NJ Certificate Service

2020 Certificate of Good Standing Request Form

I received this in the mail after starting my own LLC. I had been warned by NJSBDC that I would receive scam mail like these. When a new LLC starts, it goes into the public records, so scammers like these take advantage of new New Jersey business owners who are trying to follow all the rules, as they can access the name of the business, the business type, and the date of registration (all of these were listed). I checked with NJSBDC and they confirmed that this is not from any government body and is a scam. The document looked very official and legitimate, so it would easy to be fooled. They said to send $114.50 to get a certificate of good standing. Beware!

Is NJ Certificate Service a scam?
NJ Certificate Service is a scam and a bad service provider as per the report filed on dirtyscam.com. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance.
Is NJ Certificate Service legit?
First NJ Certificate Service is not a legit business owner or provider. You must take necessary precautions/measures before buying or using their services.
How many reviews are submitted by NJ Certificate Service’s consumers?
There is/are 15 review(s) posted about NJ Certificate Service and it indicates that the severity of the scam is Medium.
Where is NJ Certificate Service located?
NJ Certificate Service is located at Trenton, NJ 08618, USA. You can contact NJ Certificate Service by dialing 18663012738 or visit their website N/A before filing a lawsuit. We are no way affiliated with better business bureau or yelp reviews platform.
How much monetary loss is incurred by NJ Certificate Service’s customers?
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15 Reviews on NJ Certificate Service

  1. NJ Certificate Service

    Upon completing the process for an LLC, I received a letter in the mail requesting 114.50. First dead giveaway is this certificate of good standing is not indicated on the NJ State website as part of the process.
    Secondly, mailing a letter with a stamp is not how NJ official documents are received.
    Third, the address is at the UPS store.
    Stay alert folks, scammers are always on the hunt!

  2. Oy vey! Almost got me too

    Same story, sent out a letter dated two days after I applied…$ 114.50… coy instead of copy…these scammers are quick but lazy they could of at least fixed that spelling mistake… almost got me for my scheckles! Try again goyem!

  3. NJ CERTIFICATE SERVICE- SCAM SCAM SCAM

    A letter came for my daughter from this company and on opening it i question the legitimacy of the letter. It just did not look like an official document, further more she already paid the state to register her business. On during a google search I found this website. Thank you.
    DO THE RIGHT THING AND REPORT THEM!!!

  4. NJ Certification Service is a Scam

    I just registered my business and within a week I received a letter from NJ Certificate Service (Trenton addres). It looked suspicious, so I tried a Google search which led me to this website with complaints. My red flags about the letter: no legit government website, a typo (coy instead of copy), demand for $114.50 in short period of time, did not address me by my name (used business name), email address is odd. The letter say it is an elective service, but you can get it for less at the official NJ. gov website you registered your business. I was lucky to research info and grateful others reported this scam. Do your part and report too!

  5. Scam Scam Scam! DO NOT PAY!

    This is what happens. This “company” accesses the information of newly formed businesses, which is made public online, and then sends these businesses bogus letters trying to dupe the business owner into paying for an overpriced “Certificate of Good Standing” or “Labor Law Poster,” for an absurd amount of money. These certificates are indeed real, but you can get them from directly from the state’s website for much less – this company is hoping to trick you into paying them money to do this for you, then they pocket the difference. Check their address: 1977 N Olden Ave BOX #230, Trenton NJ 08618 and you’ll see it’s just some UPS mailbox, something any person can open up. Do not send these idiots any of your money.

  6. Almost sent it in

    Almost sent them $$ then I noticed it was a .com and not a .gov.

    Also noticed a typo in the last sentence. States “…will mail a hard coy” not “copy”

    Then googled it and found it’s a scam. A simple search saved me $114.50

  7. They are scammers

    They are scammers “DONT TRUST THEM” they are FAKE”

Reviews:15
Reported Loss :0 $
Severity of Scam :Medium
Reported by : Anonymous
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