Accutrend Data Corporation: Uniform Commercial Code
ADC-UCC provides information on UCC liens with company credit score and firmographic information.
A UCC lien, or UCC filing, is a notice that a lender has a security interest in one or more of your assets. UCC liens can be filed against businesses or individuals.
When Does a UCC Filing Occur:
When your business enters into a financing agreement that is secured by collateral, a UCC lien could be filed against any assets you pledged to secure the loan. Other types of liens typically get filed because of something bad happening, such as not paying your taxes. A UCC lien is a normal part of small business financing. The lien serves as notice to all potential creditors that you owe lender money and that your assets are pledged to that lender until you repay the debt. UCC data elements will be provided from all states available, including Delaware, except Kansas, Minnesota, and New Mexico, due to current state restrictions regarding the use of UCCdata for marketing purposes.
– UCC Filing and Filing Chain Information
– Filing Information (Type, Code, Date, and more)
– Debtor Name
– Debtor Type
– Business Type
– Debtor Address (Street, City, State, Zip)
– Full Name
– Last Name
– Creditor Information (Name, Address, and More)
– Email Address
– Phone (With Area Code)
– Debtor Risk Class
– Debtor Score
– Employee Size
– Year Business Started
And Much More
Example Use Case:
ADC UCC is best used to dive into the financial UCC information across multiple industries, geos, or specific businesses.
About the Provider:
ADC is a B2B marketing information and intelligence company. For over 30 years it prides itself in delivering the most comprehensive and up-to-date business intelligence in the industry, empowering our clients to make business-building decisions and connections with business intelligence every day.