- Report: #747566
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Complaint Review: Nevada Corporation Headquarters
Nevada Corporation HeadquartersLas Vegas, Nevada Internet United States of America
Nevada Corporation Headquarters NCH, Nevada Corporation Headquarters, Registered Agents They were paid $640.00 to file my Articles of Incorporation and which included the annual fee to contract them as my registered Agents. They forgered documents, placed their employees name as director Internet
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they quoted me a price which was low, so I asked for an annual price that included the Submitting of my Articles of Incorporation they quoted,"$640.00" I paid. I kept checking for three weeks to see if the Articles of Incorporation was submitted. Thereafter, I went to the Nevada Secretary of States website and listed on my Articles of Incorporation was the name: Diana Temple, Director. "my name was not listed anyplace on any document affiliated with my Articles of Incorporation". This is a catastrophe, because any person who is listed on your Articles of Incorporation as director can do a lot of things to your corporation. They can introduce your corporation as an IPO, and set the company stock offering at minimum: $10.00 per share. Well my corporation has 75,000 shares of stock at $0 per share but this could have been a quick $750,000.00 in her pocket. She can also submit for company grants and loans without my knowledge. She could list the company as revoked and sell the company in its shell if she had a signature that she could copy, or scan and place that signature on any form and I would have to fight to explain to some court how .
my signature got there. But they do not have a signature and I refuse to give them one. Since, reporting this incident to the FBI, US Securities and Exchange Commission, BBB, FTC, Nevada Secretary of State, Attorney General Office of Nevada. Currently, my name has been placed on the Nevada Secretary of State website on my corporation but the Incorporators name for the NCH Inc, Nevada Corporate Headquarters Registered Agents will follow my corporation for the rest of its perpetual legal life as a corporate entity. If I had did my research I would have known they had an alternative agenda besides incorporating a business, there were a lot of indications. 1. On there website, they have more corporations listed as revoked then anything else. 2. They wrote the bylines of my incorporation which I had no knowledge or part of. 3. They request that I sign and return the Articles of Incorporation packet where my name was just not affiliated, I did ask them, why would they want me to sign documents that did not have my name anywhere. I also told them they took my money and built a corporation for their Incorporator and I was not signing anything. I did not sign anything, I changed my telephone number and I am going to be submitting an amendment to fire them as my corporation Registered Agents. The process has begun, I also contacted the Internal Revenue Service to take them off of my corporation documents as Registered Agents. I am not sure what their true intention was but from where I was standing and thinking in the terms of profit and liability, These agents were definately a liability that I did not need.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 06/30/2011 12:25 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Nevada-Corporation-Headquarters/internet/Nevada-Corporation-Headquarters-NCH-Nevada-Corporation-Headquarters-Registered-Agents-Th-747566. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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