Your payment might be on the way! It can take up to five business days for money to appear in your bank account after Amazon initiates a deposit. You can check the payment date of any settlement period in the Statement view in your Payments report.
Keeping your seller account up to date and in good standing are the best ways to ensure that you receive payments promptly. Here are common reasons for payment delays:
Funds are unavailable for payment because they are in reserve to ensure you have enough money to fulfill any returns, chargebacks, or A-to-z Guarantee claims. This is a normal part of selling on Amazon.
Bank account or credit card information is missing or invalid. Bank account information is required and credit card information may be required for Amazon to initiate a payment.
Note: Whenever you add or update your bank account information, a mandatory three-day security hold takes effect before we can initiate a funds transfer. For this reason, we recommend not to update your bank account information within three days of any payment date.
The account has a negative or zero balance at the time of payment. This could happen because of selling fees or product refunds. We might charge your credit card to cover the selling fees in this situation.
Shipment for an order is not confirmed.
Less common reasons for payment delays can include actions that we take in response to performance issues or suspicious activity related to your seller account. In this case, you find messages from Amazon with additional details in Performance notifications.