You Can Count On Our Family to Help with Bail

You Can Count On Our Family to Help with Bail

Family is a pretty amazing thing. It is a group of people who you can trust to always be there for you whenever you need help. If you ever run into trouble you can always count on family to assist you in getting out of trouble. However, your family can have trouble when trying to bail someone out of jail. Very few people are ever prepared for this kind of situation, and you and your family are probably going to need outside help.

Unfortunately, problems can arise when you need to get help outside of family and you are not careful who you talk to. You need to find someone as reliable and trustworthy as your own family members. You can find bail agents like that working here at Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles. We are a family-owned company, and you can trust us as much as you would your own family.

When you talk to one of our agents, they will answer all of your questions and guide you through the entire bail bond process. Everything you discuss with your bail agent will be confidential and kept between you and your agent. If you come to Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles, you will have a professional bail agent working by your side.

Unlike other bail bond companies out there, we never try to take advantage of our clients here at Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles. You are under a lot of stress when trying to bail a loved one out of jail, we do not want to add to that stress. This is why we do not hide fees within the bail bond’s contract in an attempt to make more money.

When you need help, you rely on family. When you need bail help, you can rely on the family working here at Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles. You can count on the fact that you can rely on us to help you with all of your bail needs.

For the best family bail help in California, contact Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles at 877-793-2254 or click Chat With Us now.

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Our Agents Are Here for You

Our Agents Are Here for You

The average person doesn’t wake up with the intent of bailing someone out of jail. In order for anyone to plan this, they would have to plan on a friend or family member getting arrested, which no one wants to do. Due to this, many people never really learn about bail or how it works. If they ever actually need to bail someone out, they tend to feel lost and confused.

If this has happened to you, you’re going to want some help to rescue their loved one from jail. A professional bail agent will be able to provide you with the assistance that you need. The best way to talk to an expert bail agent is by contacting Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles. Our knowledgeable bail agents will be able to guide you through the entire bail process.

At Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles, our bail agent are some of the best in California. Each agent receives training every other year. This keeps them at the top of their game, and ensures that our clients get the best help we can give them. You won’t be able to find better help anywhere else in the state.

Getting in touch with our agents is incredibly easy. This is due to the fact that our agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Whenever you need help, you can count on us to be there for you. You have multiple options when it comes to talking to an agent. You can:

Call our toll free number.
Chat with an agent on our website.
Visit one of our many offices across the state.

When it comes to bail bonds, most people have never dealt with it before. Luckily, our experts here at Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles will be more than happy to help you. With one of our bail agents at your side, your loved one will be out of jail in no time at all.

Call 877-793-2254 or click Chat With Us for a free consultation with one of our agents at any time.

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What is Required at the Time of Signing a Bail Agreement

What is Required at the Time of Signing a Bail Agreement

One of the first big decisions you’ll have to make following your arrest is which bail bond company you want to work with. If you decide that Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles is best for you, the next step is signing a bail agreement.
 
The bail agreement is nothing more than a simple contract that lays out the limits of your bail, explains that you need to attend your court appearances, and outlines the payment play we’ve designed for you.
 

The Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles bail agreement uses simple language and is very clear.

 
 
Having everything you need at the ready when we present your bail agreement means you can go to work posting your bail so you can go home right away. Not having everything leads to a significant delay.
 
Here’s what you’ll need to have on hand when you sign your bail agreement
 
The first thing is 10% of your bail. This is our fee. In exchange for paying us 10%, we pay the court 100% of your bail. Remember, this is a fee. When your case reaches its conclusion, we keep the 10% fee.

Additional things you’ll need include:

• Driver’s license or state ID number
• Social security number
• Proof of employment (if applicable)
• Current address
• Collateral (when applicable)

 
If someone is co-signing for your bail we will also need their information before we can finalize the bail agreement.

We want you to be comfortable with the terms of your bail and encourage you to ask lots of questions before you sign the contract. Once you have been released on bail, you’re free to contact us anytime that you need information about the contract.

Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles has been helping bail people just like yourself out of jail for several years. We have decades of experience and are the most respected bail bonds business in the region. The list of services our clients enjoy include:

• 24/7 Bail bond service
• 0% Interest payment plans
20% Discount
• No hidden fees
• Online payments
• Phone approvals
• Working signers don’t have to provide collateral
• Free consultations 

 
We want to help you get out of jail as soon as possible and reunite you with your loved ones. The only way we can do this is if you contact us. When you do, you’ll be delighted with our outstanding customer service.

Feel free to call us at 877-793-2254 or click the Chat With Us link. 

