It’ll be quicker than you think when you purchase a 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. It’s so simple to call 800-314-7003. Few are better than us at providing surety bonds as quickly. Call the Wailuku Surety Bond Pros at 800-314-7003!
Call 800-314-7003! Explain what a surety bond is, please. We’d be delighted, because we get this request all the time. Think of a surety bond as a three way agreement. One is the party asking for a task to be completed (obligee), the second is the party being asked to complete it (principal), the third is the surety company who provides the bond. The obligee needs to be guaranteed that the principal will fulfill some promise, as in the case of the retailer that collects sales tax. If the retailer does not deliver on the deposits he has committed to, the department of taxation, the obligee, will make a claim on the bond. If the surety believes the department of taxation’s claim is valid, it will pay the claim and require the principal pay back the surety. Pro Surety Bond has over 25 years of combined experience in the surety bond industry, finding great rates on surety bond for all its clients, good credit or bad. Call 800-314-7003!
If you are bidding on public projects for the City of Wailuku 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.
Wailuku, Hawaii, population 15,000, is a community in and the county seat of Maui County on the island of Maui. Wailuku has a number of interesting sites that are a relief from the beach and sun, like the Ka’ahumana Church, requested in 1823 but only established in 1876, by convert Queen Ka’ahumana, who simply wanted a church named after her. The name is a bit unusual because there is no tradition in Christianity or any other religion presumably of naming buildings of worship after living people, or anyone who isn’t a saint. In any event, the church remains in service, with hymns and invocation in the Hawaiian language. Wailuku is also the home of the Wailuku Civic Center Historic District, which counting only four buildings is not the largest historic center in the world, but they do make the area distinct.
The Office of Economic Development is the organization established to promote the economic well-being of the community through partnerships with the community businesses to create a more diversified economy through introduction of new business interests and outside investors, and helping existing businesses improve their methods to make them more competitive for the 21st century. Measures include innovations in alternate forms of ownership and utility business models, as well as explorations of the appropriate actions that should be taken to changing the utility environment. Also in the words are enterprise zones, which exist to draw diversified business interests to the area. Participants can expect tax and utility benefits. To be eligibly businesses must be actively engaged in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, information technology, biotechnology, food processing, call centers, technical support and a variety of others. Call the Wailuku Surety Bond Pros Today at 800-314-7003!
How did surety bonds get started? Surety bonds have been around since ancient times, going back to the Mesopotamian kingdom of Sumer and the sea faring Phoenicians. If you are a contractor in need of a performance bond, you might find it interesting to know that the earliest performance bond dates back to about 3500 BCE in Sumer, in which merchant had offered his daughter to a merchant in India. The family could not accompany her to India and had to send her with a caravan, whose driver had to take out a surety bond to guarantee that she would make it to India safe and sound.
What is the difference between a bank letter of credit and a surety bond? Letters of credit are, in essence, a substitute for a bank’s credit. It is commitment by the bank to a third party that it will promise to pay a demand for payment. Banks may issue a standby letter of credit that will guarantee performance on a project, and so they sound a lot like a surety bond. However, sureties offer payment on an unsecured basis, usually only with a credit check, whereas a letter of credit is backed up by some liquid assets. 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.
|Wailuku Material Bond||Wailuku Fidelity Bond|
|Wailuku Supply Bond||Wailuku Subdivision Bond|
|Wailuku Replevin Bond||Wailuku Supersedeas Bond|
|Wailuku Guardianship Bond||Wailuku Public Official Bond|
|Wailuku Credit Services Organization Bond||Wailuku Honesty Bond|
|Wailuku Promoter Bond||Wailuku Used Car Dealer Bond|
|Wailuku Insurance Broker Bond||Wailuku Talent Agency Bond|
|Wailuku Medicaid Provider Bond||Wailuku Off Site Improvement Bond|
|Wailuku Business Service Bond||Wailuku Lost Instrument Bond|
|Wailuku Contractor’s License Bond||Wailuku Health Club Bond|
|Wailuku Home Health Care Bond||Wailuku Payment Bond|
|Wailuku Auto Dealer Bond||Wailuku Utility Bond|
|Wailuku Credit Repair Bonds||Wailuku Collection Agency Bond|
|Wailuku Emissions Station Bond||Wailuku Race & Sports Book Bond|
|Wailuku Lost Title Bond||Wailuku Pharmacy Wholesaler Bond|
|Wailuku Wage and Welfare Bond||Wailuku Title Agency Bond|
|Wailuku Mortgage Lender Bond||Wailuku ERISA Bond|
|Wailuku Non Resident Cost Bond||Wailuku DMEPOS (Medicare) Bond|
|Wailuku Appeal Bond||Wailuku Release of Lien Bond|
|Wailuku Third Party Administrator Bond||Wailuku Executor Bond|
|Wailuku Pawnbroker Bond||Wailuku Sales Tax Bond|
|Wailuku Mortgage Broker Bond||Wailuku Notary Bond|
|Wailuku Auctioneer Bond||Wailuku Garage Bond|
|Wailuku Labor Bond||Wailuku Warranty Bond|
|Wailuku Cost Bond||Wailuku Injunction Bond|
|Wailuku Bid Bond||Wailuku Lottery Bond|
|Wailuku Freight Broker Bond - BMC-84||Wailuku Janitorial Service Bond|
|Wailuku Appraisal Company Bond||Wailuku Telemarketer Bond|
|Wailuku Performance Bond||Wailuku Sheriffs Indemnity Bond|
|Wailuku DMV Driving School Bond||Wailuku Employee Theft Bond|
|Wailuku Lost Deed Bond||Wailuku Process Server Bond|
|Wailuku Travel Agency Bond|