Eric Weisbrot

Eric Weisbrot

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122 weeks ago @ Surety Bond Blog | JW ... - 5 Easy Steps to Gettin... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hey Megan,

You'll need/receive an MC# when you register as a freight broker with the FMCSA.

123 weeks ago @ Surety Bond Blog | JW ... - 3 Reasons You Should B... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hey Indy,

My first piece of advice is to download and read our Freight Broker Starter Kit that you'll find at the bottom of this blog post. It covers a lot of information that you may be looking for. My email is eric@jwsuretybonds.com.

123 weeks ago @ Surety Bond Blog | JW ... - How to Become a Great ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks RJ!

123 weeks ago @ Surety Bond Blog | JW ... - All You Need to Know A... · 0 replies · +1 points

I'm happy you found it useful!

124 weeks ago @ Surety Bond Blog | JW ... - The Miller Act & What ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hey Jim,

As mentioned above, "the premium on the top of the performance bond?" refers to the fact that some bond forms require the premium to be listed on the bond. Not many require this, but it’s purpose is to disclose what the contractor paid for the bond so they cannot mark it up in the cost to the end recipient of the bond.

125 weeks ago @ Surety Bond Blog | JW ... - The Arizona Motor Vehi... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hey Saul,

The license processing time will vary from state to state, but it usually takes at least 2-3 weeks.

Getting your auto dealer bond is much faster. You can apply for your bond on our website and get approved instantly.

126 weeks ago @ Surety Bond Blog | JW ... - 3 Reasons You Should B... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hey Mahran,

You'll want to consider taking some freight broker classes. Take a look at our list of freight broker training schools here: http://www.jwsuretybonds.com/blog/top-freight-bro...

128 weeks ago @ Surety Bond Blog | JW ... - How to Get Your Illino... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hey Raul,

It will depend on your state, but it's usually in the $100 range.

135 weeks ago @ Surety Bond Blog | JW ... - The Miller Act & What ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Hey Pam,

“Performing well” is a subjective term. Ultimately, it depends if the sub was terminated from the sub-contract or not for lack of performance. If the contractor was not terminated, however the job simply completed late, then the subcontractor may be subject to the liquidated damages provision which would eat into their profit. Only when a subcontractor has been terminated are they unable to get additional payments from the owner.

139 weeks ago @ Surety Bond Blog | JW ... - 3 Reasons You Should B... · 0 replies · +2 points

Sure Justin...I'll email you it now.