Most people have never needed to work with an Imperial County bail bondsman before and are unfamiliar with how the process works or how much bonds cost.
If you have specific questions about Imperial County bail bonds call 760-230-0194 for immediate assistance.
The California bail industry is regulated by the California Department of Insurance (DOI). The DOI oversees all licensed bail agents and sets the rate at which bondsmen can charge for the service they provide.
In Imperial County and throughout California, the fee to purchase a bail bond will be 10% of the total amount bail.
If someone has been taken to the El Centro Jail and their bail has been set at $25,000, you should expect to pay $2,500 for Imperial County bail bonds service. That fee, also called a premium, is non-refundable.
Some bail agents will advertise 2% or 5% bail bonds or that they offer the “cheapest bail in town”. This is either a deceptive “bait-and-switch” marketing tactic to get people through the door or they are operating outside of the law.
If you are being asked to post collateral to secure the bond, you will want to be sure you’re working with a reputable Imperial County bail bondsman you can trust. Will you trust someone operating outside the law?
Call 760-230-0194 to speak with a knowledgeable, trustworthy bondsman at Adelante Bail Bonds.
Flexible Payment Plans
In most cases the full bail bond fee is paid before the bond is posted.
We accept many forms of payment and accept all major credit cards including American Express, Visa, MasterCard and Discover.
There are, however, times where our clients find they need bail bonds payment plans.
In order to be eligible for zero-percent bail bond financing the individual who is co-signing the contract will need to have good credit and/or own a home in California. One of our expert bondsmen can take your information while you’re on the phone and can let you know if you qualify within minutes. We will work out a down payment and monthly payments that meet your budget.
A bail agent is available to assist you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.
Call 760-230-0794 now to learn how we can help get the person you care for out of jail fast.
No Collateral Bail Bonds
Although some bail bonds companies require their clients post collateral for bail, most of the clients we work with are pleased to learn they are eligible for “signature bonds” meaning no collateral is required.
If you have questions about payment and financing options call 760-230-0194 now to speak with an expert Imperial County bail bondsman.