How do I get Verified on BandLab?

The verified badge helps you to identify public figures/brands/artists more easily on BandLab. Learn more:

What is a verified badge?

A verified badge is a tick(badgeVerified.jpg) located next to a BandLab user’s name on their profile. The Verified Badge means that BandLab has confirmed that this account is the authentic BandLab account of the person of interest, public figure, artist or celebrity it represents.

How do I request for a verified badge on BandLab?

To request a verified badge, you must be a person of interest, public figure, artist and meet our prerequisites. Please note that even if your account is eligible for verification, your request doesn’t ensure that your account will be verified.

Submit your request for verification here, showcasing yourself in a video. The request can only be done on a computer using a Web Browser like Google Chrome.

What are the prerequisites required for a verified badge?

The BandLab Verified badge represents our acknowledgement of the most inspiring and positively influential creators on our platform.

Aside from following BandLab’s Terms of Use and Community Guidelines, we look for a few key elements when verifying an account. The account should be clearly authentic; one account accurately representing a person, business, or entity. We always look for details. A proper username, display name, and published projects are needed for consideration. Verification is most important for accounts with a high risk of being impersonated, so we look for well-known entities with high visibility and check sources thoroughly before a decision is made. A high number of followers does not guarantee a blue checkmark.

Please note that if you provide false or misleading information during your verification process, we will remove your badge and potentially take actions to terminate your account.

I am verified on other social platforms, why can’t I be verified on BandLab?

BandLab only verifies accounts representing well-known figures due to the high probability of them being impersonated. We also want to make it easier for BandLab users to find public figures and artists who they want to follow and for everyone to have a truly authentic experience on BandLab. 

Although we don't proactively monitor verified accounts for changes, we may un-verify an account if it posts spam or content that doesn't follow our Community Guidelines, or uses its profile picture or bio section to promote other services.

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