[arin-ppml] Of interest and business registrations
John R Levine
johnl at taugh.com
Wed May 15 17:40:45 EDT 2019
In article <CAP-guGU5rAHGiR=TWRsHnvhGBdbDjWaHD3yhvDeeuC5mMazj0A at mail.gmail.com>,
William Herrin <bill at herrin.us> wrote:
>> So, is it just me, or is this not a red flag to anybody else?
>It's just you. It's pretty routine to incorporate in a different state than
>where you get your mail and operate in a still different set of states
>under a business name different enough to defy easy electronic matching.
You can incorporate or organize and LLC anywhere you want, but you
also have to register as a foreign corporation or LLC in the states
where you do business. If a purported business has an address but
no state registration, that indicates bogosity.
You do have to be sure you're looking in the right places. Here in NY
corporations and LLC have a state online registry, but to check my
DBAs you have to ask at the local county courthouse.
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