- Can I have 2 Amazon accounts with 1 email address?
- How do I change my Kindle account without losing books?
- How do I combine two Kindle accounts?
- How do I transfer my Amazon account to another account?
- Is it illegal to have multiple Amazon accounts?
- How many seller accounts can you have on Amazon?
- What happens to my Kindle books when I die?
- Does Amazon know your IP address?
- Can I transfer Kindle books to another Amazon account?
- How many Amazon buyer accounts can you have?
- How does Amazon know if you have multiple accounts?
Can I have 2 Amazon accounts with 1 email address?
You could not have two seller accounts with a single email address because the Amazon system is email based.
You can have a buyer account, a seller account and many other types of accounts like Associate or publisher with that email address, but not two seller accounts..
How do I change my Kindle account without losing books?
All you have to do to access them is simply plug in any Kindle device or app to your account again. In other words, just register a Kindle (whether it’s the same original one or a new one) to your Amazon account. So no, you won’t lose your books if you deregister your Kindle device.
How do I combine two Kindle accounts?
StepsLog in to the same Amazon account on both Kindles.Open Amazon in an internet browser.Hover over your name on the menu bar.Click Your Content and Devices on the menu.Select the books you want to move.Click the yellow Deliver button.Click the Devices Selected tab.More items…
How do I transfer my Amazon account to another account?
On the navigation bar, choose your account name, and then choose My Account. Choose Edit next to Account Settings. Choose Edit next to the field to update the existing account credentials to use the login credentials for the new root user. Choose Save Changes after updating the field.
Is it illegal to have multiple Amazon accounts?
To answer your question, no, it is not illegal by law to have two, three, 15, 20, Amazon Seller accounts. But it is a severe violation of Amazon’s terms of service that will get all related accounts suspended immediately— if and when they get caught.
How many seller accounts can you have on Amazon?
1 seller accountYou are allowed 1 seller account per household unless you have a legitimate business reason for a second account and then you have to get permission for that second account…
What happens to my Kindle books when I die?
Because, dear readers, your Kindle e-books never die so long as you keep your account open. They are immortal. … To the question, “So what happens to all my Kindle e-books when I die?” Amazon replied, “I’m sorry; Kindle content can’t be resold or donated, or transferred between accounts.
Does Amazon know your IP address?
Amazon tracks your IP address and cookies, and keeps them in a database. If you log into a new seller account on the same IP address or computer as suspended accounts, or access more than one seller account on one IP or computer, it is more likely that you will get suspended.
Can I transfer Kindle books to another Amazon account?
You can switch the Kindle from one account to another readily, at any time, either from the Kindle or from the Amazon page set up to manage your Kindle. Look for “Register” and “Deregister.” The books that you purchase for your Kindle are locked to your Amazon account – your email address.
How many Amazon buyer accounts can you have?
You can have as many ‘Buyer’ accounts as you want. However, you can only have 1 ‘Seller’ account per household. A second ‘Seller’ account requires pre-approval by Amazon. So, if you do not want your seller account linked to your buyer account, you will have to create a new account to sell on.
How does Amazon know if you have multiple accounts?
“But it is a practise fraught with danger. Amazon traces accounts through a multitude of ways, from your IP address to browsers and browser plug-ins, computer operating systems and cookies. They keep track of under names, email addresses and passwords, and any false steps can trigger their sophisticated systems.