James Comer is mad someone would abuse the term ‘shell company’
and refer to it as a way to hide financial impropriety. He believes that shell companies have legitimate uses, such as providing small businesses with access to capital, or allowing people to invest in new companies without having to go through the more rigorous process involved with registering a new company. He believes that by unfairly attacking the use of shell companies, some people are deterring legitimate business ventures from being established. He finds this practice dangerous and anti-competitive, and argues that it isn’t fair to tarnish all shell companies with the same brush.