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Get Approved for The Florida Used Car Dealer Surety Bond With American Surety Bonds Agency

Atlanta 5/08/2017 02:00 PM GMT (WooEB)

Used car dealers in Florida are required by the State of Florida to get a used car dealer surety bond. This bond was due on May 1, 2017 and is valid until April 30, 2018, and is a $25,000. If you missed the deadline, we can still get you approved today for the bond that you need. And, new used car dealerships that opened for business after May 1, 2017 can get the Florida used car dealer surety bond that they need as well. Give us a call today and get approved today when you work with American Surety Bonds Agency.

Our underwriters have many years of experience and the guidelines that we follow for getting you approved is based on your credit history, the bond amount, which in this case is $25,000, the business and personal net worth and length of time in business.

In many cases, you may have damaged credit, hurt credit, lack of credit history, or other circumstances that could hurt your chances of being approved. However, we work with every type of credit and can get you approved today.

We have a 5 tiered program that starts at less than 1% of the total bond amount and have competitive rates for all applicants. Even if you do have those credit issues, we can still help. Apply online today by filling out the used car dealer surety bond application or give us a call.

Speak with our underwriters today by calling (404) 486-2355. We are an Atlanta based surety bond agency and can help your Florida used car dealer get approved for the Florida state required used car dealer surety bond. Give us a call today at (404) 486-2355 to start your application.

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