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Hello Nachelle. I am not sure if this can help but some E-Mail providers support "adding" Aliases to your Main E-Mail: i.e Microsoft and GGoogle. By using this mechanism, you can virtually may have multiple "IDs/EMails" ubt all of them receiving the EMails/Notifications into the same Main EMail Account. This is especially useful when you need to create temporary EMails attached to your main email and I think your use-case might be a perfect one.
Let me be more explicit with an example: Let's assume you have a GMail account *********** and your person Zoom account IS is under that EMail ***********
The company "XYZ" you are working with can create a Zoom account but using an E-Mail *********** (the key is in the "+extension") so this way, it is a completely different EMail from the Zoom perspective, but all the notifications/emails, login into the other company XYZ, etc. will be done with this new EMail/Alias: Two different EMails, with two independent Zoom Accounts but all of them converging into your original GMAIL account.
Using this mechanism, you could be consulting 2 different companies and having 3 differnt Zoom accounts including your own personal one.
*********** Personal Zoom Account
*********** Zoom account with Company XYZ
*********** Zoom account with Company ABC
Of course...the first thing you need to do if to verify your E-Mail provider supports this; I know Microsoft and Gmail do, but a quick test by sending to yourself an email to "<your email>+<extension>@domain.com" you should be able to verify it.
I know it works because I do it with my GMail account and I have tested it with my Corporate Microsoft account.
PS: An additional collateral advantage is that you will know from where the EMail is coming by looking at what destination was used.
I hope it is not too late and this can help keeping your personal Zoom account intact.