Subscription Services
Why subscribe? An Alabama.gov subscription can save frequent business users time and money. For many of our fee-based services, Alabama.gov offers citizens and businesses a simple subscription option which utilizes a single billing account with check or credit card payments and provides access to services which may require agency approval.* Direct help and support lines are available.

How much does it cost? An annual subscription fee of only $95 will give you access to the Alabama.gov subscriber services. There is an additional per usage fee for each service.

Features:
  • Simplified monthly billing of fee services
  • Ability to easily track activity
  • Individual logins for up to 10 users per account for your organization
  • Multiple payment options, including direct withdrawal
* Some services may not accept all payment methods.

How to subscribe? Sign up now online! If a service requires additional information, a link to the necessary form(s) will also be provided below. A subscriber login is required to access the following services.

Account administrators can view and retrieve monthly invoices or pay invoices online by accessing the following link: Subscriber Customer Database

For questions about subscription services or changes to an existing subscriber account, please email subscriptions@alabamainteractive.org.

Customer User Guides: Business

Alabama Secretary of State Business Services
Application link: Click here
  • Instant access available
  • Business Entity Record Copies, Certificate of Existence, Domestic Name Reservations, Foreign Name Registrations, and LLP Annual Payments
Industry Record Search
Application link: Click here
  • Access to a complete listing of Alabama's industries such as: industry type, complete business contact information (including a person of contact) and much more
  • $175 annual record access fee
  • Plus a $95 annual subscription fee, if you are not already a subscriber
Legal

Alabama UCC Electronic Filing System
Application link: Click here
  • Instant access available
  • The Alabama Secretary of State now offers lenders or businesses who frequently submit UCC-1 and/or UCC-3 filings online access. This system also allows you to process UCC Searches faster and more conveniently
Alabama Background Check
Application link: Click here
  • Users MUST be approved by the Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center by completing the following forms:
  • The ABC system is a secure, web-based site that allows qualifying employers to access the most up-to-date, comprehensive Alabama criminal records available for current and prospective employees.
  • $15.00/record
Transportation

Alabama Motor Vehicle Driver License Abstract Search
Application link: Click here
  • Users MUST be approved to pull searches
  • Users MUST subscribe online if they do not already have a subscription account.
  • $8.25/ record starting August 1, 2013
Title Records Search
Application link: Click here
  • Immediately locate vehicle information such as: current owner/operator, address, year, make, model, and lienholder
  • $6/record
Vehicle Registration Search
Application link: Click here
  • Immediately locate vehicle information such as: current owner/operator, address, year, make, and model.
  • $6/record
Vehicle Information Check
Application link: Click here
  • Instant access available
  • Immediately locate vehicle information such as: vehicle information number, title number, vehicle description (odometer reading, year, color, make and model), title status, brand code, and lien holder information
  • $6/record
Abandoned Motor Vehicle Records
Application link: Click here
  • Immediately locate vehicle information such as: vehicle information number, title number, vehicle description, current vehicle owner, lien holder information, title status
  • Click here to view a sample record
  • $12/record


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Related Services
Standard Customer User Guide
Admin Customer User Guide
Subscriber FAQ
Alabama Secretary of State
Department of Public Safety
Alabama Criminal Justice Information Center
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Lionel Richie was born in Tuskegee, Alabama and the original members of The Commodores met as freshmen at the Tuskegee Institute now named Tuskegee Un
Lionel Richie was born in Tuskegee and the original members of The Commodores met as freshmen at the Tuskegee Institute now named Tuskegee University.
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