You would develop your AFI and the software drivers/tools to use this AFI. You would then package these software tools/drivers into an Amazon Machine Image (AMI) in an encrypted format. AWS manages all AFIs in the encrypted format you provide to maintain the security of your code. To sell a product in the AWS Marketplace, you or your company must sign up to be an AWS Marketplace reseller, you would then submit your AMI ID and the AFI ID(s) intended to be packaged in a single product. AWS Marketplace will take care of cloning the AMI and AFI(s) to create a product, and associate a product code to these artifacts, such that any end-user subscribing to this product code would have access to this AMI and the AFI(s).
When you register a company, that company is available in your AWS account in all AWS Regions. However, the same isn't true for 10DLC campaigns. A 10DLC campaign can only be used in the AWS Region that it was registered in.
The FTC gives tips (link in References) about how you can protect yourself and your business from credit card fraud online. One of those tips is to submit your credit card information only to reputable companies when making purchases -- and Amazon, given its position as a leading online retailer, qualifies as a reputable company. Also, if you print out all of your Amazon purchase receipts, you'll have an accessible record of credit card purchases so you can quickly spot fraud if it does occur. Beyond that, Amazon advises that you never send your credit card information in an email as a form of payment. 153554b96e