Wyoming Corporate Services will help clients create a company, and more: set up a bank account for it; add a lawyer as a corporate director to invoke attorney-client privilege; even appoint stand-in directors and officers as high as CEO. Among its offerings is a variety of shell known as a “shelf” company, which comes with years of regulatory filings behind it, lending a greater feeling of solidity.
“A corporation is a legal person created by state statute that can be used as a fall guy, a servant, a good friend or a decoy,” the company’s website boasts. “A person you control… yet cannot be held accountable for its actions. Imagine the possibilities!”
One house in Cheyenne, Wyoming is the headquarters of over 2,000 artificial persons, gaming the system and allowing the true owners of businesses to evade all responsibility and accountability. The free market only works if the customer and the business owner have exposure to market forces. Once you allow one party to avoid their half of the bargain, you ensure that the system is being gamed to their advantage.