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Wisconsin Surety Bonds

  • All types of Wisconsin surety bonds
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  • Bad credit program for high risk applicants
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Lance Surety Bonds has exclusive programs with the lowest rates for all Wisconsin surety bonds. Our agents will work alongside you to help you get the best possible premium, even if you have bad credit or a bumpy credit history. We partner only with America’s best reputed surety providers, guaranteeing your Wisconsin surety bond will be accepted by the state.

Read on to find out more about Wisconsin surety bonds, such as how much they cost, how they can be obtained and what to expect if you have bad credit.

Frequently Asked Questions

How Much Does a Surety Bond Cost in Wisconsin?

There are many different types of Wisconsin surety bonds and each of them has a different price. In general, surety bonds in Wisconsin fall under three main categories: license and permit bonds, contract bonds and court bonds.

The total bond amount will depend on the bond category, the type of bond and the size of your business among other factors. To get a Wisconsin surety bond you pay a premium, i.e. a certain percentage of the total bond amount. The premium is also dependant on several factors, such as the bond category and the applicant’s credit score. Often the applicant’s financial strength is also taken into account.

Applicants with good credit typically pay premiums of between 1% - 4%, whereas premiums can go up as high as 15% for an applicant with bad credit. For a more comprehensive explanation, check out our page called “What Does a Surety Bond Cost?

Can I Get a Wisconsin Surety Bond with Bad Credit?

There are many different types of Wisconsin surety bonds and each of them has a different price. In general, surety bonds in Wisconsin fall under three main categories: license and permit bonds, contract bonds and court bonds.

As we mentioned, bad credit can significantly elevate your surety bond premium. In some cases it can even prevent your from obtaining a bond altogether. This is the case when applying for contract bonds to do construction work on a public project.

All other type of Wisconsin surety bonds, however, can be obtained in most cases. Lance Surety bonds has an excellent bad credit surety bonds program, through which 99% of applicants can get bonded.

How Do I Get Bonded in Wisconsin?

Lance Surety Bonds offers a way for you to get any Wisconsin surety bond entirely online. This can save you a lot of time, which can be essential if the deadline for obtaining the bond is approaching.

Start by filling out the application form. You will receive a bond quote instantly along with instructions on how to proceed. If you encounter any difficulties, contact one of our surety agents at 877.514.5146.

Find Your Wisconsin Surety Bond

Agricultural (Non-Livestock) Bond Public Warehouse Keeper Bond WI Department of Agriculture Apply Now
Contractor License (No P&P Language) Bond Tree-Brush Trimmer Bond Risk Management Office-City of Green Bay Apply Now
Contractor License Performance & Payment (Local) Bond Plumber's Preformance Bond City of Milwaukee Apply Now
Contractor License Performance & Payment (State) Bond Dwelling Contractor-Restricted Certification Bond Wisconsin Department of Safety & Prof Services Apply Now
Collection Agency Bond Collection Agency Dept of Financial Institutions Apply Now
Debt Consolidators Bond Debt Management Dept of Financial Institutions Apply Now
Debt Consolidators Bond Credit Services Organization Dept. of Financial Institutions Apply Now
Professional Fund Raisers Bond Professional Fund Raisers Bond Dept of Safety & Professional Services Apply Now
Professional Fund Raisers Bond Fund-Raising Counsel Bond Department of Financial Institutions Apply Now
Professional Fund Raisers Bond Professional Fund Raisers (Non-Custodial) Bond Dept of Financial Insitutions Apply Now
Professional Fund Raisers Bond Professional Fund-Raiser (Custodial) Bond Dept of Financial Insitutions Apply Now
Insurance 3rd Party Administrator Bond Employee Benefit Plan Administrator Wisconsin Office of The Commissioner of Insurance Apply Now
Mortgage Broker (1st & 2nd Mortgages) Bond Mortgage Broker Dept of Financial Institutions Apply Now
Mortgage Lender/Banker (1st & 2nd Mort.) Bond Mortgage Banker State of Wisconsin, Dept of Financial Institution Apply Now
Small Loan Companies Bond Loan Company Bond State of Wisconsin, Dept of Financial Institutions Apply Now
Small Loan Companies Bond Payday Lender Bond Department. of Financial Institutions Apply Now
Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (New & Used) Bond Motor Vehicle Dealer Department of Transportation Apply Now
Auto & Mobile Home Dealers (Used Only, No New) Bond Motor Vehicle Dealer Department of Transportation Apply Now
Sport Permits Bond Boxing or Mixed Martail Arts Professional Club or Department of Regulation and Licensing Apply Now
Health Spas/Health Clubs Bond Fitness Center Dept of Agriculture/Trade and Consumer Protection Apply Now
Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond Wisconsin Department of Regulation & Licensing Department of Regulation & Licensing Apply Now
Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond 2nd Hand Dealer, Pawnbroker Bond City of Wausau Apply Now
Professional Licenses (All Other) Bond Licensed Pawnbrokers Bond City Clerk License Division Apply Now
Schools (All) Bond BARBERING & COSMETOLOGY SCHOOL OR SPECIALTY SCHOOL State of Wisconsin Department of Regulation and Li Apply Now
Schools (All) Bond Driver School Wisconsin Dept of Transportation Apply Now
Schools (All) Bond Private School WI Educational Approval Board Apply Now
Alcohol (Retailers) Bond Alcohol Bond Department of Revenue- Excise Tax Section 6-107 Apply Now
Sales, Use & Consumer Tax Bond Sales & Use Tax Wisconsin Dept of Revenue Apply Now
Utility Deposit Bond UTILITY GUARANTEE WE Energies Apply Now
Wages & Fringe Benefits Bond Wages & Fringe Benefit Bond (North Central States North Central States Regional Council of Carpenter Apply Now
Money Transmitter Bond Seller of Checks Bond Department of Financial Institutions Apply Now

Most Popular Surety Bonds in Wisconsin

Motor Vehicle Dealer Bond

Licensed new and used-car dealers need to maintain a $50,000 surety bond as long as they are in business.

Sales & Use Tax Permit Bond

Guarantees businesses will pay sales tax to the state on time and report their revenue correctly. Amounts vary based on business type and size.

Mortgage Broker Bond

Mortgage brokers have to post a $120,000 surety bond to obtain or renew their license. It makes sure they stay compliant with state regulations and do not defraud clients.

Alcohol Bond

A type of tax bond, alcohol bonds guarantee the state that liquor selling businesses pay taxes and adhere to the regulations of the Department of Revenue. Amounts vary based on volume of sales.

Collection Agency Bond

A $25,000 bond is required before collection agencies can obtain a license in Wisconsin in order to prevent fraud related to funds collected on behalf of their clients.

Health Club Bond

Set at $25,000, the bond guarantees health club members will not lose their money if the club closes down prematurely.

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