You might have been surprised to see how many people were happy with Amazon’s new auto-pay program.
But the company is making it clear that it is not happy with how people have been using the program.
In a statement provided to USA Today, Amazon said that it “does not endorse or endorse any product” and that it has “zero tolerance” for fraud and abuse.
Amazon Prime customers will have to pay $10 a month for unlimited access to Prime Now, including unlimited trips to more than 200,000 stores across the U.S. and Canada.
It will also be possible to subscribe to a monthly service plan that lets you pay $50 a month or more for unlimited trips.
“We are committed to ensuring that our customers receive the best experience possible and we are working to address these issues as quickly as possible,” Amazon said in the statement.
The company also said that the auto-payment program was “not designed to offer any additional benefits beyond those provided by the Prime membership program.”
“We have implemented several measures to ensure that our membership program remains safe and secure, and we will continue to work closely with our Prime members to address this issue,” Amazon added.
The auto-Pay program is a popular way to make your car wash feel more like a garage and that’s a major advantage to Amazon’s Prime membership, which is available for a limited time for the $99 annual membership.
Amazon also released a video that shows how you can pay for a car wash without using a credit card or cash.
“This video is the first step in making it as easy as possible for our customers to pay for their car wash,” Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in a statement.
“We’ve created a new way to pay, and it’s not just for car wash employees or customers.
It’s also for our shoppers.”
The car wash was recently featured in a viral video titled, “A car wash that pays you for your car.”
It was the first time that an Amazon car wash had been featured on a video.
The video was posted on Facebook, and the video garnered more than 1.3 million views in less than a day.
Amazon says it has also expanded its auto-buyers program to include “more than 1 million shoppers,” including customers of the auto wash.
The company says it will start charging for the car wash on its site in a few weeks.
This story has been updated to include comment from Amazon.