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North Dakota Virtual Office Address

Looking to do business in North Dakota? A North Dakota street address can help. Get one of your own today with our comprehensive Virtual Mailbox and mail scanning service.

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5 Advantages of a North Dakota Street Address and Virtual Mailbox

Discover the benefits of having a North Dakota street address:

Instant Notifications

Get important correspondence from the North Dakota Secretary of State and North Dakota Office of State Tax Commissioner

Business Credibility

Establish credibility with customers and vendors that prefer to work with local, North Dakota-based businesses

(In)Direct Presence

Build an official presence in North Dakota, no matter where you actually live

Online Mailbox

Read your North Dakota mail from anywhere, at any time by logging into our secure web portal

Upgraded Privacy

Keep your personal address private from customers, vendors, and business contacts

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We get your mailIt’s time to get off the sidelines and into the game

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

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North Dakota Virtual Mailbox FAQs


Can I Use My North Dakota Virtual Address as My Registered Agent Address?

It’s not recommended to list your virtual address as your Registered Agent's address. That's because your Registered Agent should have their own street address where they can receive official mail on your behalf.

Plus, your virtual address can be used to receive any type of mail, while your Registered Agent's address should be reserved for legal mail.

If you’re still looking for a North Dakota-based Registered Agent, our Registered Agent service is affordable, reliable, and easy to use.


In What States Does Bizee Provide a Virtual Mailbox Service?

Bizee currently offers Virtual Mailboxes services in all states other than Oregon and Arkansas.


What Are the Limitations of a Virtual Mailbox Service?

When you use a Virtual Mailbox service, you can't pick up your mail at a physical location. Instead, you can only view it online by logging into your account.

Virtual Mailbox services also can't receive large packages for you.


Are Virtual Addresses Legal?

Yes, virtual addresses are legal in all 50 states.