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What is a Bail Agreement?

What is a Bail Agreement?

Most of us have watched enough procedural shows to know that bail is what you pay to be sprung from jail while you wait for your case to make its way to court. Most of us also know that a bail bond agency, like Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles, is a business that helps you cover the cost of your bail. In most situations, that’s is where our knowledge ends.

Very few people understand that before we can help bail you out of jail you’ll have to sign a bail agreement.

If you’re wondering what a bail agreement is, you’re not alone. It is seldom explained properly.

The bail agreement is a surprisingly simple contact that serves as a binding legal document between you, the Indemnitor, and us, the bail bond agency that wants to help you reunite with your loved ones.

The agreement is very clear. Every single aspect of our relationship is carefully spelled out. The bail agreement discusses the terms of your bail, serves as an agreement that you’ll attend all of your mandatory court dates and lays out the bail payment plan we agree on. 

We feel that it’s important that you understand you don’t have to sign the bail agreement right away. Take as much time as you need to review the information and decide if we’re your best option. We don’t want you to do anything you’ll regret. 

When you sign an Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles bail agreement, we want you to understand what you’re getting into. We encourage you to not only take our time and carefully read over the agreement but to also come to us with any questions.

Our willingness to discuss every single aspect of our bail bond agreement is just one of the perks you’ll enjoy when you turn to Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles for help with your bail situations.

We’re renowned throughout California for our excellent service which includes:

• 24/7 Bail bond service
20% Discount
• Phone approvals
• 0% Interest payment plans
• Free consultations
• No hidden fees
• No collateral required for working signers
• Habla Espanola

 
Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles is a family-owned business that has decades of experience helping people just like you. We’ve enjoyed a solid reputation for being a discreet bail bonds service that genuinely cares about our clients. When you contact us, you’ll enjoy working with a California bail bonds agency that has customized payment plans, a great attitude, and outstanding customer service.

Want to learn firsthand how easy we are to deal with? Pick up the phone and call 877-793-2254 or click Chat With Us.

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What Is The “Bait and Switch” When Is It Illegal?

What Is The “Bait and Switch” When Is It Illegal?

Bait and switch is a cute term that refers to a nasty con game. If you’re the victim of a bait and switch scam you’ve purchased one item only to be given something that doesn’t match the description of what you purchased. Bait and switch typically involve businesses who use the tactic to lure customers in by advertising a great product at a fantastic price only to provide something that’s quite different.
 

Identifying That you Were a Victim of Bait and Switch

The FTC has done an excellent job of creating guidelines that clarify when a “bait and switch” situation has happened.
 
According to the FTC, you weren’t a victim of a bait and switch con if you:

Were convinced to buy something different 
If the seller simply runs out of whatever item they were promoting, especially when the business clearly stated that they only had limited quantities of the promoted item

 
The only way you are a true victim of bait and switch is when the seller clearly had no intention of selling the promoted product.

Bait and switch occurs when:

• The seller had no intention of parting with the promoted item
• They fail to be honest about warranties, availability, repairs, description, etc.
• The do something that actively discourages their sales team from selling the promoted item
• Simply refuses to sell the bait
• Fails to honor the terms of the promotion (such as failing to ship the item in a reasonable amount of time causing you to cancel the item or replace it with something else)

 

Is Bait and Switch Illegal

Bait and switch isn’t just an immoral marketing tactic, it’s illegal. If you have recently found yourself caught in the middle of a bait and switch scam, there are steps you can take to resolve the situation. The first thing you need to do is contact the FTC and file a formal complaint. This alerts them to the situation and triggers an investigation.

While you’re waiting for the FTC to respond to your complaint, find an experienced lawyer who will not only help you understand all the legal terms but who will also do everything in their power to make sure you get the compensation you deserve. If your lawyer decides you have a strong case, they’ll likely encourage you to file a lawsuit and seek out damages.

What you shouldn’t do, is share your experience on social media or leave scathing reviews on the business website. Saying the wrong thing not only could cost you your bait and switch case, but it could also cause the business to file a slander lawsuit against you. It’s in your best interest to stay quiet until the case has been resolved.

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Finding Out If A Person Has an Arrest Warrant

Finding Out If A Person Has an Arrest Warrant

Whether you’re looking because you’re worried an arrest warrant has been filed against you or because you need to know about a person you’re dealing with, everyone has their own reasons for needing to know how to go about finding out if a person has an arrest warrant.

