How does it work?

Get a virtual address to register your trust, or use as your official correspondence address if you’re a trustee, settlor of beneficiary. Use your virtual address for all trust-related postal communications and utilise our platform to read your letters online, organise letters, send outbound mail and more.

Official addresses for trusts

Our virtual UK addresses offer an alternative to a physical address for trusts, settlors, trustees and beneficiaries, allowing them to register a trust, protect their privacy, and separate trust-related communications from the day-to-day mail they receive. Here are some examples of how they’re used:

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Trustee address

Trustees are people or companies that are responsible for managing money or assets on behalf of the beneficiary. They may be required to provide an address for official communications.

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Beneficiary address

Beneficiaries are the individuals or organisations that benefit from the trust, such as receiving money or assets. They may have to provide an address for any correspondence between them and the trust.

Settlor address

Settlors are the individuals or companies that provide assets to the trust. They may also be referred to as grantors, donors or trustors. As part of the details held by a trust, they may be required to provide an address for postal correspondence.

Charitable trusts address

Charitable trusts registered with the Charity Commission will need to provide an official address.

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Corporate trusts address

Corporate trusts registered with Companies House will need to provide an official address.

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Hybrid trusts address

Hybrid trusts may be registered with either the Charity Commission or Companies House and are required to provide an official address.

Online mail management for trusts

When you sign up for a virtual address, you’ll also receive access to our online platform for managing all inbound and outbound mail from anywhere, along with other helpful features such as:

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View letter scans

When mail arrives, we’ll scan the envelope for you to view online. We can also open and scan the contents of any mail at your request, allowing you to read correspondence from anywhere.

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Store items digitally, physically, or both

Store physical mail for 30 days for free, and retain unlimited digital scans in your account at no extra charge.

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Forward mail items

If you receive any mail that needs forwarding elsewhere, just provide us with the delivery details, and we’ll post it to any other address worldwide on your behalf.

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Send letters and documents from anywhere

Send letters, such as documents or letter replies, by uploading a PDF. Provide delivery information, and we’ll post it on your behalf.

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Tag mail and organise into folders

Organise your digital mail scans by adding tags and folders directly in our platform.

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Integrate with your existing systems

Use our API or supported integrations such as Zapier, Make, Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox and Evernote to automate what happens to your mail when it’s scanned into your account.

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Your security is our priority

Security is at the forefront of everything we do, and we have many procedures in place to ensure all of your organisational data is secure. Here are the steps we take to do this:

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Get started

We have a dedicated support team and onboarding process to help answer your questions, find solutions to unique requirements, and ensure you get up and running without any service interruption. To get started, please fill out the following form, and a dedicated team member will contact you.

What are the benefits?

We’ve been helping trusts, trustees, beneficiaries and settlors with their address and mail management needs for over 15 years. Here are some of the benefits of moving to a virtual solution:

  • Separate trust-related correspondence from personal or business mail
  • Use as the official address when registering a trust
  • Reduced address-related costs compared to an office location
  • Receive and send trust-related mail from anywhere in the world
  • Avoid having to list your personal or business location publicly
  • Use a single virtual address for multiple trusts
  • Manage all trust correspondence remotely

Helping UK trusts with their address and postal needs

We invite trusts, trustees, beneficiaries, or settlors interested in virtual addresses and online mail management to contact us for further information. We’re experienced in working with trusts of various sizes and setups, and we can tailor our offering to your unique needs.

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