In the state of South Carolina a Utility Deposit Bond is available, for South Carolina Electric & Gas Company, in lieu of making a cash deposit on a utility account. This Surety Bond states that the principal (applicant) has entered into a contract with the utility company and guarantees that the applicant will pay for one or more municipal utility services in a timely manner.
To learn more, please visit the South Carolina Electric & Gas Company website.
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