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compliance with all state and local regulations.
- Banks and financial institutions
will first consider your company's application, for funding, when
there's complete compliance. That means the shelf company is
filed in the state in which you live. They also seek to verify
the company has filed the applicable business licenses.
- Once the necessary filings are
confirmed, and the company is at least three years old, then the
application is considered for funding.
Make certain your name is on the
- Your name should be listed on
Secretary of State as Director, President, Vice President, Treasurer
- Those positions must reflect the
name of the persons representing the company. Likewise, if you
were the bank considering an application, you would also want to
know the people behind the company.
- These disclosures are necessary in
every state that the company is filed. For example, a Montana
company filed in California must reflect the principals of the
company in both states.
Start applying for small lines of
credit with key vendors.
- Apply for small lines of unsecured
credit with Lowes, Home Depot, Staples, OfficeMax, Equipment
Leasing, and other providers related to your business.
- Pay the line of credit early and
- Pay the balance off early every
- The vendor will report your
payment history to DNB.
- DNB will assign a DUNS number, and
give you a score called PAYDEX. That PAYDEX score is
determined by your payment history. Paying obligations off
Request a list of shelf companies here or call 307.237.2580