You'll feel wonderful after you get a free same day quote on you next surety bond from Pro Surety Bond. We specialize in all types of Contract and Construction Bonds including Payment and Performance Bonds, Subdivision and Off Site Bonds, Bid Bonds, License and Permit Bonds, Court Bonds, Fidelity Bonds and all types of Miscellaneous Surety Bonds. Call 800-314-7003 for superb surety bond premiums and customer service. We're here to take your questions. Call the George Mason Surety Bond Pros at 800-314-7003!
Call 800-314-7003! What is a surety bond? Surety bonds financially motivate someone to adhere to the terms of a contractual agreement. If you own a payday lender business, you must adhere to the regulations of your industry as a condition for receiving a business license. The bond is there to back up unpaid fines and more generally to “encourage” you to do business on the up and up. The surety company promises to pay any valid claim to the government regardless of whether the bond purchaser agrees or not, so in that respect the bonds resembles a security deposit. Pro Surety Bond has over 25 years of combined industry experience. Call even if it will be too bothersome applying for a surety bond because you assume you won't be approved. Call 800-314-7003!
If you are bidding on public projects for the City of George Mason you may be required to post a Bid Bond. The Bid Bond guarantees you will be able to provide the Performance Bonds required in the event you are the low bidder. In essence the Bid Bond pre-qualifies you for the work you are bidding on. Not all jobs require bonding but if they do we can assist you with Bid Bonds, and subsequent Performance and Payment Bonds as required by the state. Please call the Contract Bond Team at Pro Surety Bond for more information.
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Phone: 703) 324-3201
George Mason is a census-designated place in Fairfax County and it is the 115th most populous in the commonwealth of Virginia. The community consists of George Mason University and some of the adjacent neighborhoods. Some say living here is the best of all worlds. Tree lined streets, safety, a thriving campus scene, and it’s all about a 45-minute commute to Washington, D.C.
What can an obligee expect from a surety if a project is entering a default situation? The obligee is the party that wanted the bond coverage and ultimately it’s the party that needs to be satisfied in the end. The surety bond is bought as safety net to make sure a project gets done, as little behind schedule as possible. The surety does its best to vet all applicants and pre-qualify them to the best of its ability. But no one is perfect and the surety can’t practicably guarantee that there will be no disagreements between the obligee and the principal. Call the George Mason Surety Bond Pros Today at 800-314-7003!
What kind of timeframe can an obligee expect from the surety in time of principal default? It’s is sometimes a bone of contention between the surety and the obligee that the surety “takes its time” in responding to an obligee’s complaint. The surety’s job, in the final analysis, is to make sure the job gets done. That sometimes means working with the principal and giving them an opportunity to make things right. The problem arises from the fact that by the time the obligee has started the claim process, he’s already had it with the principal, and doesn’t want to deal with him any more.
The simple reality is that the obligee cannot expect things to “happen” in short time if a default has been alleged. If it’s the case that the subcontractor has gone bankrupt and does not claim any disagreement with the obligee, then things are more clear cut: the surety has to snap into action. Anything less clear cut than that though, there has to be an investigation of the claim. The surety has to make sure it doesn’t look like too much of an advocate for either side, so it has to proceed carefully, and that takes time. Give us a call at 800-314-7003
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There are literally thousands of different Surety Bonds to guarantee the performance of businesses and individuals. The following list of are the bonds we most commonly see.
|George Mason Lottery Bond||George Mason Lost Title Bond|
|George Mason Honesty Bond||George Mason Guardianship Bond|
|George Mason Medicaid Provider Bond||George Mason Travel Agency Bond|
|George Mason Pawnbroker Bond||George Mason Business Service Bond|
|George Mason Utility Bond||George Mason Release of Lien Bond|
|George Mason Emissions Station Bond||George Mason Insurance Broker Bond|
|George Mason Payment Bond||George Mason Freight Broker Bond - BMC-84|
|George Mason Home Health Care Bond||George Mason Credit Repair Bonds|
|George Mason Labor Bond||George Mason ERISA Bond|
|George Mason Janitorial Service Bond||George Mason Replevin Bond|
|George Mason Sheriffs Indemnity Bond||George Mason DMV Driving School Bond|
|George Mason DMEPOS (Medicare) Bond||George Mason Pharmacy Wholesaler Bond|
|George Mason Cost Bond||George Mason Injunction Bond|
|George Mason Mortgage Lender Bond||George Mason Supersedeas Bond|
|George Mason Appraisal Company Bond||George Mason Used Car Dealer Bond|
|George Mason Wage and Welfare Bond||George Mason Collection Agency Bond|
|George Mason Material Bond||George Mason Talent Agency Bond|
|George Mason Promoter Bond||George Mason Mortgage Broker Bond|
|George Mason Performance Bond||George Mason Telemarketer Bond|
|George Mason Subdivision Bond||George Mason Executor Bond|
|George Mason Auctioneer Bond||George Mason Credit Services Organization Bond|
|George Mason Lost Instrument Bond||George Mason Appeal Bond|
|George Mason Process Server Bond||George Mason Contractor’s License Bond|
|George Mason Bid Bond||George Mason Lost Deed Bond|
|George Mason Health Club Bond||George Mason Supply Bond|
|George Mason Garage Bond||George Mason Auto Dealer Bond|
|George Mason Warranty Bond||George Mason Fidelity Bond|
|George Mason Notary Bond||George Mason Off Site Improvement Bond|
|George Mason Sales Tax Bond||George Mason Public Official Bond|
|George Mason Title Agency Bond||George Mason Employee Theft Bond|
|George Mason Third Party Administrator Bond||George Mason Non Resident Cost Bond|
|George Mason Race & Sports Book Bond|