You purchased a bond a year ago (or maybe 2 or 3 years ago)…and now you are receiving calls and emails from Surety1 and you’ve even received an invoice in the mail….saying something about renewal of your bond, and you might be thinking, what are they talking about?
Perhaps you’ve forgotten why you even purchased a bond in the first place. Chances are, there was an agency requiring your bond…and chances are, they are still requiring your bond. So, what do you do now?
Well, the first thing to do would be to verify that you still need your bond. If you no longer need it, give us a call, and we will have your bond cancelled at the renewal date.
If you do still need it, there are multiple ways you can make your renewal payment. One, you can call us and pay by credit card (Visa, American Express, Discover, or Mastercard) over the phone. You can also pay by a credit card through our online system–just go to “Pay For My Bond” tab on the main page. Lastly, you can mail in a check to Surety1, and we will process your renewal payment once we receive it. In all cases, it is best to know your Bond Number, so that we can easily find your bond.
Our best advice would be to contact us as soon as you receive your renewal invoice in the mail (we send these out 30 days before your renewal date, so if you haven’t received one by then, give us a call–you may need to update your mailing address with us!). You can then let us know if you want to renew your bond or not.
If you have any questions about your renewal, feel free to call us here at the office, and we will definitely be able to help you!