After forming a UK limited company you may notice that you start receiving mail at your registered office. Some of this is warranted; important mail from government bodies such as Companies House and HM Revenue & Customs for example. But some of it may be sales orientated or even fraudulent. So why does this occur?
First of all let us assure you that it’s nothing to do with us, as your company formation agent, selling on your data. We don’t do this.
The reason for this mail is simple. It’s because a limited company’s registered office is freely available for anyone to find on the public register. Some businesses take advantage of this and send out mailers (sometimes legitimate, sometimes illegitimate) to companies.
If you have doubts about any mail that you receive, get in touch and we’ll be happy to advise.
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With our London Registered Office service you can use our N1, London address as your company’s registered office. For less than £5 a month, the service protects the privacy of your home address and acts as a handy junk mail filter (we only send you the important stuff). Find out more:
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