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Oct 13, 2002
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Drew_W wrote:"I have no business, so I just used my last name + the word Corp"

The *ONLY* name you are legally allowed to use is your own legal name. If you add *ANYTHING* to it, you're required to register it.
What if I used my dad's company?..
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May 13, 2004
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ProfessorChaos wrote:What if I used my dad's company?..
So long as there is no intention to defraud, you can call yourself a company or anything you like. Just try to avoid using a real company name (e.g., Coke Corp is not a good idea).

You can call *yourself* Smith Corp or whatever and use it as your real name, also. Again, the legal standard involves having no intention to defraud.
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Mar 10, 2005
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Thanks for the post. Every little bit helps with shipping costs.
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HowEver wrote:So long as there is no intention to defraud, you can call yourself a company or anything you like. Just try to avoid using a real company name (e.g., Coke Corp is not a good idea).

You can call *yourself* Smith Corp or whatever and use it as your real name, also. Again, the legal standard involves having no intention to defraud.
No, most definitely not. Using corp or Ltd, when one hasn't legally incorporated is a huge no no. If you are operating a business with other then your own name it must be registered, and can't imply a legal standing it does not have.

For just the V1 card, canadapost itself couldn't care less what name you put on it. The card is little different then club z or optimum, a reward for regular customers with nothing required to qualify for it. You cannot carry on business however with any name other then your own unless its registered.
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Jul 26, 2004
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Just signed up. Any savings is always appreciated. Thanks for the Post!
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May 8, 2003
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Just signed up and got the temporary card in email.

thanks.
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May 28, 2002
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HowEver wrote:So long as there is no intention to defraud, you can call yourself a company or anything you like. Just try to avoid using a real company name (e.g., Coke Corp is not a good idea).

You can call *yourself* Smith Corp or whatever and use it as your real name, also. Again, the legal standard involves having no intention to defraud.
Hahaha. :lol:

I'm glad I'm not taking legal advice from you.
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