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Learn More About Private Investigator Bonds
Arizona, Delaware, Maine, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming require process servers to file surety bonds as part of their professional licensing process. These bonds are required to ensure that principals (private detectives) comply with all relevant provisions, rules, and regulations. If the principal does not conduct business in a lawful manner, they will be held responsible for compensating the surety for any damages covered. The following are a few examples of the principal’s responsibilities as a private investigator:
- Maintain professionalism in business relationships
- Cooperate with other criminal justice agencies
- Apply equitable standards when recruiting employees
How much will my private investigator bond cost?
All private investigator bonds currently offered by SuretyBonds.com can be issued instantly for a flat rate to all clients in any state without any underwriting. Each state sets its own process server bond amount, so your exact cost will vary depending on the state requiring the bond. Premiums start at just $50 to $100 annually, depending on the state.
SuretyBonds.com works with more than 25 exclusive markets to be sure our clients always have access the industry's lowest available rates.
How do I purchase a private investigator bond?
SuretyBonds.com provides every client with a fast, easy, and accurate surety bond process.
- Step 1: Call us at 1 (800) 308-4358 between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Mondays through Fridays. Your surety specialist will help you apply for your bond.
- Step 2: Pay for your bond. We offer quick, easy, and convenient payment options.
- Step 3: Receive your bond. Depending on the state you're in, we will either mail you a physical copy via your preferred shipping method or instantly e-mail you a digital copy
How fast can I get my bond?
Whether you're in Arizona, New York, or somewhere in between, you can expect a same-day document issuance once you've submitted payment for your surety bond. You'll receive a digital document set via e-mail once it's been issued.
Some states require physical process server bond document sets with wet, original signatures and raised seals, in which case we'll ship a package to you according to your delivery preferences. We always offer overnight shipping to expedite physical document delivery.