Athlete Agent Financial Services Bond

Credit Based. Price depends on bond amount, starting at $1,000.

What is an Athlete Agent Financial Services Bond?

Athlete Agent Financial Services bonds, similar to Athlete Agent or Sports Agent surety bonds, are retained in the state of Texas to ensure that athlete agents adhere to Texas state codes and regulations for their profession. This includes offering incentives to athletes. Agents in Texas must perform all obligations, duties, and responsibilities related to their work and honor the contracts they enter. If they do not, they are required to pay damages to the athlete and/or institution they represent. The bond is designed to both protect athletes and prevent unethical and unlawful practices.

Purchasing Your Athlete Agent Financial Services Bond

1. Click the Buy Now button.
2. Fill out the easy bond form.
3. Confirm your order and select how you would like your bond documents delivered. Email or regular mail.
4. Pay for your bond.
5. If you chose to have your documents emailed, you will receive them within minutes.

It’s that simple and fast!

Pricing & Terms

Credit Based. Price depends on bond amount, starting at $1,000.

Surety bond costs are a percentage of the full bond amount, which is usually determined by your personal credit. Providing industry experience, strong personal credit, and business/personal financials will help lower your bond rate. Reach out for a quote today.

Bond Purchase Process

1. Find Your Bond

Athlete Agent Financial Services Bond

2. Secure Pricing


3. Buy Online

Frequently Asked Questions

You must fulfill the terms of the bond obligations, which vary immensely depending on bond type. Where you obtain your surety bond is important when it comes to understanding claims and avoiding them entirely. If you have any questions about what your bond does or doesn’t guarantee, reach out to our experts to help guide you along the way.

It’s a legally binding contract that you must sign to obtain a surety bond. The agreement guarantees that if you cause bond claims you will pay them in full.

For the most part, yes. Bad credit can increase rates for license and permit bonds and most can also get approved for fidelity bonds regardless of credit. For contract bonds, larger contractors with poor credit can be approved with strong CPA-prepared business financials.

Our Customers

Looking to Get Started or Have Questions?

The bonding process can be confusing and cumbersome. Our surety bond experts are standing by and ready to answer any questions. Let’s get you bonded today!