The State of Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance, Division of Regulatory Boards is responsible for the credit services business industry. This includes protecting the public by insuring that Credit Services Businesses properly conduct business and ensure registration requirements are met. The Tennessee Code Annotated Title 47 Chapter 18 defines the requirements for registration of a credit service business. A credit service business provides services in return for payment to improve a consumer credit report, history or rating, and/or obtain credit extension for the consumer, and can provide advice or assistance to the consumer in regards to credit reports and credit extensions.
The premium that you pay for a Tennessee Credit Services Business Surety Bond is dependent on credit.
Credit services business must have a minimum of $100,000 errors and omission coverage.
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