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F.A.Q

This guide will help answer common questions when logging in, registering or submitting on BuildCasting.com

  • How can I sign up?
    To sign up, visit here
  • I signed up, how can I login?"
    If you recently signed up and purchased access, to view casting calls posts -Click the “Casting Call Tab” on the Menu -Click “Already a member? Log In -Access with your Email you signed up with
  • How can I reset my password?
    Lost your password, or just want to reset it? -Click the “Casting Call Tab” on the Menu -Click “Already a member? Login In -Access with your Email you signed up with -Click the “Forgot Password?” Tab -Reset it with your email address used when you first registered
  • What locations do you post castings in?
    We post castings nationwide! The number of casting calls available varies by location, roles available and the level of experience required. Any product names, logos, brands, and other trademarks or images featured or referred to within the BuildCasting.com website are the property of their trademark holders.
  • How can I contact you?
    You can contact us here
  • What ages are the casting posts?
    We post casting notices for all ages and locations.
  • Can I cancel my membership?
    After finalizing your purchase on BuildCasting.com, you gain instant access to the site's casting posts by logging in with your email and password used at sign up. Please note that all transactions on BuildCasting.com are final and non-refundable. Membership renewal will not occur automatically unless you reach out to us directly.
  • ​How do I apply to a Casting Post?
    If you find a casting post that you want to apply for, read over the project details. In the description, there will be contact information which you can submit to. It's pretty common for people to submit over a resume, or head shot. If you don't have those, you could always send over a regular photograph.
  • What should I submit to a Casting Post?
    It's pretty common for people to submit over a resume, or head shot (picture). If you don't have those, you could always send over a regular photograph and a short introduction about yourself and why you think you would be a fit for the project.
  • Are casting verified?
    Please note that casting notices/posts are sourced from free public third-party platforms, and the casting information provided is "as is," without any authentication. It's crucial to never accept a check or deposit before meeting in person for a project, as this is a common warning sign. Additionally, it's important to thoroughly research anyone you contact to confirm their authenticity. Engaging in communication via text or WhatsApp is unprofessional and should raise another red flag.
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