Off-shore company management
Running an offshore company is no longer the sole domain of traditional trading corporations. In today’s ever evolving technological world, internet based trading companies with geolocation orientation are everywhere.
The need for geolocation oriented companies was born out of the search engines’, marketplaces’ and social media companies’ modus operandi of dividing the internet to “neighbourhoods” and promoting the local feed for their users over the international feed. A new global industry of ‘company formation’ services arose from those conditions. Amazon / Ebay sellers wanting to promote their products from many locations, marketing agencies wishing to target the right audiences for their clients or any other business dreaming of expanding elsewhere are using those services.
(Almost) anyone can open their own new company, or can either buy or rent an established company that comes with a bank account from almost any country in the world.
Opening offshore companies is a great idea when you’ve got businesses in multiple locations around the world. In theory, that is. The problem starts when you actually want to run it. Operating a remote company can be very frustrating, especially when you want to manage a healthy business without getting banned or needing an SMS verification for every minor action.
The same algorithms that were built to protect us from getting hacked are also the ones making remote company management much harder. It all has to do with the company owner’s / manager’s location on the map.
So, we’ve wisened up and have our tricks, right? Using a variety of SIM cards, VPNs and traditional RDPs are the most common ways to manage remote companies. Yes, it’s doable. But it’s also very temporary.
Why? Human errors, mainly.
Changing SIM cards can create many complications, starting with the fact that you need to manually change SIMs for different tasks. Secondly, by changing your SIM you only change your phone number or IP if you are roaming, but that’s it. All the other information remains the same, your digital fingerprints and of course the cookies. This is also the reason that most probably gets you flagged. A well guarded bank account or debit card gateway can easily connect the dots and flag the account.
Using VPNs is like walking into a bank with a mask on (pre-pandemic reference). Checkpoints can easily detect VPNs or any sort of proxy by their protocol. More than that, they contain a lot of fingerprint data from a large quantity of users thanks to data-commerce and, again, are more than capable of connecting the dots and flagging the transaction or account.
Using RDPs to divide your businesses is the most secure and healthy way to manage your offshore company related assets. Your previous fingerprints cannot be seen after logging into the RDP and all company related fingerprints are stored in one place.
The problem with traditional RDPs is mainly their IP. An RDP (remote desktop protocol) in most cases is a Windows VPS located in a traditional data centre and an IP lookup will immediately show it’s a data centre IP. That too can be interpreted as masking.
Our mobile RDP solutions give you all the benefits of traditional RDPs and much more. Our RDPs are connected directly to a mobile broadband router. That means 100% residential IPs that prevent flagging or human errors. Our RDPs look like any Londoner casually browsing with a mobile router from his desktop.
By using our mobile RDPs and not your real geographical location, you’ll reduce flagging and enjoy the freedom to manage your company related internet assets safely and securely.