From the instructions for form W-8BEN, of July 2014 and linked to in the Zazzle news post:
TIN requirements for Forms W-8BEN.
You should request the individual payee’s foreign TIN to be
completed on line 6 of the Form W-8BEN if the payee is
providing the Form W-8BEN with respect to an obligation
held at your U.S. office and you are a financial institution.
If a foreign TIN is not provided for the payee in this case,
you may not treat the Form W-8BEN as valid if you know
that the payee has a foreign TIN that it has not provided,
unless you have a record of the TIN in your account files
that you are able to report on Form 1042-S. In any other
case in which the foreign TIN is not provided, you must
obtain the individual payee’s date of birth on line 8 in order
to treat the Form W-8BEN as valid unless you otherwise
have the individual payee’s date of birth in your account
files for the payee that you are able to report on a Form
1042-S. Note that a future revision to Form W-8BEN may
require you to obtain both a foreign TIN and date of birth
for a payee described in this paragraph.
Which says to me the form is valid if you provide your home country's tax ID, and/or your date of birth.
Stock photography companies like Shutterstock say all you need is the foreign tax number as well. I don't think Zazzle are right on this one.
Yes this would be awesome. Transfer, then customise like you do in QC, then bang, done.
Ah I found it. I forgot I was toying with creating another store over a year ago now and did move some stuff into it. Oops!
Agreed. I have 80+ templates in QC, I'm not keen to run through the process 9 times when it used to be once.