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Auctioneer Bonds

Auctioneer Bonds

Bonds for Auctioneers

Auctioneer bond information is free at NFP Surety. We offer auctioneer bonds and auction company bonds in all states where one is required.

The auction method of marketing can be an exciting, fast-paced option when selling property or personal belongings. An auctioneer may first need to attend an approved auction school, or may be required to serve a full year as an apprentice, or act as a bid caller in a number of auctions before applying for a license. There is usually a written and verbal examination prior to receiving a license.

Auctioneer Surety Bonds

The auctioneer surety bond or auction company surety bond is generally required by the state for the benefit of any persons damaged by the failure of the auctioneer or auction company to provide services while performing an auction, or by fraud, dishonesty, or misrepresentation of an auctioneer or auction company or its agents, representatives, or employees. The auction bond is often referred to as an auctioneers bond or auction company bond but may have different names in different states, counties and cities.

NFP Surety can assist you with a wide variety of bonding requirements. Our staff is familiar with the bond you need and will provide it affordably, and on the bond form that is required.  Some auctioneer bonds can actually be issued in very little time.  In fact, they can often be issued with a simple credit check, and a little bit of financial information.  Contact us today to learn how to easily get an auctioneer surety bond today.  Quotes are always free, and we’re happy to assist.

auctioneer bondsFeel free to email mlapre@nfp.com for information about the bond you need, or call (800) 863-3210. We look forward to being your go-to agency for all of your bonding needs.

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