Mailing address in HK? Mailboxes?

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  1. #11

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    Quote Originally Posted by munterberg:
    Could you point me to a web address or phone number?
    Google Virtual office and take your pick.

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    You can get a mailbox on HK Island for 300 HKD + 100HKD deposit for 1 year.

    Search through some old threads.. =] I think its called HK self storage, or something like that.

    Last edited by HKHK154; 08-12-2013 at 06:33 PM.

  3. #13

    A mailbox won't be enough, it needs to be a proper residential/commercial address.

    Virtual Offices certainly offer it, but they charge premium for their "prestigious address in Central". I could care less if it's in Central, in Mong Kok or some ramshack village near the sea.


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    Quote Originally Posted by munterberg:
    A mailbox won't be enough, it needs to be a proper residential/commercial address.

    Virtual Offices certainly offer it, but they charge premium for their "prestigious address in Central". I could care less if it's in Central, in Mong Kok or some ramshack village near the sea.

    Err whats the difference?

    Someone writes a letter and writes

    Bill Blogs
    M5001, Bilbo Building
    15 Blah Blah Street
    Wan Chai
    Hong Kong

    Whats wrong with that exactly? Seems unprofessional?
    Last edited by HKHK154; 08-12-2013 at 11:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by munterberg:
    I could care less if it's in Central, in Mong Kok or some ramshack village near the sea.
    Where would you not care less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by munterberg:
    A mailbox won't be enough, it needs to be a proper residential/commercial address..
    In earlier threads you said you lived in Hong Kong, why not use your own address?

  7. #17

    Because I don't live in Hong Kong any more.