North Carolina Collection Agency
The North Carolina Collection Agency is a $75,000.00 bond.
This bond is available in 1 year term.
The Collection Agency Bond protects the debtors and indicates that the company has been approved by the state to offer ethical and professional services. This bond also gives the client a plan of action should the collection agency do anything illegal or unethical that affects that client in a negative way. If the claim is determined to be valid, the surety must pay reparation up the bond's full amount. The surety will then require reimbursement from the collection agency.
Ashton Agency has a 99% approval rate and offers the $75,000 collection agency bond for North Carolina license holders at some of the most competitive rates available. Let us save you money!
Who needs the collection agency bond?
In the State of North Carolina, collection agencies are required to obtain a separate bond and license for each business location (including any branch offices) in order to be in compliance with section 58-70-01 et seq. of the North Carolina General Statutes.
All North Carolina collection agency bonds expire on June 30th annually.
What is the collection agency bond?
The collection agency bond protects the party requesting the surety bond, the Obligee, against any financial losses as a result of poor financial choices, damages, unethical decisions, or a failure to adhere to state and local laws on the part of you, the Principal. By obtaining your bond, you are telling the Obligee that you can be trusted and that you stand by your business decisions.
The North Carolina collection agency bond is also known as: third-party debt collector bond, debt collector bond, consumer collection agency bond, and foreign agency bond.
What else do I need to obtain or renew my license?
Collection agencies incorporated outside of North Carolina but in the United States are considered "foreign" licensees and must file two $75,000 bonds: one with the Department of Insurance, the other with the State of North Carolina.
The North Carolina Department of Insurance also requires applicants to submit the following documents with their application:
- Board Resolution/Owner Authorization to apply for a NC collection agency license
- Personal Questionnaires (Form DOI-5CA) for all owners, governing members, and officers
- Corporate Formation Documents
- Certificate of Authority from NC Secretary of State (foreign applicants only)
- Detailed Method of Collections
- Samples of Correspondence to Debtors
- Trust Account Bank Statement
- Corporate Balance Sheet
Not sure what else you might need to get licensed or renewed? Check out the requirements here!
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Only Ashton Agency can provide you with:
- The lowest price for your collection agency bond.
- Quickest turnaround time.
- The ability to meet or beat any competitor's pricing.
Many companies offer the North Carolina collection agency bond, but by contacting the Ashton Agency, you can be sure you'll be getting the best price available, not to mention our stellar customer service and insider knowledge of the industry. We've been helping dealers get bonded for more than 45 years. Let us put that experience to work for you today!
Call us now at (800) 451-4854 for a free quote and we will contact you within 24 hours. We can assist you over the phone to ensure you receive your bond quickly and easily!
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