50 Companies That Use Amazon Payments [2022]

50 Companies That Use Amazon Payments [2022]

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We put together a list of the biggest companies that use Amazon Payments, along with some Amazon Payments testimonials and Amazon Payments case studies.

Here's the list:

1. Snappies

Snappies is a hat business started by Burly Vinson in 2017. Snappies uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Snappies:

Revenue
$2K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Houston, Texas, USA

2. TomboyX

TomboyX is a men's underwear brand started by Fran Dunaway in 2013. TomboyX uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about TomboyX: Comfortable underwear made for unapologetic people of all sizes and genders. Browse our collection of eco-friendly underwear for all today.

Revenue
$2M / month
Team
2 founders / 34 employees
Location
Seattle, Washington, USA

3. ATC Memes

ATC Memes is a women's clothing line started by David Lombardo in 2015. ATC Memes uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about ATC Memes: Home of the coolest aviation apparel on the planet. Aviation Gear for pilots, flight attendants, controllers, and aviation enthusiasts. Call Today 800-666-8098

Revenue
$34.5K / month
Team
2 founders / 2 employees
Location
New York, USA

4. Dick At Your Door

Dick At Your Door is a dessert boxes store started by Adam Hascall in 2015. Dick At Your Door uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Dick At Your Door:

Revenue
$125K / month
Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
California, USA

5. Mini Materials

Mini Materials is a woodworking business started by Mat Hofma & Erik Polumbo in 2015. Mini Materials uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Mini Materials: Miniature Cinder Blocks and Mini Construction Materials

Revenue
$20K / month
Team
2 founders / 5 employees
Location
Maitland, Florida, USA

6. Wyze Cam

Wyze Cam is a smart home camera business started by Yun Zhang in 2017. Wyze Cam uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Wyze Cam: Wyze offers smart home cameras and devices packed with features at a price that is accessible for all. Wyze Cam includes 1080p full HD video, smart motion and sound alerts, and 14-day fee cloud storage at a revolutionary price of $20.

Revenue
$1M / month
Team
4 founders / 30 employees
Location
Kirkland, Washington, USA

7. BrüMate

BrüMate is a drinkware brand started by Dylan Jacob in 2016. BrüMate uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about BrüMate: Say goodbye to warm alcohol forever. Shop our collection of can coolers and insulated tumblers designed to keep your drinks the perfect temperature while you’re on the go.

Revenue
$780K / month
Team
1 founders / 57 employees
Location
Denver, Colorado, USA

8. Suffolk Latch Company

Suffolk Latch Company is a furniture business started by Carl Benson in 2007. Suffolk Latch Company uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Suffolk Latch Company: Suppliers of traditional hand forged ironmongery. Hand made suffolk thumb latches and authentic T hinges and rose head nails, finished in a bees wax coating.

Revenue
$70K / month
Team
1 founders / 7 employees
Location
Clare, England, United Kingdom

9. Cape Whoopies

Cape Whoopies is an online food business started by Marcia Wiggins in 2013. Cape Whoopies uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Cape Whoopies: Gourmet whoopie pies are our specialty! We proudly ship Maine whoopie pies nationwide by the dozen from our whoopie pie cafe and bakery located at 185 ...

Revenue
$25K / month
Team
1 founders / 4 employees
Location
South Portland, Maine, USA

10. QALO

QALO is a jewelry making business started by KC Holiday in 2013. QALO uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about QALO: QALO silicone rings are made specifically for the active lifestyle providing a safe, comfortable alternative to the typical engagement & wedding ring bands.

Revenue
$2M / month
Team
2 founders / 45 employees
Location
Santa Ana, California, USA

11. Kitchen Safe

Kitchen Safe is a tupperware business started by David Krippendorf in 2012. Kitchen Safe uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Kitchen Safe: The kSafe by Kitchen Safe is a time-lock container that helps you form good habits. It can only be opened when the timer reaches zero. No overrides!

