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Corporate Flipper

www.AgedShelfCorps.com
www.CorporateFlipper.com ®
Company Development
Further development of the shelf corporation is completely optional. When I speak about
development of your corporation I mean developing the company in such a way that buyers of
shelf corporations will choose your company versus someone else’s and be willing to pay more
for it.
One of the reasons people buy shelf corporations is so they can obtain credit. Lenders
however do not solely rely on company age to determine credit worthiness. Lenders are looking
for legitimacy.
A legitimate company has the following
Age
Corporate Stamps, Stock, Minutes, etc
Business License
Employer Identification Number
Business Bank Account
Business Stationary
Website with Matching Domain Name
Phone Number Listed with Directory Assistance
Business Address
Business Credit References
Dun and Bradstreet Number
The more you can offer a potential customer in the way of legitimacy the more you can
charge. The problem for new Corporate Flipper ®s is they have a limited amount to invest.
In our experience most competitors will include a corporate kit at a minimum. You can expect
to pay $99 for this corporate kit when your shelf corporation sells.
The items that give the most bang for their buck is a Business Bank Account, Business Credit
References, and a Dun and Bradstreet Number. You can easily demand thousands extra if
you develop these items early (We charge you $1,500 to set all this up for your shelf
corporation)
Other items can be developed for you just call us for pricing.
Company Selling
We market your shelf corporation several ways
We have our retail site at www.AgedShelfCorps.com
We sell Shelf Corporations to customers of our business credit builder program at
We sell Shelf Corporations to Business Credit Brokers and Consultants so they can use
them with their clients.
Our fee for marketing and selling your aged corporation will be 50% of the base retail price shown
below minus your cost for incorporating. This is considered a basic sale
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