You need to have at least one good bonding relationship, and that relationship should be with your surety broker. A good surety broker can effectively guide you through what could otherwise be an unwieldy and confusing process.
For companies where bonding is critical, you may also want your broker to help you foster a personal relationship with your surety company. In those cases, there is nothing like having a personal relationship with the decision maker is who contemplating whether or not to approve your bonds. You want to know the people who impact your bonding success.
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