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Maryland Virtual Office Address

Want to set up shop in Maryland? A Maryland street address can make doing so much easier. And with our complete mail scanning and Virtual Mailbox services, getting a real MD address is possible.

5 Advantages of a Maryland Street Address and Virtual Mailbox

Instant Notifications

Get important mail from the Maryland Department of Assessments and Taxation, as well as the Comptroller of Maryland

Business Credibility

Establish trust with buyers and businesses that want to purchase from and work with Maryland-based companies

(In)Direct Presence

Build a valid presence in Maryland, no matter where you live

Online Mailbox

Read all of your Maryland mail from anywhere in the world via our secure web portal and mail scanning service

Upgraded Privacy

Ensure your personal address stays 100% private

Maryland Virtual Mailbox FAQs


Can I Use a MD Virtual Address as My Registered Agent Address?

No, you shouldn't list your Maryland virtual address as your Registered Agent's address. Why? Your Registered Agent needs to have their own MD street address where they can physically receive official and legal mail on your behalf.

Plus, your Registered Agent's address should be reserved exclusively for official correspondence, while your virtual address can be used for any kind of mail.

Don't have a Maryland-based Registered Agent yet? We offer a trustworthy Registered Agent service at a reasonable price, so you can get one now.


In What States Do You Provide a Virtual Mailbox Service?

Currently, our mail scanning and Virtual Mailbox service is available in all states except for Oregon and Arkansas.


What Are the Limitations of a Virtual Mailbox Service?

If you use a Virtual Mailbox service, you won't be able to pick up your Maryland mail at a designated location as you would with a PO Box. Instead, you'll only be able to access it via an online portal. Additionally, virtual mailboxes can't accept large packages for you.


Are Virtual Mailboxes Safe?

Yes, virtual mailboxes are safe. Just make sure the service you choose offers data encryption and secure physical mail storage (ours does!).