Revenue
$150K / month
Team
3 founders / 18 employees
Location
Southlake, Texas, USA

12. KPOP Foods

KPOP Foods is a hot sauce business started by Theo Lee in 2017. KPOP Foods uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about KPOP Foods: KPOP Foods is the new brand helping people discover and enjoy Korean food and flavors. The LA startup creates delicious food products such as a versatile gochujang sauce and an organic, roasted seaweed snack that invite today’s generations to easily take part in the ultimate social experience that is Korean food.

Revenue
$6.5K / month
Team
2 founders / 5 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

13. Love Is Project

Love Is Project is a jewelry product started by Chrissie Lam in 2017. Love Is Project uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Love Is Project: The #loveisproject connects people around the world through a universal message of LOVE. Empower artisan communities through an ethical supply chain. Shop now!

Revenue
$200K / month
Team
1 founders / 2 employees
Location
San Francisco, California, USA

14. CoziGo

CoziGo is a children's clothing business started by Emma Lovell in 2015. CoziGo uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about CoziGo: CoziGo offers sleep & sun protection covers for prams & airline cots. The brand has won the GOLD award for delivering a great quality product for babies. They are considered the best brand for baby strollers.

Revenue
$26K / month
Team
1 founders / 2 employees
Location
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

15. Pain Care Labs

Pain Care Labs is a medical device company started by Amy Baxter MD in 2006. Pain Care Labs uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Pain Care Labs: Buzzy uses natural pain relief to block needle pain for blood draws and shots. Proven in clinical trials to reduce fear and phobia, Bee and Ladybug designs work for children and adults. Buzzy is used for vaccines injections site reactions by patients on insulin Humira Enbrel IVF growth hormone biologics and more!

Revenue
$190K / month
Team
1 founders / 7 employees
Location
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

16. SmartyPits

SmartyPits is a deodorant brand started by Stacia Guzzo in 2014. SmartyPits uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about SmartyPits: SmartyPits is helping the world go aluminum-free, one deodorant stick at a time. Plus. a portion of sales go towards fighting breast cancer! Order today:

Revenue
$183K / month
Team
2 founders / 13 employees
Location
Bend, OR, USA

17. Outlaw

Outlaw is a soap business started by Danielle Vincent in 2013. Outlaw uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Outlaw: Handmade soaps, body wash, lip balms, and colognes that smell like whiskey, campfire, leather, and bacon... basically, everything that makes life worthwhile.

Revenue
$380K / month
Team
2 founders / 13 employees
Location
Sparks, NV, USA

18. LEVDisplay

LEVDisplay is an electronics store started by Jeff Olson in 2017. LEVDisplay uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about LEVDisplay: Magnetic levitation Device, levitating plants, electromagnets, levitating magnet kit, electromagnet kit, diy magnetic levitation, floating plants.

Revenue
$4K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Denver, Colorado, USA

19. Battle Balm

Battle Balm is a skin care product line started by Dylan Jawahir in 2013. Battle Balm uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Battle Balm: The strongest all-natural organic OTC topical pain relief! Fast pain relief for swelling, inflammation, fracture, post-surgery healing & arthritis. Can be used on muscle cramps, bruising, delayed onset muscle soreness or doms. Effective relief for neck pain, sciatica, tennis elbow, yoga and sports injuries.

Revenue
$10K / month
Team
1 founders / 5 employees
Location
San Diego, California, USA

20. Sene

Sene is a women's clothing line started by Ray Li in 2017. Sene uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Sene: As featured in the LA Times, Forbes, GQ, Fashionista, and Glossy. Modern custom clothing for men and women by the industry leader in accuracy. Based in Los Angeles. Get custom suits, custom shirts, custom coats, custom outerwear, custom t-shirts, custom pants. Made-to-measure with bespoke precision, shipped to you.

