Missouri Liquor Surety Bond

We write Liquor Bonds in Missouri.
Bond amount varies. Our GOOD CREDIT rate is 1%.

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Missouri Liquor Bonds are required by the Missouri Department of Public Safety Division of Liquor Control. The required bond amount is set by the Obligee.

Most applicants with good credit will qualify for rate indicated. In order to receive your specific quote, we must review your qualifications to determine the lowest possible price. If you have already been declined or nonrenewed by another Surety Company, chances are you will not qualify for this preferred rate.

We have various sureties willing to write bonds for applicants with less than perfect credit, including a special program with very competitive prices for those with just a few credit blemishes.

We find the best possible price for your surety bond given your particular qualifications.

Additional information about this corporate surety bond requirement is as follows:

Obligee - Missouri Department of Public Safety Division of Liquor Control
Bond Amount - Set by the Obligee
Bond Premium - Varies
Renewal Document - Renewal Bond required.

Preview Bond Form

Click on the No Obligation Quote button to complete our simple, one-page online bonding application. Completing the following application allows the underwriters at BondAbility to provide you with a specific quote for the exact bond you need. After you submit our online application, we will respond with your personalized quote within the hour!

I am an ...

Most Obligee's require that the name on the Bond EXACTLY match your license or license application.
Type of Entity
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Additional Documents

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