Alabama Secretary of State John H. Merrill has issued a warning regarding misleading letters that are targeting businesses across the state. The letters are being sent by an entity called AL Certificate Service, which is not associated with any state or government agencies. While the press release does not include an example of the letter, it does mention that the deceptive letters include a “Certificate of Existence” request form (presumably requesting that a fee be paid for its submission). The Office of the Secretary of State has reported this organization to the Office of the Attorney General. Read the full release online here.
The Utah Department of Commerce - Division of Corporations and Commercial Code will be closed Friday, July 24th in observance of Pioneer Day. #holidayclosure #utahbusiness #utah pic.twitter.com/VhRqdEJaaT
The FL Division of Corporations has extended its temporary closure until M 7/27. We've been informed that while we can continue to deliver work and they will honor the date, most orders will not be processed until they return. #floridadivisionofcorporations #covidclosures
We have received word that the Florida Division of Corporations will have 2 employees processing work from a different location. They'll still accept work & evidence can be picked up the following day; however, turnaround times are expected to be longer than usual. #floridasos
The Florida Division of Corporations has ceased operations through Fri 7/17. Documents will be stamped at drop off, but not processed until the following week. Turnaround may take as long as 14 days and there will be no "stamp in receipts" during this period. #sosclosure #FLSOS pic.twitter.com/xsSXaMU2wg