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Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to Daze LLC (“Daze”). Please read our Privacy Policy carefully to understand how we collect, use, disclose, transfer, and store your information. By visiting Daze’s website or agreeing to content that includes a link to this document (“Online Ads”), you agree to the practices described in this Privacy Policy and our Terms of Use.

1. Our Collection and Use of Personal Information
Personal Information is information you provide us that can be used to uniquely identify or contact a single person, such as your name, email address, phone numbers and tax identification number. You may be asked to provide Personal Information when you interact with Daze, Online Ads, or one of Daze’s related companies, such as in connection with a completed or abandoned transaction or a request for information from Daze. Daze and its related companies may share your Personal Information with each other and use it consistent with this Privacy Policy. Daze may supplement the Personal Information you provide with Personal Information available from other sources, such as public databases, data aggregators, and other commercially available sources.

2. Examples of Personal Information We Collect and How We Use It
You may provide Daze a variety of Personal Information, including your name, mailing address, email address, phone number, payment information, and tax identification number. The Personal Information we collect allows us to deliver requested products, services and information to you, to stay in contact with you, and to manage Daze’s relationship with you. By providing Daze with Personal Information, you consent to Daze’s transfer and storage of that information. Daze also may use your Personal Information for research, development, and analysis, and for advertising, marketing, product and service offerings, security, fraud prevention, and other business activities.

3. Our Collection and Use of Non-Personal Information
Non-Personal Information is information in a form that does not allow for direct association with a specific person. This information is compiled and analyzed on both a personal and an aggregated basis. We may collect, use, monitor, analyze, transfer, and disclose Non-Personal Information for any purpose.

4. Examples of Non-Personal Information We Collect and How We Use It
We may collect and aggregate information regarding user access, activity and behavior on our website, such as when you visit the website and what content is of interest or seems to be most useful to you. If we combine Non-Personal Information with Personal Information, the combined information is treated as Personal Information for purposes of this Privacy Policy.

Non-Personal Information includes:

Device Information – We may collect specific information for the device you use to access our website. For example, we may collect device model, IP address, MAC address, operating system version, application software, fonts, and other device information and identifiers.

Cookies and Other Technologies – We use a variety of technologies to collect and store information when you visit our website. This technology may involve sending web beacons and cookies or anonymous identifiers to your device. We use Cookies and Other Technologies to analyze your behavior when accessing our website and to deliver ads to you that relate to your interests.

Log Information – When you visit our website, we collect certain information automatically and store it in log files. This information includes IP address, browser version, ISP data, referring and exit pages, operating system version, date / time stamps, cookie data, and clickstream data. We use Log Information to administer the website, analyze trends, maintain site security, learn about user behavior, and improve the overall quality and availability of the site.

Click-Through URLs – In some email messages, we use a Click-Through URL to link to content on our website. When you click one of these URLs, you pass through a separate web server before reaching our site. We use Click-Through URLs to help us determine interest in a particular topic and to measure the effectiveness of our email communications.

Anonymized Information – If we separate Non-Personal Information from Personal Information, the separated information is treated as Non-Personal Information for purposes of this Privacy Policy.

5. Our Sharing of Information with Others

Personal Information
We do not share Personal Information with businesses or individuals outside of Daze, except under the following circumstances:

Consent – We will share your Personal Information with others outside of Daze when we have your consent to do so.

Service Providers – We provide Personal Information to related companies and other trusted businesses or persons who use, analyze, or process it on our behalf, based on our instructions and in compliance with appropriate confidentiality and security measures. For example, we may use others to:

  • deliver, evaluate the effectiveness of, and assist in improving our products and services
  • conduct consumer research and satisfaction surveys
  • assist us in analyzing and understanding consumers and how to reach them more effectively
  • assist us in fraud prevention, with our security measures, and to provide us technical support
  • provide customer support
  • manage customer data, and to ensure data integrity and accuracy
  • process financial transactions and perform accounting functions
  • advertise, market, or make product or service offerings

Legal Reasons – We will share Personal Information with others outside of Daze if we have a good-faith belief that disclosure is necessary or appropriate to:

  • comply with applicable law, regulation, legal process or enforceable governmental request
  • protect our operations or customers
  • detect, investigate, or address fraud, security, or technical problems
  • investigate potential violations of and enforce applicable terms of service

In the event of a reorganization, merger, or sale we may transfer any and all personal information we collect to the relevant third-party.

