bONdLINE® – Bonds as easy as 1-2-3. Simply Point, Click & Print!
What is bONdLINE®?
CNA Surety's bONdLINE® system is a free, web-based application that automates and streamlines the issuance and reporting of surety, fidelity and contract bonds. bONdLINE® provides direct access to an extensive library of bond forms, offers single-screen data entry, and quickly produces high-quality bond forms direct from your printer. In addition, the bond data is automatically reported to our company.
How does bONdLINE® work? Will a bond print every time? What authority does an agent have to issue bonds?
bONdLINE® is designed to issue small, transactional surety, fidelity, and contract bonds with limited underwriting information. When an agent is given access, they are also provided with bond-issuing authority online. The application verifies the necessary bond data is completed on the online application and the bond penalty is within the agent's authority. If the data and authority are complete, a fully executed bond is returned to the agent within seconds.
If the agent is requesting a bond for a penalty amount that exceeds their bond-issuing authority, the bond data will route to CNA Surety's Underwriting Department.
» If the bond is approved, you will be notified by email and will be able to print the bond in your office.
» If the bond is declined, a message is sent to the agent.
» If we are not able to electronically print the required bond, the bond is issued from one of the CNA Surety locations and sent to you by email so you may print it.
For helpful tips on navigating bONdLINE®, view the bONdLINE® Quick Reference Guide.
Can I pay for my bond electronically through bONdLINE®?
Premiums for bonds/policies issued through bONdLINE® can be paid electronically through ePay once the bond has been approved and printed. After accepting the initial ePay Agency Agreement, your Agency can make payments electronically on the customer’s behalf.
How do I get started?
Contact us today at 800-655-3551 or firstname.lastname@example.org to start the enrollment process.