This unassuming house in Cheyenne, Wyoming might look like any other neighborhood home, but behind its brick walls and well-manicured lawn sit the “corporate suites” of over 2,000 shell companies.
Reporters are calling this house “the Cayman Islands on the Great Plains”. Inside sits a single woman who acts as operator for countless corporate “suites”, each with their own mailbox out of hundreds that line the walls.
Their website even boats that their corporations are “a legal person created by state statute that can be used as a fall guy, a servant, a good friend or a decoy. A person you control… yet cannot be held accountable for its actions.”
And some people still wonder where corporate misbehavior comes from.
Via Huffington Post.