Welcome to the terms and conditions ("Terms") applicable to Recurring Payments for Amazon Pay balance: Money ("Amazon Pay balance"). These Terms are between you and Amazon Pay (India) Private Limited ("Amazon", "We" or "Us") and/or its affiliates. These Terms govern our respective rights and obligations in relation to recurring payment services offered by us on www.amazon.in ("Amazon.in") to Auto Reload of Amazon Pay balance.
Please note that your use of Amazon.in and Amazon Pay balance is also governed by the agreements listed and linked below, as well as all other applicable terms, conditions, limitations, and requirements on the Amazon.in website, which (as changed over time) are incorporated into these Terms.
Amazon may make available an option to you to automatically load Amazon Pay balance ("Auto Reload") associated with your Amazon.in account by making payments on a recurring basis ("Recurring Payments"). By enabling Recurring Payments, you opt to Auto Reload your Amazon Pay balance.
Amazon or its affiliates may, at any time, without any notice to you, discontinue Recurring Payments for Auto Reload.
You may choose, but will not be bound, to avail Recurring Payments for Auto Reload of your Amazon Pay balance. In the event you opt for Recurring Payments, you agree to be bound by these Terms in addition to the terms and conditions applicable to your Amazon Pay balance.
In case you opt to avail Recurring Payments, you will be required to choose: (a) the amount in your Amazon Pay balance at which you wish to automatically load your Amazon Pay balance (such amount, "Auto Reload Limit"), (b) the amount you wish to load / add (such amount, "Auto Reload Amount"). You can change the Auto Reload Limit and Auto Reload Amount at any time.
Eligible Payment Methods
You can opt for Recurring Payments only in the event a payment method registered with your Amazon.in account and selected by you for the purpose of Recurring Payments is current, valid and acceptable to Amazon. The eligible payment methods available for Auto Reload are all credit cards issued in India and debit cards issued by ICICI, Citi and Kotak banks (such method is hereinafter referred to as "Payment Method").
We reserve the right to decide the Payment Methods eligible for Recurring Payments. We may also choose to extend the Recurring Payments to selected Payment Methods / products offered by banks. In other words, our recognition of a specific Payment Method / product offered by a particular bank would not imply our recognition of other payment methods / products offered by such bank.
You may change your Payment Method for Recurring Payments at any time, provided such Payment Method is eligible for Recurring Payments. However, in case of such change, to activate Recurring Payments through such new Payment Method, you will need to enable Recurring Payments on that Payment Method.
You are solely responsible for the accuracy of the information of the Payment Method provided by you, including without limitation, card (credit / debit) details or bank account details etc.
Enable Recurring Payments
You can enable Recurring Payments at any time you load your Amazon Pay balance.
If you select the Recurring Payments option, your Amazon Pay balance will Auto Reload each time your Amazon Pay balance reaches or falls below the Auto Reload Limit. You will be charged automatically for the Auto Reload Amount, through the Payment Method registered with your Amazon.in account and selected by you for Recurring Payments.
Before Recurring Payments is effected, a token amount may be charged on the Payment Method proposed to be used by you (for Recurring Payments), for verification / authentication purposes. A token amount may also be charged on your selected Payment Method in case of any change in the Auto Reload Limit or Auto Reload Amount, for verification / authentication purposes, or in other cases if the verification / authentication is deemed necessary by us. Once the verification / authentication is successful, Recurring Payments will be enabled for Auto Reload of your Amazon Pay balance and the token amount charged will be added to your Amazon Pay balance.
You agree, understand and acknowledge that Amazon may engage third party payment processors / gateway service providers to facilitate processing of Recurring Payments. Accordingly, you may be required to follow any terms and conditions of such third party payment processors / gateway service providers, as communicated to you, from time to time.
Your Amazon Pay balance will Auto Reload with the Auto Reload Amount, upon payment being charged to your Payment Method.
Once Recurring Payments for Auto Reload has been enabled, you authorize us to charge the Auto Reload Amount, unless you cancel or disable Recurring Payments, by means then specified by us, in which case your Amazon Pay balance will not Auto Reload.
Disable / Cancel Recurring Payments
You may cancel or disable Recurring Payments in the settings / preferences of Amazon Pay balance.
In the event: (a) you cancel or disable Recurring Payments or Auto Reload of Amazon Pay balance; or (b) one of your Recurring Payments is declined, for any reason whatsoever, including without limitation, expiry of your card: the Auto Reload Amount will not be added to the Amazon Pay balance, once the same reaches the Auto Reload Limit. In such scenarios, you will be required to separately load your Amazon Pay balance.
Notification and Communication
We will notify you, through email or SMS, once your Amazon Pay balance reaches or falls below the Auto Reload Limit. You authorize us to communicate with you through emails or SMS in connection with Recurring Payments. You acknowledge that we may also communicate with you through any of our affiliate(s).
Disclaimer of Liability
You agree that we will not be liable for any losses or damages suffered by you on account of your use of Recurring Payments for Auto Reload, including as a result of any fraud in connection with any payment towards Auto Reload using your Payment Method.
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