The most common reasons to find out if a person has an arrest warrant include:

• You want to know if the police are going to knock on your door
• You’re worried about what might happen if a traffic cop pulls you over
• You need to run a background check on a potential renter/employee

 
The good news is that it’s no difficult to find out if a person has an arrest warrant. All you need is a computer, a reliable internet connection, a third party website that deals with a criminal history, and some basic information about the person you’re researching.

The type of information you need to have when launching your search includes:

• The person’s full, legal name
• Their age
• And the state they’re located in

 
The only problem is that sometimes you’ll get information about a different person who has the same name and is the same age. If you suspect you’re looking at the arrest record of someone who isn’t the person you’re researching, you may have to whittle down the search by using a precise address.

Once you’ve provided this basic information, you’ll discover an entire treasure trove of interesting information. 

In addition to learning if the person has an arrest warrant, you’ll learn:

• When and where the criminal offenses took place
• What types of charges the person has dealt with 
• The individual’s conviction history
• If they have any outstanding arrest warrants currently sworn out against them

 
While the criminal history you uncover while trying to see if a person has an arrest warrant is complete though it might be more basic than what you’re looking for.

If you don’t have a solid internet connection and know what counties are involved, you can contact the county clerk directly and ask them if you or a person you’re investigating has any arrest warrants. 

The county clerk should be able to tell you if there are any outstanding arrest warrants and also some basic information about the cases.

While you’ll be able to find out if a person has an arrest warrant and criminal history, there are some situations where the county clerk will be unable to provide much information. Traditionally they’ll be hesitant to provide details about cases that involve:

• Domestic violence
• Juveniles
• Cases that involve family law
• Cases that are under intense investigation

 
If you are researching yourself and discover that a warrant for your arrest has been issued, it’s in your best interest to connect with a lawyer and discuss how you can quickly resolve the situation.

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Which Bail Bonds Business Should you Choose!

Which Bail Bonds Business Should you Choose!

If you need a bail bond, you want to quell your first instinct of going with the first company you contact. It’s possible that you’ll connect with a truly outstanding family-owned bail bonds business that offers everything from zero interest bail to a reasonable payment plan. It’s also possible you’ll get scammed by a company that doesn’t have your best interests at heart or who doesn’t fully understand the bail bonds process.

When you’re choosing a reputable bail bonds company, there are a few things you need to keep in mind.

The Company Should be Treasure Trove of Information

No bail bonds company should expect you to know everything. They should have a phone or online system that allows you to connect with a representative who not only answers all of your questions but also explains how the process works and explains the different payment services they provide. The person you speak to should be patient, kind, and not try to force you to sign a contract until you’re convinced you’re making the right decision.

No reputable bail bonds agency will ever tell you that you have to act quickly. This isn’t use it or lose it business deal. You are free to take your time and consider all your options.

Good Bails Bonds Companies are Discrete

You’ve been arrested. You need help coming up with bail money. You don’t need this information spread all over the state. Good bail bonds businesses, the kind you want to work with, always promise discretion.

They Have Been Positively Reviewed

You should hold the bail bonds company you’re considering to the same standards you would any other type of business. Make sure they’re properly bonded and licensed. Check out reviews and customer testimonials. There’s nothing wrong with taking a little time to dig into the business’s background. If you find something that concerns you, ask the bail bonds expert about the problem during the consultation.

Customer Service is Important

Somehow, bail bonds companies have gotten a reputation for being operated by rude people who are only interested in making money. That’s not the case at all. Customer service is just as important to a bail bonds business as it is to any other business. If you contact a bail bonds business and you get the impression that they’re not really that interested in you or if you’re treated badly, hang up the phone and call another bail bonds agency.

Do you need bail? Contact Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles. We’re a family-owned bail bonds business that has been serving the area for several decades. Our top-rated services include:

• 24/7 Bail bond service
20% Discount
• Online payments
• 0% Interest payment plans
• Phone approvals
• No hidden fees
• No collateral for working signers
• Free consultations with a bail bonds expert

 

We’ve made getting bail as simple as possible. To learn more, call 877-793-2254 or click the Chat With Us. 

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Should you Bail your Buddy Out of Jail

Should you Bail your Buddy Out of Jail

You love your best buddy and have no hesitation about going out of your way to help them whenever they ask, but getting asked to post bail is different from agreeing to help them move. When your best friend calls and asks you to help cover their bail, there are a few things you need to consider before you agree.

Can You Afford it?

When you post cash bail for your buddy, you’ll get all of the money back… eventually. The refund doesn’t happen until your buddy’s case has been resolved. How long it takes to resolve the case depends on if your buddy plans on fighting the charges or pleading guilty right away. If your buddy is determined to prove their innocence and the case goes before a jury, a full year could easily pass before the court returns your money.

