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Ohio Money Transmitter Bond

How much does a money transmitter bond cost in Ohio?

The Ohio Superintendent of Financial Institutions requires money transmitters to post surety bonds in order to legally conduct business within the state. Prior to reaching out to a surety specialist, applicants should contact the state to determine the exact bond premium that they need to post. The bond amount for money transmitters in Ohio are $300,000.

Money transmitter bonds are subject to underwriting, meaning an evaluation of your financials will be necessary to determine your exact premium. The experts at SuretyBonds.com make the bonding process fast and easy for all applicants.

Bond Type Bond Amount Cost*
$300,000 Money Transmitter Bond $300,000 Starts at $4,500 Apply Now
*The bond premium rate quotes provided to you through this website are for pricing comparisons and quotation estimate purposes only. The bond rate quotes provided are based on general assumptions that may or may not be applicable to you and are subject to change at any time. These rate quotes do not constitute an offer of insurance, nor is any contract, agreement, or bond coverage implied, formed or bound by the provision of rate quotes. Bondability, final bond premium rate quotes and an offer of insurance, if any, will be determined by the insurance company providing your bond. You must contact us directly to obtain a quote for binding purposes.

If you’re ready to work personally with a team of bonding experts, call SuretyBonds.com at 1 (800) 308-4358 or request a bond quote. We can typically provide your free, no-obligation bond quote within 1 business day of applying.

Why do I need this bond?

Ohio money transmitter bonds ensure that principals (money transmitters) conduct services while remaining in compliance with Chapter 1315 of the Ohio Revised Code Annotated and all other laws applicable to the business of money transmission. If the principal conducts business in a dishonest manner, consumers will not be held responsible for financial damages that they did not commit themselves. Under the conditions of this bond, principals must do the following in order to remain in compliance with state regulations:

  • have a minimum net worth of $500,000
  • be a legally established business entity within the state
  • allow the superintendent to make any necessary examinations
  • conduct business in a safe and sound manner
  • not have any suspended payments

If the principal violates any provisions of the bond, the surety will cover all damages up to the penal sum of the bond. The principal must then reimburse the surety in a timely manner.

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How to become a money transmitter in Ohio

To become a licensed money transmitter in Ohio, applicants must provide the following information on the license application:

In addition, applicants must submit a nonrefundable filing and investigation fee.

Take the first step toward becoming licensed in Ohio by purchasing the surety bond you need quickly, easily and accurately!

Additional Resources

Money Transmitter Surety Bond Form

Chapter 1315: Transmitters of Money; Check-Cashing Businesses

Ohio Revised Code - 1315.07 Satisfactory Security Device Maintained

Department of Commerce - Application for a Money Transmitter License