Can I have multiple Findaway Voices accounts?

Can I have multiple Findaway Voices accounts?

Findaway Voices generally does not support having multiple accounts with the same legal information. Please review the following frequently asked questions surrounding multiple accounts. 
Note: Please review the last bullet point if you fall into both Author and Narrator categories

Can I have multiple Findaway Voices accounts?

  1. One account per entity: We do not support having multiple accounts, only one account per legal entity/payment method.

What if I manage multiple publisher/author names?

  1. Managing different publisher/author names: We understand the need to manage different publisher/author names. Rest assured you can manage different publisher/author names under one account. There is no need to keep separate logins for this purpose.

What if I already have two different accounts?

  1. You'll hear from us: If you create a duplicate account we’ll be contacting you to merge the information in multiple accounts to get you back down to one account.
  2. Duplicate accounts will lead to delays: Creating a duplicate account will lead to potentially significant delays in publishing new titles through the duplicate account while we straighten out the situation. Duplicate accounts will also cause delay in payments.

I'm a publisher, can I give my clients an account to access their project?

  1. Additional "child" accounts are not supported: We currently do not support this type of account. If you have a large catalog of content with multiple authors, you may be better suited to work with the Content Partnerships team, a separate arm of Findaway. 

What if I am an Author and also a Narrator?

  1. This is the only instance of having two accounts: If you're a narrator AND an author that distributes audiobooks, then it is okay to have two accounts (one author account, one narrator account).
    Please note that you will need two separate emails for this, as our system is not able to support both types of accounts under the same email. 
  2. Voices Share Note: If you plan to participate in Voices Share as a narrator, and also have a rights holder account, we’ll need to help you set up your voices share account manually. 

Please note, that if you have or had an account on Findaway Voices that has been closed by us, at Findway Voices, you may not attempt to open a new account!

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