBP, and CAD currencies.

Test Mode: Set to YES if you would like to use this gateway in test mode (will send requests to your sandbox).

 

Adding the Amazon Pay Button Widget

These widgets help to create the Billing Agreement. Detailed instructions on how to set up the widgets on your site can be found here.

 

Login Widget

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The user clicks this button to login to Amazon. After successfully logging in, the next widgets can be rendered.

 

Address Book and Wallet Widget

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The user selects a shipping address which is stored in the Billing Agreement. If you do not want to use this widget, refer to this article for more information. If not, then after the user selects an address from the AddressBook, the Wallet widget can be rendered.

 

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With this widget, the user selects a payment method that will be stored in the Billing Agreement. LimeLight will not be able to access information about this payment. Instead, we will use a token that is generated at the end of the user flow to authorize and capture on payment methods.

 

Repeat Payment Authorization Widget

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This is the final widget in the user flow. It collects the user’s consent for recurring payments, and if it is not checked, then recurring payments will not be possible.

 

Amazon Instant Payment Notification Messages (IPN)

LimeLight has enabled the use of Amazon Pay IPNs to notify you if a payment has been refunded successfully. Follow these steps to take advantage of this feature and start receiving updates regarding refunds. Once enabled, LimeLight will receive the necessary information to update the refund transaction status.