Protection from Theft & Dishonesty

Fidelity Bonds

As a business owner, even if you take every precaution possible to ensure the security of your business assets, theft and dishonesty can still happen. Without the right coverage, businesses can lose important data or experience major financial losses as a result of fraudulent activity.

A Fidelity Bond from Pyron Group can indemnify your company in the event of theft. Our coverage options range from the protection of businesses to the security of non-profit and professional organizations. With the right Fidelity Bond, you can cover your assets, including money, personal belongings, computer equipment, supplies, and more. Your business or organization can also cover any employees or volunteers.

Fidelity Bond Options

ERISA Bonds – for covering any claims that involve a violation of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA). This includes situations that range from imprudent investments to failure to enroll employees.

Employee Dishonesty Bonds – that cover fraudulent acts committed by employees on the property of your business, including theft and other violations.

Business Service Bonds
 – that protect against theft of a client’s or customer’s property on their premises as a result of your employee’s careless actions.
While there are other options available, it is important to discuss the needs pertaining to your business with a licensed professional. At Pyron Group, we can provide you with the proper protection to keep your assets secure.

 

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