For the fastest turnaround on your surety bond, call 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 the best surety bond purchasing experience you can have. It’s a good feeling knowing you’re in good hands. Call the Moscow Surety Bond Pros at 800-314-7003!
Call 800-314-7003! Why do we need surety bonds? It’s a difficult question to answer because there so many applications for surety bonds, Suffice it to say that, in a broad sense, surety bonds or way of conveying trust to the party asking for it. Let’s say you collect sales tax for the department of taxation in Idaho. The department naturally wants you to make your deposit on time, and if you don’t they need some way of retrieving your funds. That’s the reason they ask you to take out a surety bond. If you cannot make your drop at the allotted time, the department has a way of collecting. Pro Surety Bond works tirelessly for each and every customer, tracking down the most affordable bond premiums possible, and he do it for those with poor credit as well. Call 800-314-7003!
If you are bidding on public projects for the City of Moscow 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.
Moscow, Idaho, population 24,000, is a city in Northern Idaho near the state border with Washington. Settlers came here first in 1871, mostly drawn by the rich grassland for grazing and seemingly limitless timber for building. The precise origin of the name of the city is not known. One story is that there was a Russian immigrant who took the initiative of filing for a postal permit and asked that the town be named after his home town in Russia. Alternately, no Russians were involved but the early settlers could not agree on a name and when they filed for postal permit the postmaster just named the place after Moscow, Pennsylvania where he was born. Early in its history Moscow came to be known as “Hog Heaven” because of the abundance of camas bulbs, a type of squash, which were used prominently as pig fodder. Moscow today is a modest size city but it has a thriving workforce and a lifestyle to match it, particularly when it comes to the arts. There is now the Auditorium Chamber Music Series which has been offering chamber music fo a quarter of a century now, Artsmith a nonprofit organization that promotes arts and education.
Officials of the city of Moscow and the economic development division want outside investors to recognize the beautiful setting, the modern infrastructure, institutions, as well as the pleasant lifestyle and culture with the hopes of enticing more companies to move to the area. They feel that the affordable costs and large blocks of undeveloped property offer more than adequate business opportunity’s at low cost. The city has no business or occupation tax, which means more money in the pocket of businessman. The city has also streamlined business permit processing and reduced permit fees, both of which have generally aided in speedy development at lower cost with less business risk. Moscow has a highly capable workforce, with the University of Idaho and Washington State University bringing up the percentage of residents with bachelor’s degrees to 53%, which is just barely a short of double the national average. Call the Moscow Surety Bond Pros Today at 800-314-7003!
Moscow, Idaho is a pretty prosperous place and it can’t be too hard to earn a living as a small business owner here, but before you can receive a business license it’s almost certain that you will require a surety bond. Almost every business requires one, so don't think it's just you. Are you a manufactured home dealer? Do you sell a motor fuel? Are you a fruit and vegetable dealer? Do you own a manager in school? It’s hard to imagine four different types of industries, but they all have one thing in common and that is that they require a surety bond in order to receive a license. Pro surety bond can fulfill all of the surety Bond requirements just mentioned, and we’re sure that we can do the same for you.
Most of the people who come to this site need a surety bond in order to receive a business license, a class of bond called a license and permit bond. There are other types however, like fidelity bonds. These are usually not required, but many people buy them to foster confidence from their clients. For instance if you own a business in which you send your employees to work at another business, like that of a janitorial service, it gives your client confidence to know that you have the forethought to cover them and yourself with some form of insurance. Another type of bond is a public official bond. This is a fairly wide category that includes county court bonds, tax collector bonds, and treasury bonds. These bonds are put in place to tell the public that the public official will act honestly and execute his duties with good faith. Give us a call at 800-314-7003
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.
|Moscow Process Server Bond||Moscow Freight Broker Bond - BMC-84|
|Moscow Public Official Bond||Moscow Talent Agency Bond|
|Moscow Cost Bond||Moscow Business Service Bond|
|Moscow Collection Agency Bond||Moscow Mortgage Lender Bond|
|Moscow Sales Tax Bond||Moscow Executor Bond|
|Moscow Appeal Bond||Moscow Telemarketer Bond|
|Moscow Auto Dealer Bond||Moscow Race & Sports Book Bond|
|Moscow Contractor’s License Bond||Moscow Credit Repair Bonds|
|Moscow Material Bond||Moscow Credit Services Organization Bond|
|Moscow Wage and Welfare Bond||Moscow Honesty Bond|
|Moscow Garage Bond||Moscow Fidelity Bond|
|Moscow Pharmacy Wholesaler Bond||Moscow Release of Lien Bond|
|Moscow Sheriffs Indemnity Bond||Moscow Replevin Bond|
|Moscow Mortgage Broker Bond||Moscow Health Club Bond|
|Moscow Notary Bond||Moscow Injunction Bond|
|Moscow Third Party Administrator Bond||Moscow ERISA Bond|
|Moscow Guardianship Bond||Moscow Used Car Dealer Bond|
|Moscow Bid Bond||Moscow Subdivision Bond|
|Moscow Supersedeas Bond||Moscow Home Health Care Bond|
|Moscow Non Resident Cost Bond||Moscow Promoter Bond|
|Moscow Pawnbroker Bond||Moscow Labor Bond|
|Moscow Janitorial Service Bond||Moscow Payment Bond|
|Moscow Medicaid Provider Bond||Moscow Off Site Improvement Bond|
|Moscow Warranty Bond||Moscow DMV Driving School Bond|
|Moscow Utility Bond||Moscow Title Agency Bond|
|Moscow Lost Deed Bond||Moscow Employee Theft Bond|
|Moscow Insurance Broker Bond||Moscow Lost Title Bond|
|Moscow Performance Bond||Moscow Auctioneer Bond|
|Moscow Lost Instrument Bond||Moscow Supply Bond|
|Moscow Travel Agency Bond||Moscow DMEPOS (Medicare) Bond|
|Moscow Appraisal Company Bond||Moscow Lottery Bond|
|Moscow Emissions Station Bond|