Want a $10 credit from Amazon? Just let it scan your palm
CBS NEWS - Amazon is offering store credit in exchange for customers submitting a digital scan of their palm, according to a report. The ecommerce company in 2020 introduced biometric palm print scanners in some of its brick-and-mortar stores, allowing registered shoppers to pay for goods by waving their hand over the devices.
To promote the payment technology and encourage more people to start using it, dubbed Amazon One, Amazon is offering $10 in promotional credit to anyone who registers a biometric print of their palm at a store, according to a promotional flyer first spotted by Tech Crunch. After registering for the system, users receive Amazon One IDs that include their palm signature, a credit card or other payment data, and other contact information, the tech industry news site reported.
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