Secretary of State’s UCC Online Receives AwardUCC Online allows businesses and citizens to file, search and retrieve UCC documents electronically
(Columbia, SC) – The South Carolina Secretary of State’s Office’s UCC Online program was honored with an Elite Achievers Award. Sponsored by the South Carolina Chapter of Government Management Information Sciences (SC.GMIS), the Elite Achievers Award recognizes agencies that demonstrate outstanding achievement in the implementation of creative information technology.
UCC Online allows businesses and citizens to file, search and retrieve UCC documents electronically at https://ucconline.sc.gov/UCCFiling/. This web based application was built through a partnership between the Secretary of State’s Office and South Carolina Interactive, a Columbia-based subsidiary of eGovernment firm NIC, allows users to file, correct, amend, terminate, search and retrieve UCC financing statements.
UCC Online provides:
• Convenient 24/7 access;
• Screen wizards to ensure accurate and efficient filings;
• Help links on every page;
• Immediate filing confirmation;
• Viewable UCC filing records and recorded statutory liens;
• Quicker UCC Search processing time; and
• Immediate search results.
UCC Online Search and Retrieval Capabilities:
• Search for UCC documents by name or filing number;
• Order and immediately receive official search results and documents; and
• Print certified and non-certified documents from your computer.
“Our goal in the design of UCC Online was to create a convenient and reliable method for customers to file, search, and retrieve UCCs with around-the-clock access,” said South Carolina Secretary of State Mark Hammond. “This service greatly benefits those who need our services, as well as the citizens of South Carolina.”
Customers submitting filings or requesting document retrieval may sign up for a subscriber account and be billed monthly or pay instantly using any Visa, MasterCard or Discover debit or credit card. Payments are processed through SC.GOV’s secure payment system.
For more information on UCC Online or the South Carolina Secretary of State’s Office, visit http://www.scsos.com.