Secretary of State Filings Search
 
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Secretary of State Filings

The Secretary of State Filings Search covers all public records from the office of the Secretary of State in all 50 states. MicroBilt Secretary of State Filings Search can be used to obtain vital information regarding a company's incorporation, mergers, consolidations and dissolution as well as information acquired from registries of business names, addresses of statutory agents and incorporators' names.

What Will A Secretary Of State Filings Search Allow Me To Do?

  • Obtain lists of company principals and addresses for the means of debt collection.
  • Review company structure prior to signing a new business customer or key vendor.
  • Access public filings and other corporate documents as part of risk management practices in extending credit to a business.

What Information Is Returned From A Secretary Of State Filings Search?

  • Corporation Name
  • Filing State
  • Date Incorporated
  • Corporation ID
  • Corporation Type
  • Corporation Status/Status Date
  • Principals
  • Principal's address, address type, and whether or not the address is current

What Sources Does Secretary Of State Filings Search Use?

Secretary of State filings, reports, records and registries in all 50 states.

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