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Shipping Terms Glossary: Customs Bond

A Customs bond is a financial guarantee filed between three parties: the principal, the insurance/surety agent, and U.S. Customs. The bond’s purpose is to make sure that all duties, taxes, and fees owed to the federal government will be taken care of. 

 

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