Revenue
$40K / month
Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

21. Pearls of Joy

Pearls of Joy is a jewelry making business started by Kevin Canning in 2003. Pearls of Joy uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Pearls of Joy: As featured in Forbes... Luxury grade pearls at direct to consumer prices. Every order comes with free 100-Day no-hassle returns. Find out why 30,000+ customers LOVE us.

Revenue
$200K / month
Team
1 founders / 4 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

22. Million Dollar Collar

Million Dollar Collar is a men's clothing line started by Rob Kessler in 2013. Million Dollar Collar uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Million Dollar Collar: Our patented sewn-in collar support technology prevents the placket of your shirt from crumbling under the weight of the collar.

Revenue
$15K / month
Team
3 founders / 0 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

23. Temples and Markets

Temples and Markets is a fashion business started by Judith Treanor in 2015. Temples and Markets uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Temples and Markets: Ethically Sourced Accessories, Bags, Jewellery and Decorative Gifts. Supporting Social Enterprise, Emerging Designers and Artisans from South East Asia. Curated Store where every Product has a Story. Temples and Markets is your Go-TO online store for Unique gifts handmade with love.

Revenue
$5.5K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

24. Maxwell Scott Bags Ltd

Maxwell Scott Bags Ltd is a luxury brand started by William Forshaw in 2002. Maxwell Scott Bags Ltd uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Maxwell Scott Bags Ltd: Official UK Store - Maxwell Scott Bags specialise in exquisite leather briefcases, travel luggage & handbags. All our goods are handcrafted by master craftsman from the finest full grain Italian leather. We guarantee our products to improve with age and offer an incredible 25-year guarantee.

Revenue
$300K / month
Team
1 founders / 14 employees
Location
York, England, United Kingdom

25. Geocode.xyz

Geocode.xyz is an API started by Ervin Ruci in 2016. Geocode.xyz uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Geocode.xyz: geocode.xyz - A geoparser, geocoder and batch geocoder for the world. Map your data.

Revenue
$30K / month
Team
1 founders / 2 employees
Location
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

26. AlmondClear

AlmondClear is a skin care product line started by Leslie Eisen in 2017. AlmondClear uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about AlmondClear: Harness the power of pure Mandelic Acid (and experience carefree skin! Formulated from bitter almonds, our serums are effective on a variety of skin concerns.

Revenue
$15K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Portland, Oregon, USA

27. DragonTree Publishing

DragonTree Publishing is an author started by Sheila Crosby in 2012. DragonTree Publishing uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about DragonTree Publishing:

Revenue
$200 / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
El Paso, Spain

28. Penny Portrait

Penny Portrait is a stationery business started by Maury McCoy in 2008. Penny Portrait uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Penny Portrait: A fun DIY activity where you create a portrait of Abe Lincoln from pennies. Each kit includes an 18 x 24 poster & genuine 1943 steel cent. Amaze your friends!

Revenue
$1.25K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Austin, Texas, USA

29. Ashland Leather

Ashland Leather is a wallet brand started by Phil Kalas in 2011. Ashland Leather uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Ashland Leather: Ashland Leather crafts premium men's leather wallets from famous Horween leathers like shell cordovan and Chromexcel. Each wallet is carefully crafted using heritage techniques and are designed to last a lifetime.

Revenue
$60K / month
Team
2 founders / 8 employees
Location
Chicago, Illinois, USA

30. Comfy Cup LLC

Comfy Cup LLC is an outdoor sports store started by Kyler Russell in 2016. Comfy Cup LLC uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Comfy Cup LLC: Comfy Cup LLC is committed to creating a comfortable, light-weight, flexible, protective athletic cup designed specifically to fit youth athletes just getting started with contact sports. They also donate a percentage of net profits to programs that support young inventors and entrepreneurs.

Revenue
$7.5K / month
Team
2 founders / 2 employees
Location
Midwest, Kansas, USA

31. Tini Lux

Tini Lux is an earring business started by Jackie Burke in 2017. Tini Lux uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Tini Lux: Our earrings are better than "hypoallergenic." They are the first earrings specially designed for sensitive ears and metal allergies. Tini Lux is the source for high end fashion earrings made from medical grade titanium and niobium.

