Express Lien Is Doing Something Sweet for Valentine's Day - Liens for only $35

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For Valentine's Day, is doing something sweet. Prices on construction lien filings are being cut from $235.00 to $35.00 for 7 days. There's never been a better time to lien a non-paying construction project and protect your construction company's bottom line.

This Valentine's Day, ExpressLien.Com is doing something sweet.

The revolutionary service that makes filing a construction lien easier and more affordable than ever announces that for 7 days the prices for liens will drop from $235.00 to just $35.00.

"Since launching the site in September 2007, we've seen thousands of hits and made hundreds of filings," says Scott Wolfe, founder of "This sale is a celebration of that success. It's a way of saying thanks to our existing customers, and an invitation to construction companies who have never used our service."

Liening a construction project is one of the most powerful collection tools available to contractors in the United States. In the current economic environment, with sub-prime fears and contractors facing a serious cash crisis, protecting legal lien rights is more important than ever.

"The Valentine's sale is really a one-time event," says executive Doug Reiser. "If you have a slow paying project out there, this is the perfect time to protect your legal rights and file your construction lien."

Construction Liens can be ordered within ten minutes at, or by calling 866-790-7881. Liens are filed within three working days, and notices of the filing are delivered to the property owner and interested parties via certified mail. All documents and filings are kept on's online servers and accessible to contractors 24/7.

The Valentine's Day Sale will begin on February 14, 2007 and end at midnight on February 21, 2007. makes filing a construction lien easier and less expensive than ever before, revolutionizing how your construction company can handle non-paying projects. Learn more at


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