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Friday, 29 December 2017 00:00

File, Search & Grow with Database Direct

In celebration of adding yet another state in the Midwest, many are just recently learning of what Database Direct has to offer. As expansion planning for this robust system continues we wanted to make sure you were one of those people.
Are you a professional at a lending, legal or auction-related organization? Do you like dealing with contracts and subscriptions while maintaining debit accounts and getting charged additional fees?
If you answered “Yes” to the first question and “No” to the second you could be a great candidate to give Database Direct a try.
Brought to you by Capitol Lien, Database Direct is a comprehensive online system through which users can perform state level UCC/Tax Lien searches in available states and manage UCC filings nationwide.
File:  With easy to navigate prompts, auto-populated text and the ability to customize collateral, this tool is intended to streamline all of your UCC procedures. Amending and terminating your UCCs is effortless once they are in the system. Depend on the Continuation Report to view and continue any of your UCCs in the critical continuation window.
Search:  Leverage our unique broad-based search logic for thorough results with hundreds of business and first name equivalents. Designed to search for common name variations, our enhanced system enables the user to see more “hits”, as well as help uncover otherwise “hidden” liens. To date the available states for your searching pleasure are Minnesota, Wisconsin, and South Dakota. Illinois will be the next state to be added in 2018!
Grow:  Take your business to the next level with the help of our generated leads. Target competitors with a Secured Party Search (aka Reverse UCC Search) or hone in on a specific region with an Area Search.
Register Today: https://www.capitollien.com/services-overview/database-direct

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