Shelf Companies For Sale

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Most shelf companies are over-priced. It’s common to see a four-year-old shelf company for a ridiculous price of $4000. The sellers of these shelf companies may state the following excuses:

Reality: A company with an existing EIN may pose problems; such as, back taxes, improperly filed income tax returns, or audit issues.

Reality: A shelf company with corporate credit will lose the credit profile after the company changes hands. That “reset” takes place within ninety days of buying the company. Don’t buy an over-priced shelf company with developed corporate credit. You won’t be able to use it.

There are sellers of shelf companies that produce a fake list of vendors. They vouch for your company to present it as having an awesome credit rating. This service is a fraud.

A popular scam is to take a company that’s dissolved and bring it back into good standing; without notifying the previous owner of the company. This is illegal. The company may owe taxes, embroiled in litigation or possess other serious and unseen problems.


  • Acquire a shelf company that was never used.
  • The shelf company should be at least three years old.
  • The shelf company should not have an EIN. The EIN is freely obtained by the IRS with an online application that takes five minutes.
  • Don’t pay more than you have to.
  • Make certain that the company was always in good standing, and it was never dissolved.