Non-Personal Information
We may share Non-Personal Information publicly and with our strategic partners. For example, we may share Non-Personal Information to describe the size and success of our firm.

6. Transparency and Choice
Daze may use third-party display advertising companies, including Google, to serve Daze ads on its behalf on sites across the Internet. Daze and its display advertisers use cookies to inform, optimize, and serve ads based on your past visits to Daze’s website. You may find additional information, opt-out of, or otherwise customize display advertising from Google or DoubleClick by visiting Google’s Ads Preference Manager. You may find additional information and opt-out of other participating third-party display advertising by visiting the Network Advertising Initiative opt-out page. Daze may use third-party analytics companies, including Google Analytics and Omniture to analyze and understand user behavior when visiting our website. You may find additional information and opt-out of Google Analytics by visiting the Google Analytics opt-out browser add-on. You may find additional information and opt-out of Omniture Analytics by visiting the Adobe opt-out page. You also may want to consider disabling cookies within your browser. Please note, however, that certain features of the Daze website will not function properly or be available once cookies are disabled.

7. Social Media Plug-ins
Plug-ins for social networks, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Yahoo, Windows and Google plus (among others), are integrated on Daze’s website. By interacting with us through a social media plug-in, certain information will be transmitted to the related social network, and you permit us to have on-going access to information from your social network profile. If you do not want the social network to collect information about you, or to share it with Daze and other third parties, please review the privacy policy of the relevant social network and/or log out of the relevant social network before you visit Daze’s site.

8. Information Security and Retention
Daze takes precautions to safeguard your Personal Information from loss, theft, and misuse, as well as unauthorized access, disclosure, alteration, and destruction. These precautions include technical, physical, and managerial procedures. Because email and instant messaging are not recognized as secure communications, we request that you not send private information to us by email or instant messaging services. We regularly review our compliance with our Privacy Policy and enforce safeguards within the company. We are committed to working with appropriate regulatory authorities to resolve any complaints regarding the transfer of Personal Information that we cannot resolve with our customers directly. Daze uses Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption on all pages where Personal Information is collected. This protects the confidentiality of your Personal Information while it is transmitted over the Internet. For your own protection, you should exercise care with the information you share over the Internet. You should always use a secure browser and exercise good judgment in using passwords, such as using a combination of upper and lower case letters, numbers, special characters, and you should avoid using the same or similar passwords across multiple sites. Clients may access their Personal Information by logging into their account. We make good-faith efforts to give you ways to update or to delete your Personal Information quickly, unless we need to keep that information for a legitimate business or legal purpose. Some changes require personal contact with an assigned Daze representative. Daze retains Personal Information and Non-Personal Information for the time necessary and reasonable to fulfill the purposes outlined in the Privacy Policy, unless a longer retention period is required or permitted by law. We may reject requests to change or delete information that are unreasonably repetitive, require disproportionate technical effort (for example, requiring the development of new systems or fundamental changes to existing systems), risk the privacy of others, or would be extremely impractical (such as information stored on backups). We work to protect data from accidental or malicious destruction. Accordingly, we may not immediately delete or change residual copies and we may not delete or change information from our backup systems. Unless a disproportionate effort is required, we will provide information access and correction without charge.

9. Third Party Privacy Policies
This Privacy Policy only addresses the use and disclosure of information we collect from you. This policy does not apply to the practices of companies that Daze does not own or control or to people that Daze does not employ or manage. Daze does not control the privacy policies of third parties, and you are subject to the privacy policies of those third parties where applicable. We encourage you to ask questions before you disclose your personal information to others. For more information about each such third party, please refer to the third party’s privacy policy. If you provided your information on the website of an entity not related to Daze, and that entity shared your information with us, the privacy policy of that website governs the non-related entity’s use of your information, which may be different from this policy.

