Wisconsin Warehouse Bond | Surety Bond
Type of BondWisconsin Warehouse Bond is required by The Wisconsin Department Of Agriculture Trade & Consumer Protection to comply with the State licensing requirements. Each state has drafted their own Warehouse Bond Form, so you will need a different Warehouse bond for each state you will be transacting business in.
This may be a problem for other agencies, but not ours. Our Agency is licensed in all 50 States and can handle all Surety Bonds.
Program: Our agency currently has several specialty programs that can help you place your $10,000 Wisconsin Warehouse Bond.
Wisconsin Warehouse bonds are an extension of credit, like a loan your rate will be based upon your credit situation. Most surety agencies will decline your bond submission if you don't have a 700 credit score, but our company is different. We can help you in almost any credit or financial situation. Our rates start at 1% to 3% for most surety bonds. If your credit has taken a beating the rates start at 4% to 25% .
Always check with the Wisconsin Department Of Agriculture Trade & Consumer Protection "Obligee" for details
Our application process for a $10,000 Warehouse bond is easy. You can either apply online or fill out a pdf application at your leisure.
The Wisconsin Warehouse Bond amount is currently set at $10,000.
Obligee InformationAn obligee is the entity that is requiring you to have the Warehouse bond.
For your convenience you can view a sample copy of the Wisconsin Warehouse Bond Form
Obligee address:Obligee: Wisconsin Department Of Agriculture Trade & Consumer Protection Street: 2811 Agriculture Drive Po Box 8911 State: WI Zip: 53708
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