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Amazon will give you $10 if you pay by palm

Amazon is promoting its Amazon One in-store biometric access and payments system by offering customers US$10 credit when they register their palm to gain access to and make payments in stores equipped with the company’s contactless palm scanning technology. amazon palm

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The retail giant launched Amazon One in Seattle in September 2020, and has now rolled it out to more than 50 Amazon Books, Amazon Go, Amazon 4-Star and Whole Foods Market stores across 15 states as well as in the capital, Washington DC.

According to Amazon’s patent filed in 2019, the tech identifies a person by their hand’s veins, wrinkles, and even bones.

To sign up to Amazon One, customers have to go to a store equipped with scanners, insert their credit or debit card into a machine, and hover their hand over the scanner. Amazon says the process takes less than a minute.

According to an advert promoting Amazon One seen by Techcrunch, customers who sign up for the service in-store will receive a US$10 promotional credit via email that they can use “on any products sold by Amazon.com”.

The advert does not specify how long the credit offer will be made available to customers registering for Amazon One.

Sign up once. Use anywhere. amazon palm

quick-iconSign up is quick.Really quick.All you need is a credit card, your mobile number, and of course, your palm.


contactless-iconHover to identify yourself and pay.Once you’re signed up, you can use your palm to enter, identify, and pay where Amazon One is available – it’s that simple!


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