10. Children
We do not knowingly collect Personal Information from children under 13. If we learn that we have collected the personal information of a child under 13, we will take steps to delete the Personal Information as soon as possible.

11. Privacy Policy Changes and Questions
Daze may update its Privacy Policy from time to time. Changes to this Privacy Policy will be posted on Daze’s website, with a corresponding revision date. Please check the website and Online Ads each time you use them for the most current information and to ensure that you are aware of any updates.

12. Request for Information
If you have any questions or concerns about Daze’s Privacy Policy, please contact us at [email protected].  Should you no longer wish to receive our emails, you may click on the unsubscribe link located in the footer of each email received.

Frequently Asked Questions

While you are free to change the name of your Shelf Corporation, we don’t advise it as a name change goes against the concept of a Shelf Corporation.  The best advice we can give you is to simply file a Trade Name for the Brand Name you would like to use for your Business. For example, “ABC Enterprises Inc” could do Business using the Trade Name “XYZ Enterprises” if that is the name they want to be recognized by.

Yes, you can, and this strategy can dramatically expand the pool of available Lenders you can apply for Funding with. The only requirement is that you obtain an address in each State you want to do the Foreign Entity Registration in, and this address should be a real address, not a PO Box nor UPS Store address. You should also be ready to travel for a few days to the state where you do the Foreign Entity Registration, in order to physically visit Banks and Credit Unions and apply for Funding.

The short answer is NO, you can’t. The long answer is yes, you can, however, anyone selling Business Tradelines are selling fraudulent accounts with back-dated open dates and fake account payment history, and because these are sold by scammers, the chances of any of these Tradelines actually posting is slim to none. For this reason, we recommend you do not even attempt to purchase Business Tradelines, since they are fraudulent and there is 99% chance you will lose your money and not get any tradelines at all. You don’t need to risk your money and your liberty – You can get REAL Business Tradelines legally through our 80 Paydex Program.

Yes, you can purchase as many Shelf Corporations as your heart desires, however, you will achieve the best results by putting a separate person as the President and 100% owner of each Shelf Corporation. The logic behind this is that there are a limited number of Lenders in any particular metropolitan area, and each Lender will rarely lend to more than one Business-and-President combination, so if you have 2 Corps and go to the same Lender asking for financing for both, chances are the Lender will either approve one Corp and deny the other, or approve both but split the credit limit 50/50 among the 2 corps. Therefore, unless each Corp has a separate President, you may run into difficulty finding good Lenders.

Yes, you can use a Trade Name (Fictitious Name) with your Shelf Corporation and it is included in our Platinum or better Credit-Ready Packages. Government Fees, which vary from State to State, are not included and you must pay them directly yourself.

No. CPNs, SCNs, or any other form of Social Security # that is not on your real Social Security Card is “Synthetic Identity Theft” and is illegal. Further, these strategies have very high failure rates and even if they do work to some extent, often result in closed credit accounts shortly after Lenders discover the Social Security # provided to them is not your real one.

No, you don’t. That is one of the biggest confusions when it comes to building Corporate Credit. D&B is REQUIRED to assign you a DUNS # as Creditors start reporting your Payment Activity, and they are also required to “Rate” your Credit Profile once you have enough Tradelines and Financials. D&B will try to sell you various Products and Services at various points in the Credit Building Process, but you do not need to buy them, and we do not recommend that you buy them either. When you buy a Shelf Corp from us, we have a way of obtaining the DUNS Number within 48 hours at no additional charge to you.

The short answer is YES, you do. The long answer is: How much is your time worth? Instead of wasting hours upon hours, or days upon days attempting to make your Shelf Corp Credit-Ready, let us do it for you. Avoid headaches and delays. We do it fast and we do it right.

