The State of Nevada, Department of Business and Industry, Financial Institutions Division, otherwise known as the FID, regulates and administers the Money Transmitter or Payment of Money program and has oversight of the licensing, as well as handling of auditing and consumer complaints.The Nevada Revised Statutes Chapter 671 defines the regulations, license, and application requirements for issuers of instruments for transmissions or payment of money.
The premium that you pay for an Nevada Money Transmitter Surety Bond is dependent on credit and the bond amount required. Our rates start at 1.5% with good credit. Personal and business financial statements will be required for the underwriting process if the bond amount is more than $50,000. Contact our Surety Bond Specialists for a free quote that fits your specific situation.
A Nevada money transmitter licenses must be renewed prior to July 1 of each year.
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