Amazon agreed to let European customers cancel their Prime memberships in just 2 clicks following complaints by EU consumer groups
Amazoncustomers in Europecan now cancel Primesubscriptions in just 2 clicks.
- The changes were implemented after the
EUsaid Amazon's "complicated" cancelation process was in breach of its consumer laws.
Amazon customers in Europe will now have an easier time canceling Prime memberships than those in the US after the e-commerce giant faced pushback from the
The European Commission announced that Amazon would allow customers in Europe to unsubscribe from
When asked for comment by Insider, an Amazon spokesperson said: "Customer transparency and trust are top priorities for us. By design we make it clear and simple for customers to both sign up for or cancel their Prime membership. We continually listen to feedback and look for ways to improve the customer experience, as we are doing here following constructive dialogue with the European Commission."
The changes, which were implemented on Friday and are intended to simplify Prime's cancelation process, only apply to countries in the EU and the European Economic Area.
Prime is Amazon's subscription membership offering free 2-day shipping on eligible items on Amazon's e-commerce site, and access to Amazon's streaming platform Prime Video, among other benefits. Membership costs $14.99 per month in the US and 7.99 euros per month in Europe. Amazon reported $8.4 billion in net sales from subscription services for the first quarter of 2022, an 11% increase from last year.
Amazon says it has "no changes to announce at this time" in regards to its cancelation process in the US at this time, according to a report from The Verge.
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