Which Credit-Ready Package to choose? You will need at least the Silver Package, which gives you the EIN #, DUNS #, 411 Listing, Yellow Pages and Super Pages Listings.  Then the Platinum Package includes a lot more items and also includes the very important Foreign Entity Registration. Finally, the Diamond Package includes everything you could possibly want, including a Custom Corporate Website and Corporate Identity Kit, so you can have the most credibility possible with Lenders, Suppliers, and Customers. Ultimately, you should select the best possible Credit-Ready Package you can afford, so you maximize your Funding Results and minimize wasted time and possible mistakes.

Yes, you do – That is Required. We provide Free Registered Agent Service for 30 Days after your Purchase, but then you will need to either purchase the on-going Registered Agent Service from us for $350 per Year, or find another provider online and purchase from them.

No, they don’t. A Shelf Corporation by definition is a Business Entity with no Assets and no Liabilities – It is a blank slate.  We are well aware of Companies out there selling Shelf Corporations at very high price points along with Fraudulent Tax Returns and Financials, and even worse, Bogus Credit Lines that either do not exist or that they are unable to obtain after you pay them for the Shelf Corp.  If you buy a Shelf Corporation with any existing Credit Lines, Tax Returns, or Financials, you are guaranteed to lose your money and if you actually use the Fake Tax Returns on Loan Applications, you may end up losing your liberty too, so please don’t fall for these scams.  If it looks too good to be true, it’s probably a scam.

Yes, you need a Bank Account for your Shelf Corporation. We recommend you open your Bank Account with Chase or Bank of America, if they are available in your area. Otherwise, use any Bank or Credit Union of your choice.

Your Shelf Corp can easily become your outsourced…

Marketing Dept
Fulfillment Center
Supplier
Management Company
etc…

You can simply take one of the biggest Departments in your Existing Business, and transfer that Dept to the Shelf Corp as an outsourced service. The end result is that you are still doing business like before, however, now you have 20%, 30% 40%, or even 50% of your Expenses converted into documented Revenues for the Shelf Corp, so the Shelf Corp will become a real operating business entity with Bank Statements and Tax Returns that can be shown to Lenders to obtain FULL DOC Unsecured Funding, way in excess of the original Funding Capacity of the Shelf Corp.

Credit Unions are the hidden gems of Funding Sources. Once your Shelf Corp is ready for Funding, you should, if you have the time, go to all the Credit Unions in your metropolitan area and apply for Unsecured Corporate Credit Cards and/or Unsecured Business Lines of Credit. The only question you need to ask is “What is the maximum credit limit that can be approved without providing tax returns?”. Then, apply for a credit limit slightly below that maximum limit. Credit Unions typically have lower interest rates and more lenient underwriting criteria than other Lenders.

When you become our Client, we can advise you on the several methods available to access the full credit limit of Corporate Credit Cards at the Purchase APR.

The Funding Road Map Strategy Session is a Consulting Service that gives you a detailed Road Map for getting from where you are now, to getting all the Unsecured Corporate Funding you need. We work with you one-on-one to give you the tools you need so you can overcome all the obstacles that are keeping you from getting the funding you want. We give you a GIANT LEAP forward in the Funding Process, allowing you to achieve your Goals much faster and without time consuming and costly mistakes.

If your business naturally deals with a high number of suppliers on a regular basis, purchasing from them frequently and making all payments before the due date, then you should be able to “naturally” obtain an 80 or higher Paydex Score within the first 12 to 24 months of operations.

However, if your business:

  1. Is a recently purchased Shelf Corporation, and/or
  2. Does not fit the scenario above, and/or
  3. Does not want to wait 12 to 24 months

Then our 80 Paydex Program is the solution you need.

We can achieve an 80 Paydex Score or higher within 45 to 60 Days, assuming you follow our instructions in a timely manner. We do everything possible on your behalf in order to minimize your involvement in the process.

You can go for Funding either before or after the 80 Paydex Program is complete – The choice is yours. However, beware that some of the Lenders you apply with may deny your applications specifically due to not having an 80 Paydex Score. For this reason, we always recommend that our Clients obtain the 80 Paydex Score before going to Funding, so that Funding Results can be maximized.

