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No Store Front but can't use a virtual office. Ideas?

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No Store Front but can't use a virtual office. Ideas?

Trying to get a Net 30 account but dont have an actual store front. I was going to use a virtual office but if you Google the virtual address it says it's a virtual office and that its available for lease. Does anybody know any known sites where you can buy an address without it popping out as a listing? Thanks
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Re: No Store Front but can't use a virtual office. Ideas?


@OakCliffTX wrote:
Trying to get a Net 30 account but dont have an actual store front. I was going to use a virtual office but if you Google the virtual address it says it's a virtual office and that its available for lease. Does anybody know any known sites where you can buy an address without it popping out as a listing? Thanks

For my business my address is a mailbox at my local UPS Store, it gives me a real address, I got it before I started my business, so I was able to use it on all of my LLC paperwork, IRS EIN, and Sales Tax license..... So since it is everywhere as public record then it's my official acceptable address..... Sometimes though banks and credit card companies caught on the the address being a mailbox and requested a physical addresss on file but all mailings and public listings have my UPS mailbox address..... Around here in PA I pay $168 a year for a mailbox address, which is alot cheaper than your virtual office idea.

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Re: No Store Front but can't use a virtual office. Ideas?


@linux007969 wrote:

@OakCliffTX wrote:
Trying to get a Net 30 account but dont have an actual store front. I was going to use a virtual office but if you Google the virtual address it says it's a virtual office and that its available for lease. Does anybody know any known sites where you can buy an address without it popping out as a listing? Thanks

For my business my address is a mailbox at my local UPS Store, it gives me a real address, I got it before I started my business, so I was able to use it on all of my LLC paperwork, IRS EIN, and Sales Tax license..... So since it is everywhere as public record then it's my official acceptable address..... Sometimes though banks and credit card companies caught on the the address being a mailbox and requested a physical addresss on file but all mailings and public listings have my UPS mailbox address..... Around here in PA I pay $168 a year for a mailbox address, which is alot cheaper than your virtual office idea.


I’m curious how you solved the issue of banks wanting a “real” address? I too have used a UPS store for my business for years. It was more of side hobby but it has exploded into a significant portion of my income. I tried to open a business bank account but the bank bulked at the address even though it is on all my official LLC documents and filed with the Secretary of State.

 

i don’t want to use my home address because there is strict no commercial policy where I live. One of the other residents use to run her business of of her home and property manager noticed her mail and sent her a warning.

 

So what did you do, did you give the bank/CC your home address?

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