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by Roanoke
As of 2/5/2015, CeBondBP reported 1,188 activity code 1 electronic Single Transaction Bonds (“eSTBs”) accepted in ACE. Of those bond...

by Roanoke
eBond deployed successfully on January 4, 2015. While the system is working efficiently, there are a few loose ends and issues that have arisen. For the next several weeks, the eBond Working Group[1] meets to discuss the issues and address solutions. We will keep you updated on any new developments. How do I know which STB filing method to choose?...

by Roanoke
CBP has confirmed that emailing of bond images will not be necessary for any ISF single transaction bond (“Appendix D Bond”) filed as an eBond. That means that for any ISF STB that you create in FastBond™, the process has just become easier for you. Because the ISF number must still be included on an ISF STB, there remain two steps to create the bond. As before, you first enter the basic bon...

by Roanoke
On Sunday, Roanoke was one of the first sureties to submit an eBond through FastBond™! We now welcome you to use FastBond™ to process your first-ever eBond! Key points for getting started: Read the latest CBP Policies and Procedures for e...

by Roanoke
To assist the trade in following the new eBond rules to take effect on January 3, 2015, Roanoke has compiled a flyer to clear up the confusion.  As an advocate for the international trade community, Roanoke strives to keep eBond simplified!

by Roanoke
Check out CBP’s new eBond page on its website!  This new section contains a variety of resources, including FAQs, ACE news, events and activities and, soon, updated general polices & procedures to filing bonds.

by Roanoke
The Customs Surety Executive Committee (CSEC) has released an updated version of the eBond Implementation Guide.  ABI software developers should follow this guide when a customs broker ...

by Roanoke
Roanoke, as member of the National Association of Surety Bond Producers (NASBP), represents NASBP on the Customs Surety Executive Committee (CSEC). Members of CSEC collaborated to compile an FAQ and related documents at the request of the National Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Association (NCBFAA). This 

by Roanoke
Nearly 30 years ago, Roanoke was one of the first in the industry to suggest an electronic customs bond (eBond). Over the last several years, we have worked long and hard alongside with Customs and Border Protection (CPB), customs brokers, software vendors and other sureties to develop the concept of eBond. The first day of eBond data transmission testing opened on September 3rd with CBP, and w...

by Roanoke
Roanoke is reaching out to our customs broker clients regarding the data transmission options available to proceed with eBond. By viewing the below communication, you will learn about the additional background information on eBond. Please have our survey