Ready to take your Corp to Funding? Looking to optimize the Funding Process and get the most Funding possible, as fast as possible? Our Lender Submission Service is designed to achieve this, with 0% Back-End Success Fees. We select the Lenders, submit the Financing Applications for you, and then you just need to take it from there, which usually means doing a verification phone call with each Lender and/or providing some basic personal or business documents that each Lender may request. This service saves you countless hours of research and actual time filling out financing applications, so you can go to the best lenders, in the right order, without wasting time nor making unnecessary mistakes.

Your Credit should be as close as possible to the Ideal Credit Requirements below:

IDEAL CREDIT REQUIREMENTS:

1. 3+ Years of Clean Credit History: No Derogatory Items or at least none in the recent past.
2. 3+ Open Revolving Credit Accounts.
3. 30% or Lower Revolving Debt Ratio (Percentage of Balances relative to Credit Limits).
4. 700+ Credit Scores.
5. No More Than 6 Inquiries per Credit Bureau in the last 6 Months.

These requirements are NOT absolute. The closest you are to these Ideal Requirements at the time your Funding Applications are submitted, the more Funding you can obtain. If you need advice on how to reach and exceed these requirements, talk to us.

The age of a Shelf Corp directly affects the Shelf Corporation’s Price and Funding Capacity, and the older the Shelf Corporation, the better the results that can be obtained when it comes to Funding and Credibility. Therefore, select the oldest Shelf Corporation that is within your budget.

Once you open the Bank Account for your Shelf Corporation, you should ideally start operating the Shelf Corporation as part of your business affairs, and in this way flowing as much revenue as possible into the Shelf Corp Bank Account each month. By doing this, after 3 to 6 months, the Shelf Corporation will have the necessary bank statements to qualify for additional Funding with additional Lenders, allowing the Funding achieved with the Shelf Corporation to surpass the Shelf Corp’s original Funding Capacity.

No, this is not only unnecessary, but could possibly hurt you. After you have your Shelf Corporation, if you contact Dun & Bradstreet (D&B) for any reason, they will attempt to sell you services such as Corporate Credit Building Services. These Services, although they appear to be helpful at your initial analysis, are actually NOT helpful at all in our opinion and can hurt your Business instead of help it because the purchase of such Services may trigger an immediate AUDIT of the Corporate Entity, and during this Audit, D&B may identify ownership changes and other movements you make with the Corporate Entity, which is something you typically do not want exposed. You do NOT need to purchase anything from D&B, no matter how convincing they may be.

Most Shelf Corporation Buyers will make the following very expensive mistakes if they are not careful:

  • Pay a High-Price for a Shelf Corp that supposedly comes with Established Credit (But it really doesn’t)
  • Pay for a Shelf Corp that supposedly comes with a Personal Guarantor (Recipe for Fraud)
  • Pay for a Shelf Corp that supposedly comes with Tax Returns (Recipe for Fraud & Jail Time)
  • Pay for a Shelf Corp that has Bad Credit and/or Hidden Liabilities (Shelf Corp “Lemon”)
  • Pay for a Shelf Corp that is not owned by the Seller (Fake Seller – Like buying Land on the Moon)

