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Michigan Collection Agency Bond

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How much does a collection agency bond cost in Michigan?

The amount of bond coverage needed for a collection agency in Michigan is based on the balance of all debts the principal (collection agency) collected in the previous year. Applicants entering their first year of business must post a surety bond in the amount of $5,000 since they have no previous collection balances.

The cost of this specific bond is typically credit based; however, collection agencies in their first year can purchase their bond for just $100 when they work with SuretyBonds.com. The amount an established collection agency will pay for their surety bond is subject to underwriting. Fill out a bond request to get a free surety bond quote by the end of the business day!

Bond Type Bond Amount Cost
$5,000 Collection Agency Bond First-year companies $5,000 $100
$10,000 Collection Agency Bond Reposession Companies $10,000 $100
$10,000+ Collection Agency Bond Established companies $10,000+ Starts at $100 GET A QUOTE

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Why do I need this bond?

According to Section 339.901 of the State of Michigan Legislature, a collection agency includes a person representing himself or herself as a collection agent or a person acting on behalf of a collection agency.

Michigan collection agency surety bonds hold the principal (collection agency) accountable for the reporting of accurate records of the accounts that he or she is collecting on. This specific bond also guarantees that collection agencies will not divert collected debt payments to unauthorized accounts or misuse any monies they have acquired for their clients. This bond also ensures that collection agencies will not engage in any activities associated with debt management companies or real estate brokers.

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What’s the fine print?

Michigan collection agency surety bonds are continuous in nature. The surety company must provide the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs with 30 days’ notice prior to cancellation.

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What do I need to do first?

Depending upon the structure of the collection agency, you will need to furnish the following documentation.

For in-state agencies:

For partnerships:

For corporations and limited liability companies:

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How to become a collection agency in Michigan

According to Article 9, section 911 of the Occupational Code, Act 299 of 1980, all applicants must meet the following minimum criteria:

Each branch must furnish its own license for each separate physical location. All applicants must pass the aforementioned exam consisting of 50 multiple choice questions and proctored by PSI Exams. Additional information on the exam may be found on the PSI Exams website.

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Collection Agency Bonds Nationwide

Many collection agencies operate in multiple states, meaning they may be required to have multiple surety bonds. Get more information about other states’ collection agency bond requirements by selecting a state on the map below.

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Additional Resources

Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs: Collection Agencies

Michigan Collection Agency License Application

Michigan Occupational Code: Act 299 of 1980, Article 9