Are We the Registered Agent for All Your Companies?

By Andrew Millman Monday, June 8, 2015

At Harvard Business Services, Inc., we’re known for our stellar Delaware Registered Agent service and the lowest annual Registered Agent rate in theregistered agent industry.

 

Did you know we can provide Registered Agent service for all your companies, in all fifty states?

 

Not only can we can act as the Registered Agent for all your Delaware companies, but we can also handle each of your company’s Registered Agent needs outside the state of Delaware.

 

Rather than trying to keep track of a variety of Registered Agents in multiple states, let Harvard Business Services, Inc. take care of all of the Registered Agent responsibilities. If you answer “yes” to any of the following questions, it may be time to change your Registered Agent:

 

  • Are you using an overpriced Registered Agent in Delaware and want to change Registered Agents? 
  • Are you forming a new LLC in California and need a Registered Agent?
  • Are you not getting the level of service you expected from your Texas Registered Agent?
  • Has your Registered Agent ever failed to forward correspondence from the state in a timely fashion? 
  • Has your Registered Agent ever increased rates without warning? 
  • Are you tired of paying too much for Registered Agent service?
  • Wouldn’t it be nice if all your Registered Agent invoices and correspondence came from one efficient and reasonably-priced Registered Agent?

 

You should not have to feel stuck with an expensive and/or unimpressive Registered Agent. You can quickly and easily switch to Harvard’s reliable Registered Agent service.

 

We can provide Registered Agent service for all your companies, and we can also change Registered Agents for all your existing companies, in all fifty states. Don’t wait another day to start saving money. Give one of our helpful customer service representatives at Harvard a call at 800-345-2677 and ask about our Registered Agent service today.

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