Hi All, Back for yet another question since you've all been so helpful so far. . I need to pay my Mom some money back from a bridge loan. I thought about trying Amazon payments as a way to earn some FF points. But, I was just looking into it and it says you "cannot fund payments with a CC". Huh? I thought that was what everyone here did. Or, is this like a Bluebird thing where you buy a reloadable card or something and then use the reloadable card to load the Amazon account? Does anyone know? Also, it sounds like people that then withdraw the money might have a problem doing so, since at the bottom it gives instructions in how to try and try again to withdraw money and what to do if you can't seem to withdraw it. Has anyone used their CC and had the recipient withdraw money to a checking account with ease? Here's the text from the Amazon website about the funding issue. The first line makes it seem like you can use your CC, but then look at the last line. You can fund your payment using the credit card on file or from your Available Balance. As soon as you verify the bank account information added to your account, you can add funds to your Available Balance. To add funds to your Available Balance, follow these steps: Log in to your Amazon Payments account. Click the Deposit tab. Select your bank account from the drop-down menu. Enter the amount you want to transfer from your bank account to your Payments account. Click Continue. Note: You cannot add funds to your Amazon Payments account by using a credit card. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks again everyone.