  • Established Credit Scam:
    This is by far the most common of the scams and the most lucrative for the scammers. In this scam, the scammer may be a “legitimate” incorporation service or business credit building service, or even a company just selling shelf corps, but what makes this a scam is that they will try to sell you a Shelf Corp that supposedly comes with established credit and cash lines of credit which they make it look like you would be able to access right away after purchasing the shelf corp. You get so excited about obtaining the easy money they are offering that you pay a high price for the shelf corp and then find out that the cash lines of credit either don’t exist yet (and you need to apply and be approved for them), or are not really cash lines of credit but rather a pre-approval letter from a company friendly to the scammer stating that you are pre-approved to buy up to $1 Million (for example) in Real Estate using the Shelf Corp (but of course, you need to come up with the $400,000 Down-Payment from somewhere, and the Loan offered is really a Hard Money Loan with a 10%+ Interest Rate and 3+ Points to close. Did you really need a shelf corp to do that – No, you just got ripped-off because you did not read this first!).
  • Personal Guarantor or CFO Scam:
    This one is the same as the Established Credit Scam, except in this scam they will offer you a stand-in “CFO” or Personal Guarantor that will use his 720+ Credit Scores in conjunction with the Shelf Corporation to obtain Unsecured Financing from Lenders. So, you think to yourself…”umm, if someone else is the Personal Guarantor, then I can charge up those Lines of Credit with no risk to my Personal Credit at all”. You also think for a second “but who would be stupid enough to personally guarantee my loans?”, but then your greed takes over your mind and you brush that aside with some sort of naive rationalization, and you do the deal. You then find out that either there is no Personal Guarantor, or that the Personal Guarantor also got scammed into thinking he was not responsible for the Loans, or worse, the Personal Guarantor is someone whose identity was stolen to be used for this purpose. So, now you lost your money, committed fraud, and got into a legal battle with the Guarantor over who owes the money to the Banks (that is if you are so lucky to actually get any financing in the first place – most people never even get that far). Please watch out for this scam.
  • Tax Return/Financials Scam:
    This scam can be combined with the two scams above – The only difference here is that the scammers offer you a Shelf Corp that already has Tax Returns and Financial Statements showing Sales and Profit and Bank Deposits. These, of course, are all Fake, Fraudulent, Made-Up Documents that if you actually use to apply for financing can lend YOU in Jail (not the scammers, just you). This one is harder to fall for because you would have to convince yourself to use Fake Tax Returns on a Loan Application, but some people don’t seem to mind and end up losing everything because of this scam. There is also an alternative form of this Scam, in which they actually convince you to file a Fake Tax Return showing High Revenues and a good Profit, but fail to pay the Taxes due. Then, they help you get Funding using those filed Fake Tax Returns, and from the Proceeds, you supposedly pay the Taxes due. However, if you cannot get the Funding, you will owe a lot of money to the IRS, not to mention be liable for filling a Fraudulent Tax Return, which is a Crime.
  • Secretary of State Data Harvesting Scam:
    This is the hardest one to detect. You will often find this one on Craigslist, Fiverr, or some other Classified Website, since the scammers are usually just one-man shows with no website. The way this scam works is that the scammer advertises a shelf corporation for a really low price so you think it is such a great deal and buy the Shelf Corp from him. Months or Years later you get a call from someone saying they own the Shelf Corp and that you are not allowed to use it. After a lot of problems you find out this someone was the original incorporator of the Shelf Corp and that he never sold it to you. So, who sold it? The scammers, of course. They sold you a Corporation they did not own, and they did it without the real owner knowing about it. In this case, you would lose all your money and probably any assets you may have put in the name of the Shelf Corporation, and you may even be sued by the real owner.

An Employer Identification Number (EIN) is also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number, and is used to identify a business entity, just like a Social Security Number identifies an Individual. If you want to open a Business Bank Account and/or hire any Employees, then you need one. The EIN # is included all of our Credit-Ready Packages.

A Registered Agent is a business or individual designated to receive service of process (SOP) when a business entity is a party in a legal action such as a lawsuit or summons. The registered agent’s address may also be where the state will send the paperwork for the yearly renewal of the business entity’s charter. The registered agent for a business entity may be an individual member of the company, or (more often) a third party, such as the organization’s lawyer or a service company.

A Shelf Corporation, Shelf Company, or Aged Corporation, is a company or corporation that has had no activity. It was put on the “shelf” to “age”. The company can then be sold to a person or group of persons who wish to start a company without going through all the procedures of creating a new one.

The Funding Capacity is a good faith discretionary estimate of the total amount of financing that can be obtained with the corporate entity assuming you meet all personal credit requirements and aggressively pursue financing over several funding rounds.

