Las Vegas Sun
By Abigail GoldmanNevada’s corporate filing practices part of problem
Richard M. Krawczyk is an expert in idle corporations, dusty businesses sitting on shelves in the secretary of state’s office, maturing like fine wine, waiting for someone to want them.
For a living, Krawczyk — his clients call him “Dr. Richard” because of his Ph.D. in business — teaches people how to acquire these “shelf corporations.” Entrepreneurs want companies that are aged because they look good in the banks’ eyes, and therefore, theoretically, are eligible for larger lines of credit. If you google “business credit expert,” Krawczyk’s is the first name that comes up. His is also the second, third and fourth names.
He’s the wrong person to steal a shelf corporation from.
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