Lost Companies House WebFiling authentication code

Lost Companies House WebFiling authentication code?

Get a new authentication code for a UK company with a few pieces of advice. If no success – hire Eesti Consulting to proceed with your case! We guarantee success or a refund of the money.

1. Retrieve your code from your company formation agent

If you formed your company through a company formation agent like CFS Formations, please log in to the dashboard and check your authentication code.

N.B This advice is valid only when you did not change an authentication code since company formation.

2. Request an authentication code from Companies House

Create an account or sign in to Companies House WebFiling and type your company name and number.

Companies House will automatically send your authentication code by post to your company’s registered office. This procedure takes up to 5 business days πŸ™‚

N.B Companies House cannot provide you with the authentication code by phone or e-mail.

3. Troubles with registered office address provider.


1. You haven’t any contact with your virtual office

2. They refuse to scan your corporate documments.

3. You changed virtual office

Hire Eesti Consulting to resolve this problem and provide you with new Authentication Code πŸ™‚ Success or a money back.

What is your Company Authentication Code?

The Company Authentication Code is a 6-digit string issued by Companies House when your company gets registered. Every time you want to file an electronic document or update your company’s details, the digital signature must be used.

Regardless of how your company is formed, you will receive a letter from Companies House. It will be sent to the address of your registered company and in this letter, you’ll find the Company Authentication Code.

It is crucial for us to store company information in a safe place. This way, only employees with authorization can modify those details.

If you want to register a company in the UK – please use this link.

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