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Incfile’s Virtual Address Service

  • Accepts and scans letters and large envelopes with documents

  • Forwards bank checks, credit and debit cards to the contact address on file

  • Email notifications for every new piece of mail

  • Stores an unlimited amount of data in your secure, private virtual mailbox

  • Filters out junk mail flyers and shreds unwanted mail

  • NO physical office presence

  • NO in-person support

  • NO in-person mail pickup or dropoff

  • NO package deliveries

Advantages of a Tennessee Virtual Mailbox

Streamline your business operations and make it easy to get the information you need on the go.

Other benefits of a Tennessee virtual mailbox include:

Receive official mail from the Tennessee Secretary of State and the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury
Easily access mail that’s delivered to your Tennessee business address online, no matter where you are in the world
Build trust with suppliers who want to work with Tennessee businesses
Establish a local presence for your business — even if you aren’t there physically
Ensure total privacy by separating your personal and business addresses
Get the flexibility your business needs with a low monthly fee and no contracts

Tennessee Virtual Mailbox FAQs

Can I Use My Tennessee Virtual Address as My Registered Agent Address?

We don’t recommend using your TN virtual address as your Registered Agent address, as your RA will need a real street address where they can receive official correspondence. In need of a Registered Agent? Check out our Registered Agent service for more information.

In What States Can I Use Your Virtual Mailbox Service?

We offer virtual mailbox services in AZ, AR, CA, CO, DE, FL, GA, ID, IL, IN, MA, MO, NJ, NM, NY, NV, NC, OH, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, WI and WY. If your state isn’t listed, just wait! We’re working hard on expanding our services across the United States to serve you no matter where you’re located.

What Are the Limitations of Virtual Mailboxes?

The limitations of virtual mailboxes include the inability to pick up mail in person. Virtual mailboxes are just that — virtual — so all mail can only be accessed online. In addition, these mailboxes cannot receive packages.