Click the Enroll button at the top right.
Now you can register your account as a legal entity, and for that you need a D-U-N-S number. This is a code in the International Legal Entity Identifier, a kind of “trustmark”. It serves as a confirmation of the existence and real activity of your company for Apple.
To see if your organization has such a number, go to Enrolling as an Organization and then click Learn more. The next screen will prompt you to check the D-U-N-S number look up tool. You will need to enter your company name and your information. Be careful when you fill out the verification form. The information must be entered in English.
After filling in all the required lines, click Continue.
If the answer is yes, continue with your registration.
If the company does not have a D-U-N-S number, you will be asked to submit an application for verification. Dun & Bradstreet is responsible for obtaining the numbers. You will be notified by mail or phone within 14 days.
You can continue your registration by clicking Start Your Enrollment. You’ll be taken to the Apple website, where you can select Company/Organization and then click Continue. You’ll see a box and fields to fill in – name, D-U-N-S number, contact information and website.
Please note that you must include a valid phone number, corporate e-mail and company website.
All addresses and phone numbers must be real. You may be contacted by Apple representatives at these phone numbers to confirm your registration. Be careful and double-check everything.
It usually takes 3 days to process the information you receive during registration. After that, an Apple employee will contact you to verify your phone number and confirm your account.
Talking to an Apple employee is an obligatory and standard stage of account verification and registration. You can’t do without a phone call. Be prepared to speak briefly in English about your company.
If you are registering as a natural person, you choose Individual. And then you fill out all the fields of the form in English.