When someone buys something, they should get the product that were looking for. When you take a VCR home from a major retailer you should be guaranteed that it will work and that you should be completely satisfied with the options it gives you. The major retailer should be willing to be able to sign a surety bond which helps you retain some of your investment if it happens to not work well. This is particularly true and important when you buy a bulk of items. The bulk of items can cause you a large amount of debt if they do not work correctly because you are buying a significant number of those recorders.
Surety bonds are more commonly referenced in the construction industry however. The hiring of a contractor to build you a vacation home can be an important and expensive project. The contractor needs to be able to guarantee that they can get the project done by a certain date and that they can get it done by a certain date. Once they make this guarantee you should go out to get a surety bond and make this individual sign it. If the individual is unwilling to sign it or neglects the surety bond’s agreement once they have signed it, action needs to be taken.