A virtual business address is ideal for home based businesses, online only businesses, and businesses who wish to expand their operations into a new city.
Receive your business mail at a real physical street address and check it online from anywhere in the world for just $9.99/mo.
A virtual business address enables small business owners, independent professionals, and digital-first organizations to establish a credible physical street address where they can securely receive official business mail.
We scan and upload your business mail as soon as it arrives at our facility. This helps your business maintain fast response times and quickly address mail.
We transform your physical mail items into high-resolution PDF files, making it easy to share and distribute important mail items throughout your organization.
Protect your sensitive business information with our complimentary NAID® certified mail shredding service.
Ensure seamless mail acceptance from all US-based couriers, including FedEx, UPS, and DHL, with our use of genuine street addresses.
Our virtual business addresses allow you to receive mail under an unlimited number of recipient names, so you can grow your business without growing your mail expenses.
Enjoy hassle-free access to your mail anytime, anywhere, without the need to navigate complex applications or software.
Your physical mail, delivered digitally. Anytime. Anywhere.
We provide three distinct plans tailored to the volume of mail you anticipate receiving at your virtual business address. Don't worry, you can upgrade or downgrade your subscription at any time if your mail requirements change. Choose an annual plan to save nearly 20%.
To begin receiving mail at your virtual business address, you must complete and submit a notarized USPS Form 1583. Mandated by the United States Postal Office, this form grants us the authority to open and scan your mail. Both U.S. and non-U.S. notary seals are accepted, and you may use your passport or government ID card as your primary form of identification.
Once your USPS Form 1583 has been submitted and approved, you can start accepting mail at your new virtual business address. Our team will scan your incoming mail and make it accessible to you electronically, allowing you to view, manage, and download your mail from anywhere across the globe.
If you're not sure whether or not a virtual business address is the right fit for your business, give one of our monthly plans a try! With no long-term contracts, you have the flexibility to cancel your service at any time, and it remains active until the next billing period. Plus, we'll continue processing any remaining mail for up to 30 days after cancellation, providing you ample time to update your business address as necessary.Get Started
Startups and new businesses who have yet to establish a brick and mortar location can use a virtual business address for business registration and offical correspondence.
Small businesses who require professional mailroom-like mail processing, but don't nessesarily have the staff of funding to facilitate it otherwise.
Many people who operate home based businesses often prefer to register their business to a virtual address in order to protect their personal privacy by avoiding the puiblicanion of their home address.
Virtual mail enables remote employees to access and manage business mail efficiently, eliminating the delays and limitations associated with traditional mail forwarding.
Businesses leveraging coworking spaces for their employees can improve their professional image by opting for a virtual business address, instead of using the shared office location as the primary business address.
Businesses operating across multiple locations can streamline their mail management by consolidating all business correspondence into one centralized location, simplifying distribution and overall handling.
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Get answers to the most common questions about our US postal address service.
Yes, you can replace the # sign in your virtual address with any secondary address unit designator you see fit, including Suite, STE, and Unit.
Yes! Our virtual business addresses meet the requirements of a physical street address, so you can use it for IRS correspondence and for filing important tax related documents, including filing for an EIN.
Absolutely! In the United States, it is possible to use a virtual address as your business’s official address. This address can be used for receiving both regular business mail and legal correspondence from the government.
However, keep in mind that a physical address might still be required for certain permits or licenses. To confirm whether a virtual address is suitable for registering your business, it’s advised to consult a local attorney or business consultant who is well-versed in the specific regulations of your area. They can offer guidance on the appropriateness of using a virtual address and inform you about any additional requirements that could apply.
Opening a bank account with a virtual address can be challenging, as most banks and financial institutions typically require a physical address for verification purposes. Banks need to verify the identity of the account holder and comply with anti-money laundering (AML) and know your customer (KYC) regulations.
While a virtual address can be used for correspondence purposes, banks generally require a physical or residential address to confirm your identity and location. This address is typically used for sending account-related documentation, as well as for regulatory and compliance reasons.
When attempting to open a business bank account, you may be asked to provide proof of address, such as utility bills, lease agreements, or mortgage statements. This documentation helps banks verify that the business has a legitimate physical presence.
If you are uncertain about the requirements for opening a bank account with your financial institution, it is best to contact them directly or visit their website for more information. Each bank may have slightly different policies and requirements, so it’s essential to familiarize yourself with these details before proceeding.