Hey amused "kankok No7" or "kpaps No5" of Vanimo ... you are indeed an amusement because you do not seem to understand what "time and hassle" means in the context of what has been said. If you are as smart as your big mouth then you will know that "time and hassle" are commercial concepts akin to "time is money". Otherwise you should now wear you 5 year old brain because now i'm going to explain it to you like you are one. First of all, you should know that it takes 3 to 4 weeks to incorporate a new company at IPA. Second, nothing is lost with buying a shelf company; in fact you gain 3 to 4 weeks of time which time would otherwise have been taken up by the registration process if you had chosen to incorporate a new company yourself. Say for instance, if you needed a company right now for a transaction in 2 to 4 days time, then you must buy a shelf company and you can already proceed with your transaction whilst at the same time you apply to the IPA to make your preferred changes to shareholding, directors and co secretary. If, however, you prefered to incorporate a new company, then you must wait for 3 to 4 weeks until your company has been incorporated and from there onwards, you can transact. Get it into your stupid head that 3 to 4 weeks of time means alot of money. If you need any additional comfort on this, i can tell you that using a shelf company is an accepted process by major corporations and government businesses all over the world. Shut your scum-filled mouth and open your brain's eyes and you will see that no-one is supporting anything suspicious agenda but just sharing facts only.