The Arizona Telephone Solicitation Surety Bond is required by the State of Arizona. A telephone solicitation surety bond helps ensure that the telemarketing company will not violate “Do Not Call” laws and regulations within the state. The bond amount required for this bond is $100,000.
What is the Purpose of an Arizona Telephone Solicitation Surety Bond?
The Arizona Revised Statutes defines telephone solicitation as any voice communication from a live operator, announcing device or otherwise that offers merchandise for sale or rent and that is to or from a person located in this state. The ARS also requires that all sellers must first have a registration statement from the secretary of state before he or she can solicit in the state.
The applicant must give pertinent information such as the names, addresses of the solicitor, etc. Another very important requirement is the Telephone Solicitation Bond. The bond amount is set at $100,000 and must be executed by a surety company licensed to do business in Arizona. This surety bond protects the consumer if ever they suffer from financial injury as a result of the solicitor not following the rules and regulations of the state.
How can I get an Arizona Telephone Solicitation Surety Bond?
Surety Solutions Insurance Services, Inc has been in the business of issuing surety bonds since 2003, and we are licensed to do so in all 50 states, and we are also rated A+ by Better Business Bureau. We have made the process for getting a surety bond simple and easy,
Just fill out our online application form, and within one business day, one of our licensed agents will contact you with a firm quote. You then pay the bond, sign some paperwork, and your bond will be mailed to you via USPS priority mail. You can also choose overnight delivery if you want to get it sooner, but you need to pay an additional fee.
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