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Mississippi Virtual Office Address

Expanding your business to Mississippi? You should have a Mississippi street address. With Bizee’s convenient mail scanning and Virtual Mailbox service, managing your MS business correspondence is a cinch.

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5 Advantages of a Mississippi Street Address and Virtual Mailbox

See how having a Mississippi-based virtual address can help you and your business:

Instant Notifications

Get important correspondence from the Mississippi Secretary of State and Mississippi Department of Revenue

Business Credibility

Establish trust with customers and companies that prefer working with Mississippi-based businesses

(In)Direct Presence

Build a credible Mississippi presence, even if you live nowhere near the Magnolia State

Online Mailbox

Read your Mississippi mail 24/7 from any location with our secure web portal and mail scanning service

Upgraded Privacy

Stop having to share your personal address with customers, vendors, and other businesses

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We get your mail

It’s time to get off the sidelines and into the game

If you want to do business in Mississippi, it makes sense to have a real Mississippi street address.

Mississippi Virtual Mailbox FAQs


Can I Use an MS Virtual Address as My Registered Agent Address?

No, you should avoid using your Mississippi virtual address as your Registered Agent's address. Instead, your Registered Agent should have their own MS street address where they can physically receive mail for you.

Plus, your virtual mailbox can be used for any kind of mail you'd like, while your Registered Agent's address should only be used for official and legal mail.

Don't yet have a Mississippi-based Registered Agent? We offer a dependable Registered Agent service at a budget-friendly price.


In What States Do You Provide a Virtual Mailbox Service?

Currently, we offer Virtual Mailbox services in each state except for Oregon and Arkansas.


What Are the Limitations of a Virtual Mailbox Service?

With a Virtual Mailbox service, you can only view your mail online rather than picking it up at a physical location. Virtual mailboxes also can't accept large parcels on your company's behalf.


Are Virtual Mailboxes Legal?

Yes, Virtual addresses are legal in all 50 states, and you can even use one to officially form your business.