One of the first things you’ll learn when you contact us is that we only charge 10% of the bail bond you require. That means that if the judge said you were required to pay $100,000, we will only charge you a $10,000 fee.
We understand that most people don’t have a spare $10,000 in their account ready to be used to secure a bail bond. That’s why we offer zero-down bail bond payments.
There are three benefits to our zero-down bail bonds program.
You Can Get Out of Jail Right Away
We won’t stop you if you want to put something down on your bail bond payment. The amount you use will either reduce the size of your regular payments or will decrease the number of payments you ultimately have to make. However, you’re not required to do so. One of the benefits of our zero-down payment program is that you can be released from jail, even if you don’t have the funds for the first payment immediately available.
You Have Time to Arrange Your Finances
Not having to immediately come up with a down payment for your bail bond means you don’t have to decide between getting out of jail and still staying on top of your bills. The lack of an instant down payment gives you time to redo your budget so that it accommodates your bail bond payments.
To learn more about posting bail in California, call us at 661-272-0151 or click the Chat With Us link.
You Still Only Pay 10% of the Bail Bond
One of the biggest concerns our clients have when they find out we offer a zero-down bail bond payment plan is that the lack of down payment means that they will ultimately pay more for their bail bond than if they paid the entire amount upfront. That’s not the case at all. In fact, since we also don’t charge interest, when all is said and done, the payments will still add up to exactly 10% of the total bail bond.
Feel free to with any questions you have about Quartz Hill Bail Bonds and/or the bail process. Consultations are free and informative! We’re available 24/7, and the call is always handled by a real person, not an automated system.
Additional reasons to contact us when you or a loved one has been arrested include: