FPL | Using an Unconditional Guarantee / Guarantor Contract.
 

Using an Unconditional Guarantee / Guarantor Contract

Please refer to these guidelines when submitting an Unconditional Guarantee / Guarantor Contract.

 

Unconditional Guarantee / Guarantor Guidelines

1

The contract is not acceptable if it includes any alterations (i.e., information changed by means of whiteout, erasures, etc.).

2

The Guarantor must sign his or her name exactly as it appears on the contract.

3

If the Guarantee or Guarantor has a legal name change, legal documentation is required. However, a new contract is not required.

4

If the Guarantor moves within our service territory, a new contract is not required.

5

If the Guarantee moves within our service territory, a new contract is required. The Unconditional Guarantee contract cannot be transferred.

6

The contract cannot be faxed; it must be an original document with original signatures.

7

A Guarantee or Guarantor may cancel a contract at any time with 30 days written notice to FPL. The Guarantee is billed a cash deposit due within 30 days; and the Guarantor is only responsible for charges incurred up to the terminated date of the contract.

8

FPL may terminate the contract at any time if the Guarantor no longer qualifies with a 30 days written notice.

9

After 23 months of continuous service, Guarantees meeting the prompt pay criteria are automatically removed from the GG program and will have their deposit waived because of prompt payment.