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  1. Love it! Another alternative is to offer to let the customer use Amazon Pay, which lets customers use all their data already stored on Amazon (address, cc details, etc) for super-fast checkout. This way the customer get the “trust-factor” that they associate with Amazon, and you only pay Amazon the tiny fees you would otherwise pay to your credit card processor.

    One other comment on the pop-up: As all the data points regarding Amazon are on the left and all the data points regarding the small retailer are on the right, I would switch the sides of the Buy buttons as well.

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      Ted: As all the data points regarding Amazon are on the left and all the data points regarding the small retailer are on the right, I would switch the sides of the Buy buttons as well.
      Rishi: I like this suggestion but want to be 100% sure. Could you explain your reasoning? Is it because people read left to right?

      BTW, wish you a wonderful 2019 🙂

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