Revenue
$22K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
New York, New York, USA

32. Barry & Jason Games and Entertainment

Barry & Jason Games and Entertainment is a game store started by Barry McLaughlin in 2015. Barry & Jason Games and Entertainment uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Barry & Jason Games and Entertainment: Game Night in a Can is the multi-generational party game for all ages and occasions. 30 different creative challenges & games of skill make for hilarious family game nights, unique dinner parties, memorable sleepovers, creative classrooms, original office gatherings, raucous birthday parties, and pretty much anything!

Revenue
$25K / month
Team
2 founders / 1 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

33. LeGlue LLC

LeGlue LLC is a glue business started by Tripp Phillips in 2015. LeGlue LLC uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about LeGlue LLC:

Revenue
$17K / month
Team
3 founders / 4 employees
Location
Dalton, Georgia, USA

34. The Cut Buddy

The Cut Buddy is a men's grooming company started by Joshua Esnard in 2015. The Cut Buddy uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about The Cut Buddy: The Cut Buddy (as seen on Shark Tank) is the #1 Best-Selling Beard & Haircut shaping tool for your beard grooming kit or maintenance kit. GQ called it “Genius!”

Team
2 founders / 4 employees
Location
Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA

35. GloveStix

GloveStix is a cleaning products business started by Krista Woods in 2014. GloveStix uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about GloveStix: GloveStix and ShoeStix are an odor management solution for sports gloves, shoes, boots, helmets, knee pads, arm pads, more. Our Stink Stix inhibit bacteria growth, absorb moisture, and deodorize. Reduces odor in as little as 24 hours. Non-toxic and chemical free deodorizing for all your athletic gloves and shoes.

Revenue
$60K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Ashburn, Virginia, USA

36. Brazyn Life

Brazyn Life is a foam roller business started by Nate Lawrie in 2015. Brazyn Life uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Brazyn Life: The Morph is the world's only Collapsible Foam Roller. The most portable foam roller in the world, The Morph is a standard size roller with a collapsible core. The best foam roller for travel, yoga, pilates, general fitness, and general health!

Team
1 founders / 4 employees
Location
Santa Barbara, California, USA

37. Ice Shaker

Ice Shaker is a drinkware brand started by Chris Gronkowski in 2016. Ice Shaker uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Ice Shaker: Ditch your old smelly plastic shakers and say hello to the insulated Ice Shaker™ protein shaker. This tumbler is odor-free and holds ice for over 30 hours. Take your workout or beach party to the next level! ✓Seen on Shark Tank!

Revenue
$450K / month
Team
2 founders / 9 employees
Location
Southlake, Texas, USA

38. Woodies

Woodies is a sunglasses business started by Cory Stout in 2012. Woodies uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Woodies: Woodies manufactures sunglasses, watches, and a few other items. It is a personally-owned business firm. Woodies was founded by Cory Stout in 2012. Their sunglasses arms are made of wood, giving it a classic and sustainable touch.

Revenue
$190K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Santa Monica, CA, USA

39. Felony Case

Felony Case is a phone case business started by Andrew Moore in 2012. Felony Case uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Felony Case: Inspired iPhone Cases for iPhone X XS Max XR Case, iPhone 8 Case, iPhone 8+ Plus Case, iPhone 7 Case, iPhone 7+ Plus Case. Featuring Kaleidoscope iPhone Case, Marble iPhone Case, Concrete iPhone Case, Holographic iPhone Case, Tortoise iPhone Case, Grid iPhone Case, and more...

Revenue
$120K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

40. Sayar Care

Sayar Care is a hair loss treatment product started by Zee Schwab in 2017. Sayar Care uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Sayar Care: Stop your hair loss and stimulate regrowth. Block DHT naturally to stop your balding, and start regrowing your hair! Clinically tested, natural ingredients.

