The Alabama Securities Commission is responsible for the oversight, licensing, consumer protection, auditing and enforcement of the Sale of Checks Act which includes Sale of Checks service provider and Money Transmitters. The Code of Alabama 1975, 8-7-3 through 9 ensures that any person that provides services for a fee and are in the business to issue, sell or dispense of checks or receive money for the purpose of paying bills, invoices or other accounts, and transmission of funds must first obtain a license.
The premium that you pay for an Alabama Sale of Checks or Money Transmitter Surety Bond is dependent credit and the bond amount required.
Each location business location the applicant owns for the purpose of selling checks requires a separate bond.
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