Virtual offices allow business owners the benefit of an office without the hassle. Few small business owners want to handle mail, negotiate a lease and manage employees if they don't have to, and even fewer internet businesses want to hand out their home address. In short, many clients would like the benefits of an office without drawbacks. This is where we come in.
We consider our $300 annual price to be among the best for virtual offices in Wyoming. With it you will receive a commercial lease agreement, unique address, unlimited mail forwarding (including international) and a 307 phone number. Those not needing a full virtual office can choose from our a-la-carte menu below when you order.
Our Wyoming mail forwarding service is important for many LLCs and Corporations. Every Wyoming company that is registered in the State must list an address. That address is public record and can be searched by anyone. Do you want some an unsavory type of individual looking up your Wyoming entity and seeing your home address? Avoid scam artists, thieves, bums looking for a hand out by renting a professional virtual office with mail forwarding.
Each package includes mail forwarding. Also, when someone searches your address they will see our office building, not a UPS store. This helps you look professional. We also never charge a handling fee.
Every company who uses our virtual service receives a unique suite number that has not been used before. This is useful for online companies or those needing an edge in their marketing. The lease agreement may help you establish nexus and can be presented to the bank as proof of address.
The phone service provides you with a Wyoming phone number (307). You can either set the phone number to forward to another number, or we can send you a VOIP phone which allows you to make and receive calls. You also receive a free fax number. We don't set this up automatically as we find not everybody needs a fax nowadays. If you want an 800 number, or have other special requests, then just let us know and we will happily assist you.
Many industries commonly use virtual offices in Wyoming due to our limited liability company laws. These industries include social media consulting, catering companies, online resellers, graphic design, telemarketing, ebay sellers, etsy creators, virtual assistants, internet researchers and transcription services. Such companies may expect the following benefits:
Those needing more than a virtual office may rent dedicated or shared offices in our building. These provide an additional form of presence and are recommended for companies serious about establishing a nexus in Wyoming. Each office includes use of our conference room and other facilities. You may begin your lease by signing up for the physical office service on our order form. Note, we do not need to be your registered agent to rent an office.
There are other virtual offices in Wyoming. However, it is our goal to run the best virtual office in Wyoming. Don't be duped by those selling PO mailbox rentals. We believe we offer the best value, however. Unlimited scanning is always free, and physical forwarding is always done at-cost so you never overpay.
Our Wyoming virtual office prices are competitive with non-law firm competitors, but we also have a reputation to stand by and are not merely a fly-by-night website. You may find that as your business grows you are in need of further services. Whether it be simple buy/sell agreements, or various asset protection strategies if you face a credit event. In either case, you will already be a client of ours and we will happily help. Our relationship begins when you pay and you will never be a mere number to us.
Keep in mind, those who incorporate with us receive 5 free pieces of mail forwarding per year and may add a phone number for $10 per month. This can be sufficient for many and we won't push you into more than you need. There is no handling fee for packages, only the shipping company’s fee! Let us know if you have any more questions about our services.
Other businesses offering similar services for lower prices should make you pause. Be careful. They begin with a lower fee, but when you want your mail you will start to see fees. These add up. Soon you will pay them more than us and you will be left wondering why you tried to save a few dollars, only to end up paying a lot more than you intended.
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