WatchIllinois - Watch Illinois

Watching by Business Name

Stay alert to the legal affairs of those you plan to do business with.

Business Watch will allow you to stay alert to changes in the public records of start-up companies, DBAs, and other mid-size businesses. Be the first to know if a company you have an interest in files bankruptcy, is placed under a lien, or goes into foreclosure. You'll get a weekly e-mail alert notifying you if the business you are watching appears in any new Northern Illinois public records. BusinessWatch is your automated private eye - scanning millions of Illinois public records for you - so you don't have to.

Keeping an eye on businesses in the public records is quick and easy. Many credit reporting companies and other financial-related businesses may want to keep an eye on their clients, or those they plan to do business with. Imagine if you are about to create a partnership with a company, and find out they have just filed bankruptcy. It is also possible to find out if business partners or clients have a new lien filed against them. Watch Illinois makes it easy and simple to track businesses simply by typing in their business name, and then waiting for e-mail results.


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Get Started in 4 Easy Steps

  • Step One: Create an Account
  • Step Two: Create your Watch  
  • Step Three: View results instantly
  • Step Four: Receive ongoing weekly updates if new public records are filed

What is WatchIllinois?

WatchIllinois is a unique online tool which automatically alerts you when a change occurs in the public record of a person, property, or business of your choosing. Simply sign up for the criteria you want to "watch" , and we'll e-mail you weekly, letting you know if new public records are filed in the Illinois court system, based on your criteria.


About Us

WatchIllinois is a subsidiary of Record Information Services, Inc. , a 21-year old public record data compiler in the far west suburbs of Chicago, IL. WatchIllinois was created to satisfy the demand for an automated public record alerting system, that would save people time, money, and the effort that is required to track down and locate people, properties, businesses, and more in Northern Illinois. » Read More