AGED SHELF CORPORATIONS: HOW, WHY, WHEN, AND WHERE. EXCLUSIVE:
is an LLC better than a corporation?
NINE YEAR OLD
SHELF CORPORATION FOR $1995.
THE LIST HERE.
AGED SHELF CORPORATION
SCAMS AND PROBLEMS; ISSUES AND WHAT TO LOOK FOR, WHAT TO BUY, AND WHAT
- Expensive shelf companies are unnecessary. We sell pristine
and untouched seven year old shelf companies for $1995. If you
paid more than $2000, question the seller. Why pay so much?
In 2006, these aged companies were worth more because the available
financing was much greater. But now, the available financing has
scaled back. There's no reason to charge the same. A nine
year old company is not worth $7000. It's not worth $6000.
Such a company may be worth $5000. But we charge $1995. Why?
We want to make certain that you'll be happy with the company, even if
the financing falls through. With a seven year old company, your
clients will feel more comfortable in doing business with you.
Overcome objections with ease. Equipment leasing is easy.
Bidding opportunities open up. We prefer to make it a no brainer.
The company is clearly worth thousands as a marketing decision alone.
Don't spend too much on the shelf company.
- Imagine buying the apple but you can't eat it. That's what
you're doing when acquiring an aged shelf company with established
corporate credit. The promoters of these shelf companies are
plugging an established business credit. Their purpose is to sell
an aged company at an inflated price. They charge $5,000 to
$50,000 promising that you will access hundreds of thousands of dollars,
or up to $1 Million, by starting up with a shelf company that has trade
lines and business credit established. What's the real deal?
The business credit file is reset to zero after the owners change.
And this makes sense from the perspective of the bank. If you have
new owners, then the company is run differently. This means that
the company may not meet its obligations because the new owners may not
share the same priorities, or may share bad habits. Knowing this,
there's no reason to buy an aged shelf company with established credit.
You're better off, and it's safer, to acquire an aged shelf company with
no credit, and then build the credit profile yourself.
- Many promoters of aged shelf companies are typically lazy.
They don't want to file and age the company on their own. Their
lazy alternative is to locate a dissolved company, reinstate it and then
sell it to you at an inflated price. What are the implications?
- By acquiring a reinstated shelf company, the company is not
respected as an aged company at all. The bank looks at the
time that a company was a good in good standing from a timeline
point of view. For example, if a company was filed in the year
2000 and then dissolved in the year 2001, and then reinstated in
2013; how old is this company? Is it 14 years old in the year
2014? No. The bank will look at that company and say,
"the company was dissolved in 2001 for lack of an annual report.
Since it was reinstated in 2013, this means the company is one year
old in the year 2014. 2014-2013 is one, of course. The
bank doesn't respect the incorporation year of 2000 because it sat
dissolved until 2013. If you were the lender, you would do the
same. Many of these issues can be thought out by placing
ourselves in the shoes of the lender or equipment leasing person.
So, here comes the unscrupulous promoter of this company that was
initially filed in year 2000. They are attempting to pass off
this company as a 14 year old company and charge you accordingly.
And they may get the price they ask for because there's always
someone with money who will part with it. But you don't need
to be that victim. Now you know, that company for sale is not
good for your business plan. You know the company must always
be in good standing for the age to be respected from the date of
- We have only one standard here. We only sell shelf
companies we filed. We only sell shelf companies we
maintained. We never sell used shelf companies. We
never sell a shelf company that was dissolved. The shelf
companies we offer are always in good standing and a guarantee
is in writing.
- Transparency is your friend. Consider accessing the
Secretary of State online, in the state in which the company was
filed, and verify that the company is in good standing.
Call them and determine if the company was every dissolved.
Depending on the state, that information may or may not be
Go to this link and check it out yourself.
- We also witness shelf company promoters selling the same company
twice. Get it in writing that you are the sole and only
owner/buyer of the company. Don't pay by wire transfer unless
you know and trust them. Pay by credit card.
- Shelf company promoters are also selling companies with an EIN.
If the company has an EIN, it also has possible tax issues, bad
debts, pending lawsuits and other possible impending drama.
Why take that risk? A company with an EIN is charged extra
than a company without one. It's all part of the promotion by
shelf company sellers. You're better off to acquire an aged
shelf company without an EIN. An EIN is a random number
anyway. You can't tell the age of the EIN by the number.
The moral of the story is that by buying an aged shelf company
without an EIN, without established credit, you pay less and you're
safer, and without the suffered drama. Think first.
Buy later. Buy safe. Get an aged company with no EIN and
- CALL 307.327.2580 FOR A LIST OF AVAILABLE SHELF
CORPORATIONS. FILED HERE. MAINTAINED HERE. WE ONLY
SELL SHELF COMPANIES WE FILED.
EMAIL HERE FOR THE LIST.
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Place these phrases on your website: "All sales are approved in
Wyoming. All disputes are handled in Wyoming."
WYOMING REGISTERED AGENT
As your Wyoming registered agent, we are
responsible and diligent in our duty to you and your business.
9 YEAR OLD MONTANA SHELF
CORPORATIONS TO BUILD CORPORATE CREDIT
Aged shelf corporations and
LLC's offer no tax advantages. We're not attorneys. We're not
tax advisors. We just sell quality shelf companies for less.