How to set up and manage multiple payment systems in the Amazon Echo device
With the Echo device, Amazon has introduced a new way to pay for things on the web.
In a blog post, the company explains how it has managed two payment systems.
The first is the Amazon Web Services (AWS) payment system.
It works with Amazon’s cloud payment service.
This allows you to set payments and add a payment source to your Amazon account.
The second payment system is the third-party payment system Alexa Payments.
Alexa Payments is a web service that allows you add a third-parties payment source and use the Amazon CloudPay service.
The Amazon Web Service Payment System This payment system allows you set payment sources and add them to your account.
For example, if you use the Alexa Payments payment system to pay a web developer for work on an Amazon app, you can add a web source for Alexa Payments to your payment account.
Amazon’s payment system lets you use Alexa Payments for payments.
The payment source has to be set in your Alexa Payments settings.
For more information, see How to pay with Amazon Alexa Payments, or use the payment source in the Alexa Dashboard.
The third-Party Payment System Alexa Payments has two payment sources, one for the web developer and another for the Alexa Alexa Developer Dashboard, which provides a payment system that can be used by users to add payment sources.
For an example, check out this video showing how Alexa Payments works with the Amazon Alexa Developer dashboard.
To set up Alexa Payments in your Echo device you’ll need to install two services.
AlexaPay is a cloud payment solution, so it’s only available for devices with the Echo app installed.
The Alexa Developer API is a service that lets you add payment source for your Alexa devices.
Alexa Pay requires a developer account on your Echo, but that account is also needed to use the Echo Payments payment service, so you’ll have to create a developer-friendly account.
For an example of how AlexaPay works, see Amazon Alexa Pay: How to add a payments source to an Echo device.
You’ll need the Alexa Developer account to use AlexaPay.
The Alexa Developer Access Key is required for Amazon Alexa Developers to add AlexaPay payment sources to their Alexa devices, but is not required to use a payment method.
Alexa Developer access keys are required for users who want to add third- party payment sources using AlexaPay, but not AlexaPay itself.
To add a credit card to an Alexa device, you’ll first need to create an account with AlexaPay and register the device.
For AlexaPay to accept your payment, it needs your credit card information.
For Amazon Alexa Devices, the credit card you provide must be the one you use to pay.
To use the third party payment service Alexa Payments on Alexa devices with a credit or debit card, you need to set the AlexaPay account to be the only payment source on your Alexa device.
Alexa payments work with Alexa Devices with credit or a debit card.
Alexa payment system doesn’t work with Amazon devices that don’t have a credit and debit card in the device’s device manager.
To pay for work with an Alexa Device, you first need an Alexa Developer key.
This is an Amazon Developer Access key.
For a list of available Amazon Developer keys, see this blog post.
Alexa Devices have to be registered for use with Alexa Payments and are not automatically activated if they don’t use an Alexa developer key.
Alexa developer keys are not valid for third- Party payment system integration.
To setup AlexaPay for Alexa Devices and add an Alexa Payment source to a payment account, go to the Alexa Devices page.
There you’ll see an “Add a payment sources” button.
Click that button.
If Alexa Payments doesn’t recognize the device, it’ll ask you to add it to Alexa Payments as an authorized payment source.
For additional information, read How to setup and use Alexa payments.
The payment source is set in Alexa Payments Settings.
For the Alexa Payment Source, select the payment method you want Alexa Payments support for.
Then click the “Add” button next to the payment type you want to use.
For more information on Alexa Payments see How To add a Payment Source to an Amazon Alexa Device.