PrivySeal needs an unique email address for each Privyseal holder for several good reasons.
That said, it does happen that more than one person sometimes shares an email address.
If that is how you work, please consider registering a free email address using a webmail service such as Gmail.com. This is ideal as, even if you do not use it much, you may forward any email addressed to you, at this new address, to your shared business email account. That will allow you to have your own email address but also have your email routed to a shared email platform.
If you would prefer to avoid webmail, in some cases, you may modify your shared email address e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org by adding a prefix to it e.g. email@example.com and then register with this modified email address on PrivySeal. Another person could do the same using an email address such as firstname.lastname@example.org.
It is important that you test this out first before assuming it will work, as your organisation's email server must allow for such modified email addresses. If it doesn't the email administrator should be requested to enable this feature. Each person may then have a unique email address that we can use to match their information against.
Please ensure that you update your contact details with the relevant industry regulator, professional body, academic institution etc. to reflect this new email address so that we can match your PrivySeal verified email address against this new email address that is stored by the relevant "qualification authority".