The State of Alabama Securities Commission administers the Money Transmitter- Sales of Checks and debt management programs and has oversight of the licensing, as well as handling of consumer complaints and auditing. The Code of Alabama 1975, § 8¬-7-3, requires any person, that provides services for a fee or other consideration and is in the business of selling, issuing or otherwise dispensing of checks or receives money for the purpose of paying the customer’s bills, invoices, or account to first obtain a license.
The premium that you pay for an Alabama Money Transmitter Surety Bond is dependent on credit and the bond amount required. Business and personal financial statements are required for underwriting.
A money transmitter in license in Alabama must expires March 31 of each year.
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