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Buying a Shelf Corporation - Good? Bad? Pros? Cons?

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    July 20, 2008 9:59 AM EDT
    Shelf corps are aged corporations that have been untouched, sitting on the "shelf" for an entrepreneur like yourself.
    I sale shelf corps for $10K
    They come with $250K credit lines
    states available: AZ, NV, DE, ID, WY, CA, FL
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    December 26, 2009 10:53 AM EST

    I sell 2 year old California shelf corporations for $600. 562-746-8999. Free consultation.

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    February 13, 2010 7:03 PM EST

    Wow I find it pretty funny, that is asking for advice on the pros and cons of shelf companies and everyone here is just trying to sell to him.

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    December 10, 2009 9:14 PM EST

    Shelf corporations are great because you are able to take advantage of the longitivity of the corporation and use it to your advantage by getting funding. We offer 15 year old fully loaded corporations with funding attached. We do everything in house from start to finsh and we have corporations available in any and all states in the united states. The funding amounts that come with the corporation are $250,000.00 to $6,000,000.00 depending on what you need. This program is a NO PG program so your personal credit has nothing to do with getting funded.

    If you looking to purchase a corporation with funding attached give us a call (888) 736-5999 or vist our website at


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    "where we treat our clients like royalty"

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    March 19, 2012 5:02 PM EDT

    I don't have had experience in buying a shelf corporation. So I don't know a lot about it is  a good or bad decisionFrown

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    March 16, 2012 12:38 PM EDT

    When buying a Shelf Corp be sure to never pay up front fees. If you must, use a system that has an escrow feature. I've heard of many people getting scammed when paying up front fees.

    I recently came across a new website called Verifico that offers all sorts of funding services, both business and personal. They had PG and NO PG Shelf Corps listed. They claim that all services on their platform have been verified effective and safe, and they also use an escrow feature when dealing upfront frees. Here is the the link to the Shelf Corps I saw listed on their siteVerifico Non PG Shelf Corp

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    February 1, 2010 10:21 AM EST

    I have 3 Delaware shelfs available, 8 years, 15 years and 17 years. All clean, never changed ownership.

    $2500, $4500 and $5000

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  • December 11, 2009 1:57 AM EST

    Help me out here. I get a corporation from you and you’re going to hand me millions of dollars because that is what I say I need?


    What is the basis for determining whether or not a client gets funding? A business plan? A personal guarantee from the client (oh strike this as you say no PG)? Collateral put up by the client? What exactly? Or is that something you can't tell me until after I hand over thousands in fees?


    I as many, find it hard to believe that any sane/savvy financial investor is going to hand over money because a corporation with no operating history was formed 15 years ago.

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    June 7, 2007 9:37 PM EDT
    I would like to know if anyone has had experience in buying a shelf corporation. Why did you decide to go this route over starting a new corporation? Was this a good or bad decision?

    Spencer A. Parikh
    President, VentureLinx | Businesses Start Here |

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    January 28, 2014 5:25 PM EST

    Shelf Corporations do come with an existing line of credit. You do have to analyse your financial position  and then purchase one. Chanced upon , you could get some pointers here...

    This post was edited by keymike at March 27, 2014 1:48 PM EDT
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    March 19, 2014 11:37 PM EDT

    Shelf companies are a good idea and can be beneficial for a new business owner with business sense but has limited years in the game. obtaining a shelf company that has age puts that party amongst the players and allows him/her to compete. 


    The downside is most shelf companies are not being sold by honorable persons, therefore the companies that are being sold may have problems, such as bankruptcies, other liens, IRS issues, etc. Just be careful and research the company that sells you a shelf company


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    November 10, 2014 5:09 PM EST
    why would i want a shelf corp?