Contractors file surety bonds with obligees to guarantee performance. A growing number of obligees now accept surety bonds electronically.
SurePath supports creating electronic bonds for submission to obligees. SurePath receives input from the agent/contractor and provides output (bond verification) to the obligee. Active SurePath ebonding obligees.
Several parties are involved in the electronic bond submission process: the contractor, the obligee and the surety agent each with its own requirements and tools. This ebond infographic provides an overview of how the SurePath Network works with various parties in the eBond process.
If you are already a SurePath eBonding user, click here to begin the process
To register for eBonding, contact us for more information: firstname.lastname@example.org