How to bypass SMS verification for Amazon
We all have heard of Amazon, the big tech company that does it all. Some of the main focuses for the company include the most known e-commerce platform, digital streaming, media publishing, cloud computing and storage. Amazon has even dived into the artificial intelligence field, being the creator of Alexa, the voice assistant. Amazon has also produced consumer electronics, like Kindle, the famous e-reading device, Echo, Fire TV and tablets.
This company is definitely one of the most known, recognizable and highly valuable brands out there. Alongside Alphabet Inc. (The parent company of Google), Meta, Apple and Microsoft, Amazon is part of the Big Five, a name that refers to the top companies dealing with information, computation, and web services in America.
Amazon first started as an online marketplace for books and media content like music and music videos, going public in 1997. The web store quickly expanded to sell a greater variety of products and services, until it became what it is now. Right now, Amazon is one of the largest companies with an outstanding US $469.822 billion revenues in 2021. Amazon has multiple daughter companies including the likes of Zoox, Twitch, The Whole Foods Market, IMDb, Audible, and of course Amazon Web Services, Amazon Prime Video and Amazon Music.
Before COVID arrived, Amazon was already a titan with its web services, with 1.6 million packages shipped per day in 2019. With the arrival of the pandemic, online shopping was at its peak, with physical stores closed, sellers needed to come up with a way to make revenues while not putting at risk their and others’ health. Customers on the other hand needed to make purchases without leaving home. Marketplaces like Facebook and Craigslist filled part of this niche, while Amazon and its shopping and shipping services filled another.
Although this brought great revenues for the company, as orders and sales were rising, the company needed more workers in warehouses, putting these workers at risk. Amazon received a lot of backlashes for this and for certain statements that were made about poor working conditions. For example, some of these included the lack of air conditioning (this issue has been fixed by now) that made some workers faint from the heat. Other criticisms were referring to low pay and lack of bonuses and benefits for some workers.
Like all companies of the Big Five, Amazon has also been criticized for the collection of data and surveillance of their users. Some proofs of this are showcased in a Panorama documentary, which focuses on the impact this has and the concerns of politicians around the world. The company was also fined by the Luxembourg National Commission for Data Protection for processing personal information that was against the EU General Data Protection Regulation; this fine was $888 million.
The company was also involved in the Solimo strategy. Basically, Amazon collected data from their seller’s products and created knockoffs versions of them, then they manipulated search results to boost their own products on their platform, this way making more sales than its competitors. This happened in India, a country that represents one of the largest growth markets for the company.
You might want to use this platform to buy or sell products online. Amazon is a great tool for that and should be taken advantage of, especially when quarantine restrictions are in place. However, due to its controversies regarding user’s data is reasonable that you don’t want to give any personal information to the company. The good news is that you can register and set up your profile by not entering your real phone number and using a virtual number instead.
In this guide, we’ll show you how to bypass SMS verification for Amazon by using US numbers provided by us, Major Phones.
Step 1: go to Amazon
You can access Amazon through its webpage; search for “Amazon” on your browser’s search bar, and click on the first link you see.
Once you’re on the page, hover on the “Hello, sign in” option and click on “Start here” next to the “New customer?” button.
You’ll be presented with a small form, fill it out with your personal information but leave the phone number section blank because you’ll need a virtual number for that.
Step 2: get a Non VoIP number
Now it’s time to get your new temporary number. First, go to our page and sign in with your information. If you don’t have an account yet, just click on “Sign Up” and follow the steps; you’ll find both of these options on our page’s top menu.
Now, on the top tab, it should say “United States”, but if it doesn’t, change it by clicking on “Select Country”. After that, go to the “Services” tab and click on “Short-term numbers”.
Now you should be seeing all the services available for purchase. Because we’re interested in the one for Amazon, type “Amazon” on the search bar and click on the blue “Purchase” button.
To confirm your purchase, verify you’re buying the right number and mark the checkbox to confirm the discount off from your balance. Then, click on “Next”.
And that’s how you get a temporary number! now, copy it and paste it on Amazon, and hit “Verify mobile number”.
Step 3: verify your account
Before you enter the code, you’ll need to confirm you’re not a robot and protect your account by solving a quick puzzle, after you do that, click on “Next” on our page to receive the verification code.
Enter the code on Amazon’s page and click on “Create your Amazon account”.
And that’s it! Welcome to Amazon.
We hope you enjoy shopping and selling on this website, it can be a very powerful and simple-to-use tool for any business. And the most important part of all is that you created your own account without giving away your phone number only by using our virtual numbers!