officeBOX – Get Started
For best shopping experience, visit our facility to meet the staff that will handle your account.
Download a copy of Form 1583 and print it out.
Fill in your information in BOX 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 16. (If a business fill out boxes 10a-10e, 11, 12.
Walk in to officeLOCALE with completed form and 2 forms of ID (See below) or Scan/Fax/Mail a notarized form, if not present at facility with copies of 2 forms of valid Ids. See List below.
Fax line at 1-805.426.8488
Physical and Mailing address at: 1710 N. Moorpark Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360.
Call for any questions: 805.777.8866
Thats it! Upon approval, you now have your own physical address, office work space with desk and secure WiFi, Place to receive Mail and Packages, and NO OVERHEAD!
Extra Options to add to your officeBOX include: Live Phone Receptionists, Website Development, Discounted Conference Rooms use, Marketing materials.
Do I have to forwad all my mail if I get an officeBOX?
No. You don’t have to forward any mail to your officeBOX if you don’t choose to. In fact you can give the officeBOX address to only a handful of your customers or vendors etc of your choice. However, because you get a street address with mail shipping and receiving capabilities with us, we as a Certified Mail Receiving Agency with US Post Office, have to submit your formal I.D. information (USPS form 1583) to the USPS. Other than that, USPS will never deliver mail here if you did not forward your address with them.
If you live overseas, you may have difficulty finding a notary. Banks and embassies normally provide notary service. Both U.S. and non-U.S. notary seals are accepted. If finding a notary proves impossible, you can go through a lawyer or bank official who can sign or stamp an official seal on the form. Government seals are also acceptable.
Following is a list of acceptable IDs as listed on the form:
Valid driver’s license or state non-driver’s identification card
Recognized corporate ID (your work ID)
Passport, alien registration card (aka “green card”), certificate of naturalization
Current lease, mortgage, or deed of trust
Voter or vehicle registration card
Home, health, or vehicle insurance policy
Social security cards, credit cards, and birth certificates are NOT acceptable forms of identification.