Revenue
$76K / month
Team
3 founders / 4 employees
Location
New York, New York, USA

41. Framed Tweets

Framed Tweets is a custom prints business started by Zach Katz in 2017. Framed Tweets uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Framed Tweets: Art for the 21st century.

Revenue
$25K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Amsterdam, Netherlands

42. VIPER by KCH

VIPER by KCH is an event management company started by Celeste Durve in 2017. VIPER by KCH uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about VIPER by KCH: Cargo

Revenue
$40K / month
Team
2 founders / 0 employees
Location
Los Angeles, California, USA

43. The Adventurous Mailbox

The Adventurous Mailbox is a children's book writer started by Andrew Bliss in 2016. The Adventurous Mailbox uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about The Adventurous Mailbox: Using adventure to introduce kids to world cultures, computer coding, and so much more. A fascinating world is on the way!

Revenue
$10K / month
Team
1 founders / 3 employees
Location
Taiwan

44. Leader Connecting Leaders

Leader Connecting Leaders is a niche blog started by Jodi Carlson in 2015. Leader Connecting Leaders uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Leader Connecting Leaders: Blog for Girl Scout Leaders & other scout groups to find ideas to run meetings & earn badges. Together we will shape the girl leaders of tomorrow.

Revenue
$6K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Ohio City, OH, USA

45. Cybernium Inc.

Cybernium Inc. is a blog started by Itai Danan in 2005. Cybernium Inc. uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Cybernium Inc.: Camera Buying Guide to find the best Digital Camera, Digital SLR (DSLR) and Lens for your needs. Extensive reviews of cameras, photography gear, books and more.

Revenue
$1K / month
Team
1 founders / 1 employees

46. Firehouse Moustache Wax, LLC

Firehouse Moustache Wax, LLC is started by John Pitts in 2006. Firehouse Moustache Wax, LLC uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Firehouse Moustache Wax, LLC: Superior hold & quality handmade moustache wax offered in 3 kinds; Light, Dark & customer favorite "Wacky Tacky." Hand-poured in small batches in the USA.

Team
2 founders / 0 employees
Location
Floure, Occitania, France

47. Swoveralls

Swoveralls is a women's clothing line started by Kyle Bergman in 2017. Swoveralls uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Swoveralls: The Great Fantastic is creating the world's comfiest products using sustainable resources and ethical manufacturing methods. Our hero product, Swoveralls, combines sweatpants and overalls into one glorious and incredibly comfy masterpiece. All Swoveralls sold on swoveralls.com are made in the USA.

Revenue
$100K / month
Team
1 founders / 10 employees
Location
New York, New York, USA

48. ESL With Purpose

ESL With Purpose is an education products business started by Alex Bricker in 2017. ESL With Purpose uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about ESL With Purpose: A website about English language games and resources like Phrase It to help English Language Learners around the world accelerate learning. ESL learning activities and teacher resources, educational books, and English language development products.

Revenue
$1.5K / month
Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Fort Collins, Colorado, USA

49. Matador

Matador is a travel products business started by Chris Clearman in 2014. Matador uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Matador: Matador makes equipment designed for efficient, objective-based travel. Designed by experts in their Boulder, CO headquarters and thoroughly tested on real outdoor travel pursuits, Matador products are armed with everything you need with nothing you don’t.

Team
1 founders / 0 employees
Location
Boulder, Colorado, USA

50. Tentsile

Tentsile is a tents product started by Alex Shirley-Smith in 2012. Tentsile uses Amazon Payments for their payments.

More about Tentsile: Our award-winning tree tents and camping hammocks offer a unique camping experience, combining the versatility of a hammock with the protection of a tent. Stay warm, dry and off the ground, while sleep on your front, back or side. Choose Tentsile for most comfortable night's sleep you'll have outdoors.

Revenue
$50K / month
Team
2 founders / 16 employees
Location
London, England, United Kingdom

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