THE NEVADA ATTORNEY GENERAL'S JOB IS TO MAKE SURE CONSUMERS ARE NOT TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF!!!!!!!
Nevada Attorney General Catherine Cortez Masto announced on December 2, 2011 in a press release that a settlement agreement was reached with a company named “Registered Agent, Inc.” regarding advertisements it sent by mail to corporations in order to deceptively change registered agents.
Nevada Attorney General Registered Agent Inc Settlement
Registered Agent, Inc. denied all wrongdoing, liability and unlawfulness in the settlement agreement and any previous statements to the contrary in this website are retracted. However, the Attorney General’s announcement states that “...As a result of the settlement, Registered Agent, Inc. has agreed to refund all monies paid by those corporations identified by the Nevada Attorney General and to pay a $2,500 fine. In addition, Registered Agent, Inc. has agreed to include notices in a clear and distinct format indicating that the letter is a solicitation to corporations to change the corporation’s registered agent.”
A common tactic we’ve seen in all kinds of states is where a company operates under a generic name, and sends out an official looking notice that is basically an advertisement, and includes a couple actual state forms to change the registered agent. The advertisement combined with actual state forms actually gets confused people to sign up for whatever the company is advertising and inadvertently change their registered agent away from who they have used in the past.
If you’re a client of ours, you will always have accurate report reminders from us direct and in your online account at all times. The reports at least for Nevada come to us as your registered agent and you should only access these in your online account so you know you aren’t getting confused. So we would request our clients either use your online account to file your Nevada annual list or any states reports for that matter, and if you don’t want to do that, use the following link to look up the state annual report information and file direct with the state: /state-annual-report.html
This web page is meant as a warning to our clients to not change their registered agents accidentally, and report on a company that reached a settlement with the NV Attorney General. All information on Registered Agent Inc and the NV Attorney General is taken directly from the public information the Nevada Attorney General released.