InCorp Services Review

Learn about InCorp Services registered agent services for small businesses. Includes info on Incorp, pricing, customer reviews, and FAQs.

Updated on December 12th, 2019

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InCorp Services is a registered agent service in the U.S., as well as DC, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. InCorp Services offers a discount when paying for multiple years of registered agent services, and provides a status report on applications sent to state entities.


Service Period


1 Year


2 Years


3 Years


5 Years


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Registered Agent Service (1st Year FREE)

InCorp Services

Pros: Discounts offered on multiple years of service. Operates in all 50 states as well as DC, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Cons: Reports of ongoing charges after services have been canceled.

Bottomline: The service fees are affordable over a long period of time.

Key Information:




Las Vegas, Nevada

Number of Employees



Kurt Teshima


3773 Howard Hughes Pkwy. · Suite 500S, Las Vegas, NV

Phone number

1 (800) 246-2677



What does InCorp Services charge?

InCorp Services's prices range from $66.56 to $99.00 depending on the length of service.

Customer Reviews:


Reviewed: May 11, 2019

Source: Reddit

I had another registered agent in Nevada, InCorp Services, and they continue sending me to collections for not paying the annual registration fee for a company that’s been closed for five years. Yet ever year they send a new bill.

Rcie Gois

Reviewed: Oct 04, 2018

Source: Facebook

Be careful, this company will charge you even you have cancelled their services, and they won't tell you that you got mails until you want to cancel it, the WORST service we ever had!

Chris Carpenter

Reviewed: Jan 04, 2019

Source: Facebook

You cannot get them to stop charging your account. I closed my business in 2016 and notified them via email that is was closed. They still billed me. Notified them again. They still charged my credit card. A year and a half later they charged me again. I asked that the charge be refunded. No response. I recently received another bill. Told them again it was closed and that if they charged my credit card again, I would dispute the charges.

Jeannette Farley

Reviewed: May 14, 2019

Source: Facebook

Stop charging your customers after they close their business and your service is no longer necessary. What a scam!