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London Virtual Residency And Phone Line

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A Typical London Virtual Residence Location

London is ideal as a virtual residency location because residents tend to move quite frequently and neighbours tend not to know (or care) who lives where. In addition there is no obligation to register where you live or ID card system. It's important to keep in mind that virtual Residency is very different to a virtual office arrangement because things need to be done in a particular way with the goal of achieving a very different result. In the case of a virtual office the requirements are often quite similar, for example a person is often needed to answer calls and maybe emails but it is fairly easy to predict how things should be handled because the variations are not generally all that significant. A virtual residency needs to be individually tailored to meet very specific needs with the goal of creating the illusion that you actually live in the location where you claim to be. We have outlined below the twelve main reasons why people tend to set up a virtual residency, the list is not in any particular order and we don't seek to analyze or pass judgement on the morality or otherwise of a persons motives.

The way a virtual residency situation is put together varies in every case but we have set our five examples with places and initials changed to protect our clients privacy but the circumstances themselves are accurate. Although these examples apply to different locations and this page refers to London specifically the examples below give a good idea of the way a London virtual residence could be used.

A. Mr W lived in Dublin and split up with his long term partner who was mentally unstable, on medication and becoming increasingly difficult to live with. He moved to Malta with his company but the ex partner found out where he was was due to an error by another employee at Vodafone who he worked for. The ex partner made continous false allegations to the Irish and Maltese police and did everything possible to make his life hell. The whole nightmare went on for nearly three years before Mr W realised the only option for him and his new partner was to move again and this time he would ensure his ex did not know where he was. He secured a job with a telecoms company in Cyprus but his ex remained his main concern because time clearly did not heal in this case. He came to us for advice and informed us that he was moving to Cyprus it might make sense to make the ex think he was in the UK which would be plausible and easily arranged with a London mailing address and phone number. We agreed this should be sufficient to enable him to send the ex in circles and put him in touch with an expert who specialises in advising people how NOT to be found. After he was provided with a list of things to avoid that could give the game away we set up a virtual residence in North London complete with a local phone number and address as well as two people who would pose as friends if needed who had distinct London accents. His ex was not told he had moved to Cyprus and she was drip fed the information by people known to both parties who believed he was in London themselves. This structure was set up in 2009 and at the time of writing (Summer 2013) it is still running smoothly and he has had no further issues.

B. Mrs S lived in Castries, France and was involved in a very messy legal dispute with a business associate. We set up an address in London, England to be utilised as soon as she moved to her new home in Nimes, France. The address in London was a normal residential address in the house below. At the address we arranged a phone-line and also a person to pose as her housekeeper who would deliberately create the impression Mrs S was there but not taking the calls. We also set up another number in London which she used to deal with a few clients knowing the information would filter back one way or another. The final ingredient was we advised Mrs S how to legally obtain a UK drivers licence to complete the illusion. This structure was set up in May 2009 and the litigation has not progressed because it would require serving documents outside of France; not impossible but it takes things to a whole new level when it comes to costs!

C. Mr L a Travel Agent from Manchester, UK had severe debt issues and needed an alternative to Bankruptcy so we arranged an address in Florida with a phone number and Virtual employment situation. The nature of his business made a move to Florida sound plausible to creditors although in reality he had simply moved to Stockport. The end result was that he manged to settle all of his debts for 15% of the amount outstanding.

D. Mr D and Miss M are an Asian couple. Mr D is a Sikh and Miss M is a Moslem. The fireworks from Miss M's family regarding the relationship were beyond belief. Mr D's parents were surprisingly tolerant and had no issues with the relationship. Mr D's father called us because it was clear that the relationship was doomed unless something was done to stop the intense pressure. The solution was to create a situation where it appeared they had disappeared completely and make it impossible to determine if they were together or note. This situation was simple because Mr D has the full support of his parents and Miss M was happy not to see her family but it was potentially dangerous because Miss M's family had shown by past actions that they would stop at nothing to break up the relationship.

E. Mr and Mrs J planned to move to Cyprus but were unsure how Mr J's consultancy business would be affected by the move. They already spend several weeks a year there so we suggested we create a virtual residence and that Mr J tells his clients he is going to his home in Cyprus for a month. We set up a Cypriot address and phone number and a phone number in his home country of Ireland that could be routed free to Cyprus. The theory being that if he gradually increased the amount of time they believed he was in Cyprus he could test everything before the move. This was in 2008 and in February 2010 they moved to Limassol. We have now created a virtual residence in reverse with a Dublin address so clients think he still spends a lot of time in Ireland.

These are just five examples but we have dozens each year. Creating a virtual residence requires several ingredients which are an address, a phone-line and maybe a local email address that looks right such as john.smith@btinternet.co.uk in the case of the UK fortunately we have contacts in most phone and broadband companies who can arrange things to create the right appearance. As far as cost is concerned the average cost of a virtual residency per year is $850 / £560 / €650. This would cover 12 months rental of a postal address, £35 towards scanning or forwarding of mail and a dedicated number that can be forwarded to you anywhere worldwide which will ring with the correct ringing tone - something people often overlook!


One of our Typical London Virtual Residence Locations

If you feel virtual residency is a service that would benefit you contact one of our office to weigh up the various options.


London virtual residence address including £35 forwarding deposit with a UK phone number forwarded anywhere worldwide free of charge only $450 / £295 / €350 per annum! This facility enables mail to be forwarded or scanned and emailed as preferred.

*Regular Price $850 / £560 / €650

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