Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, our registration addresses comply with all regulations of the Chamber of Commerce and the Tax authorities. We provide registration addresses on our actual corporate offices in Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
Contact us directly, and within 24 hours we will provide you with a rental contract.
According to the Dutch Know Your Customer regulations and the Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Act we are required to identify our clients before providing them with our services.
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Yes, we have clients from all over he world! You can follow our registration procedure and send us your documents from your country of residence.
The first step is to receive a registration address contract from our company. Once you have our contract you can submit an address change with the Chamber of Commerce. You can submit the change online if you have a DigiD code or physically in the Chamber of Commerce.
You need to provide the Chamber of Commerce / notary with our contract before they can register your company. You can follow our standard registration procedure. Please use the expected company name in our intake form. If your company name changes, please let us know.
Our location managers will prepare a contract for you within 24 hours after receipt of your documents. In most cases you will receive our contract in the same day.
Yes that is possible! Every additional company with the same ownership receives 50% discount if we can include it in the same contract and invoicing.
No, we can only provide you with a business registration address.
Yes, you can use our registration address on your website, logo’s and invoices.
Yes, that is not a problem. You can choose any of our registration addresses and present our contract in any of the Chamber of Commerce offices in the Netherlands.
You can cancel our contracts with a 30 days notice.
We accept Credit and Debit Cards. You can also pay with Ideal, Direct Debit or by bank transfer.
VAT is not a cost for entrepreneurs since you can deduct the VAT. If you have a Dutch company we always have to invoice 21% VAT.