The Texas Secretary of State requires the Texas Telephone Solicitation Bond for all those in the business of telephone solicitation. Telephone Solicitation, as defined in the Texas Telephone Solicitation Act, means a telephone call a seller or salesperson initiates to induce a person to purchase, rent, claim or receive an item.
All who are in this business must be registered and the Secretary of State requires a security deposit in the amount of $10,000. In lieu of an irrevocable letter or certificate of deposit, a surety bond issued by a company licensed in the state may suffice. The bond states that the bondholder shall conduct the business in accordance with the provisions of the Texas Business and Commerce Code. In order to properly register as a telephone solicitor, this bond must be on file with the Secretary of State. This bond must be continuous and remain valid, otherwise, registration renewal could be denied.
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