In my quest for world domination of book sales, I wanna get me one of them thar ITIN numbers. (Practising US American here. Hmm... that should be 'practicing', gol-durnit.)
I read this on the WebVivant post -
When you use exception 1(d), the IRS requires that you accompany the form with a letter, on headed paper, from the organisation that will be paying you the royalties, stipulating that you do, indeed, need an ITIN. I contacted Royalty Services at Lulu asking them about this. The same day, they emailed back with an attached letter requesting that the IRS expedite the issuing of the ITIN.
I suppose 'Royalty Services' is hiding somewhere? Anybody got any ideas???