The main difference between S-Corps and C-Corps is that S-Corps are Flow-Through Entities – This means they are not taxed in the State of Incorporation like C-Corps would be, and the Net Income flows through to the Shareholders and is taxed at the Shareholder’s Personal Income Tax Rate. For 90% of our Clients, S-Corp is the way to go, because being taxed as a C-Corp in the State of Incorporation creates additional costs and headaches that divert from the main Goal which is building Corporate Credit. If an S-Corp is what will work best for you, then we will need to file IRS Form 2553 to elect S-Corporation Status. This is an easy process and can be done in one day.

If the corporate entity being purchased is not from the same state that you live in, then you should do a foreign entity registration in the state that you live in or have a real physical address, such as a real home or office. Using UPS Store, Regus, and other types of virtual office providers is not recommended, but can be used if better options are not available. Your home address is typically the best address to use for the foreign entity registration. The cost of doing the foreign entity registration varies greatly from state to state, and can be as little as $50 in government fees to as high as several hundred dollars. This cost is not under our control. You can easily do the foreign entity registration yourself, or if preferred, can be done by us for $250 plus government fees. Time frame for completion of the foreign entity registration varies and can be anywhere from 1 day to several weeks, depending on the state and the current workload in that government dept. FOREIGN ENTITY REGISTRATION IS ALWAYS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO OPEN BANK ACCOUNTS AND OBTAIN FINANCING IN YOUR HOME STATE WHEN YOUR HOME STATE IS NOT THE SAME STATE AS THE INCORPORATION STATE OF THE CORPORATE ENTITY.

Until your Shelf Corp files its 1st Tax Return showing a profit, all Funding is in the form of Unsecured Corporate Credit Cards. There is the possibility of obtaining some Unsecured Corporate Lines of Credit depending on your metropolitan location and your willingness to actually go to the Banks and/or Credit Unions to apply in person.

Here are the 5 Best States for Funding:

  1. California (We have CA Corps!)
  2. New York. (We have NY Corps!)
  3. Illinois.
  4. Texas.
  5. Colorado. (We have CO Corps!)

NO Personal Income Tax: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.

NO Corporate Income Tax: Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.

No Personal Income Tax AND No Corporate Income Tax: Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington, and Wyoming.

Want to avoid State Corporate Income Taxes? Just select S-Corporation Status and you will be taxed at the Personal Level instead of the Corporate Level, thus completely avoiding State Corporate Income Taxes and benefiting from lower Personal Income Tax Rates, regardless of the State where the Shelf Corporation comes from. Even if your Shelf Corporation is an LLC, you can still elect to have it taxed as an S-Corp.

If you already have an existing business, there are several reasons why you may not be able to use, or even want to use that existing business for Funding purposes:

  1. Existing Business has Bad Corporate Credit.
  2. Existing Business is not at least 2 Years Old.
  3. Existing Business is in a High-Risk Industry for Lenders.
  4. Existing Business shows a loss on latest Tax Return(s).
  5. Keep Existing Business Free of Debt while loading up most or all of the Debt on the Shelf Corp.
  6. Maximize Tax Savings for Existing Business by showing a loss, and still get Funding under the Shelf Corp.
  7. Achieve additional benefits specific to your situation, to be determined on a case-by-case basis.

Common reasons for buying a Shelf Corporation include:

1. Instantly obtain the necessary “Time in Business” and Credibility required to be approved for Corporate Credit and Financing.
2. Create a solid Corporate Credit Profile as an alternative to Personal Credit Repair.
3. Protect Assets from Creditors and facilitate Estate Planning.
4. Instantly Qualify to Bid on Government Contracts.
5. Instantly obtain Credibility with prospective Clients, Partners, and Suppliers.
6. Expand your International Business into the United States instantly and without the typical red tape.

Shelf Corporations should be private. No one should be able to search on google and find the name of your Shelf Corporation on a Shelf Corporation Vendor website. To protect the privacy of our Shelf Corp Inventory, we only show a small fraction of our total Inventory at any point in time. Need something that you can’t find on our Inventory? Ask us! We probably have it in our Hidden Inventory and can make it available to you privately for purchase.

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