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Been in prison, told I could get bonded to get a job. How do I get it?

unemployed_personQ) I have been in prison and have gotten out recently and someone said I could get bonded so it could be easier to get a job I was wanting to know what I had to do to get this done thank you.

A) A bond guarantees payment for losses caused by failure to uphold a contract, perform work or dishonesty. The insurances industry deals in surety bonds. You can do a Google search and find lots of companies that issue bonds, or search the yellow pages. After finding the company and the type of bond that would work for you, give them a call and request an application.




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