The West Virginia wage payment collection surety bond is required of employers who are engaged in:
There is no preset surety bond amount. Instead, the Division of Labor will tell you the amount of surety bond you are required to furnish. You, in turn, will provide us with that amount when you call.
Qualifying for the West Virginia wage payment collection bond involves the following:
To be approved, you will need to have good credit and the rate will be 2% of the surety bond amount required.
Once the bond has been approved and the premium paid, our agency issues the bond to you immediately. We will have the bond notarized as Surety, and upon your receipt, you will have it notarized as Principal. Along with the bond documents will be the Power of Attorney form which you’ll also file.
The filing of your completed surety bond is to:
West Virginia Division of Labor
Building 6, Room B-749
Charleston, West Virginia 25305
At 2% of the bond amount required, your wage payment surety bond is active for one year from the date of issuance. Thereafter, the bond renews.
Whether or not your bond amount will vary from year to year will be known by you and the Division of Labor, not our agency. However, the option exists to prepay your surety bond for up to 3 years, thereby offering you a savings over annual renewals.
You should keep in mind, however, that the prepayment option “works” best if the surety bond amount is the same. If it is not, then it is better to pay your bond annually, as the amount of surety required in subsequent years may be different.
For the industry it covers, the purpose of this surety bond requirement is to ensure that you observe all laws in the payment of wages and fringe benefits.
More specifically, the bond is a guarantee of your compliance with the Wage Payment and Collection Act.
AmeriPro Surety Bonds is a surety bonds-only agency. We provide wage payment surety bonds anywhere in the country where it is required.
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