There are few things more shocking than finding out someone you care for has been arrested by a member of the Holtville Police Department. Bail amounts in California are often in the tens of thousands of dollars. The cost to arrange a bond may only be 10% of that total amount but this can still translate into quite a bit of money. What happens if you are unable pay the entire amount right now? Will the defendant need to remain in custody until you can come up with the money?
Not necessarily. Although there are still a number of bondsman that require their client pay up front, in full, you may be surprised to learn there are agents who can assist you with zero percent bail bonds financing. This will allow you to pay off the balance over time without incurring any interest or fees on the balance.
Every company will have different terms and conditions when it comes to payment plans. In most cases the bondsman you’re working with will want to know about the general health of your credit. They will ask about your credit history, what you do on credit and whether you have any bankruptcies or foreclosures. In many cases they will also ask for your permission to pull your credit score. If you do not qualify on your own, don’t worry. They may still be able to assist you if you are able to find a cosigner.
For more information about zero percent Holtville bail bonds financing call Adelante Bail Bonds now at 760-230-0194 to be directly connected to an expert bail agent.