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Amazon Introduces Logins For Teen Shoppers

12 October 2017, 03:46 | Marlene Myers

Amazon now lets teenagers shop via separate logins attached to their parents' accounts

OMG! Teens now get more freedom to shop on Amazon

Here's how it works: when your teen finds something they want, they place the order on the app with a parent-approved payment method.

Amazon is targeting a new segment of shoppers - teenagers.

Amazon is rolling out a service that lets parents and teens share an Amazon account.

Any time they make a purchase, teens will be able to include a note that explains (or argues) why they need the particular item.

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Parents who aren't pleased with their child's purchase have up to 30 minutes to cancel an order, according to an Amazon spokeswoman. Teens will also have access to features like Prime Video and other "select" benefits typically associated with Amazon Prime (like Twitch Prime), meaning they're essentially getting a potential five-year trial run of their own full Prime account.

USA online privacy laws mandate that web companies require users to be at least 13 years old without explicit parental permission, but Amazon's terms of service are actually a little stricter, requiring anyone under 18 to get parental permission to use its services. The kid then receives an invite and they choose their own username and password.

Amazon launched a new kind of account specifically for teens. The teen can request the account and the parent can confirm via a text or email.

Order approvals are switched on by default, so if a parent wants to allow a teen to shop Amazon without each item being reviewed they'll have to explicitly disable this feature. It's a rite of passage for many teens and tweens. "I think this is the direction a lot of these companies are going in just to help parents and teens stay more connected in a safe way".



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