Going through a bail bonds company like Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles is easier on your budget. We only charge 10% of your buddy’s bail. The catch is that we don’t refund the 10%. Whether you post cash bail or secure a bail bond, you and your buddy need to discuss if they intend to repay you and how long it will take.

As much as you love your buddy, you should never put yourself in a position where helping with their bail makes it impossible for you to pay for your housing or buy groceries. You weren’t the one who got in trouble so you shouldn’t have to put yourself in financial peril.

Do you Trust Your Buddy?

Bail isn’t given freely. It’s a privilege that comes with terms and conditions. The only way the bail system works is if your buddy agrees to uphold the conditions of their bail, which includes attending all of their court appearances. If they fail to do that you will either lose the cash bail or anything you used as collateral when you secured a bail bond.
 

Only Work with a Reputable Bail Bond Company

If you decide to help secure a bail bond for your buddy, you want to work with a company that understands the bail process, has a solid business reputation, and is willing to work with you. That’s exactly what you’ll get when you turn to Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles for help. We’re a family-owned bail bonds business with decades of experience.

Our services include:

• 24/7 Bail bond service
20% Discount
• Phone approvals
• 0% Interest payment plans
• Free consultations
• No hidden fees
• No collateral required for working signers
• Habla Espanola

 
We have a reputation for being a friendly, discreet, bail bonds service that has excellent payment plans.

Want to learn more? Simply call 877-793-2254 or click Chat With Us.

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Drinking can Lead to Needing Bail

Drinking can Lead to Needing Bail

Drinking with friends is always fun. Grabbing a beer or margarita here and there seems like a great way to keep the party going. What kills a party buzz is driving while intoxicated. It’s all fun and games up until someone decides to makes the irresponsible decision to get behind a wheel.

Say you went out with friends the other night, and you thought someone else was going to be the designated driver. It turns out that it was your turn to be the DD, and now you have to drive everyone home after a few drinks. Against your better judgment you say you feel fine and decide to drive everyone home. After all, out of all of your friends, you’re the only one that can actually walk in a semi straight line.

By some miracle you’ve managed to drop all your friends off, and you didn’t wreck the car. Now your last stop will be your own house. While driving back home you get sleepy, and your driving skills are really slipping up. Luckily a cop sees you swerving and pulls you over. Even if your intentions were good and you didn’t hurt anyone, you still were over the legal limit. The officer, doing their job issues you a DUI. Now what?

You call the people you know you can depend on. Maybe a family member or maybe you call us, Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles, because we are always there when you need us.

Once you call us, you will immediately be in contact with one of trained bail agents who are available 24/7. The bail agent will help make this situation go as smoothly as possible. A DUI bail can cost you anywhere from $500 to $10,000. That is without any priors. If you do have priors, a DUI can cost you up to $50,000. That is a lot of money for one costly decision. On top of that, you can go to jail for at least six months. Nobody has time for that.

The bail agent will take your information, and get an affordable payment setup for you. In no time at all, your agent will have you out of jail and back home, safe and sound.

If you have any questions regarding bail, just call 877-793-2254 or click Chat With Us now.

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What Can Family Do for You?

What Can Family Do for You?

There is nothing quite like family. It is a group of people who you can both love and hate simultaneously. Nobody knows how to get on your nerves like family, but no one is ever there for you like family is either. This is why we love our families, and would do anything for them, despite how annoying they can be at times.

When you learn of your family member’s arrest, you are devastated. How could this happen to someone you know? Regardless of how it happened, you set out to help your loved one get out of jail. You are determined to post his or her bail, unfortunately, you failed to realize how big of an undertaking that is.

Bail, even for the smallest of arrests, costs several thousands of dollars in the state of California. Most everyday people do not have that kind of money available to pay for someone’s bail, even if that person is a close loved one. Any money they do have, is already slated to go toward paying bills and buying groceries.

This is where it can be helpful to hire a bail agent. A bail agent will pay the full price of the bail bond in return for being paid just a portion of it. In California, bail bond companies charge 10% of the bail price of the bail that they are paying for. This means that by hiring a bail agent, you can bail out your family member at only 10% of their bail amount.

The best bail agents in California can be found at Cal Bail Bonds in Los Angeles. This is due to the fact that we are a family-owned company. All of our agents are a part of the family here, and this helps them understand what their clients are going through. Our agents understand how important your family member is to you, and they will help you get him or her out of jail quickly. With our family of bail agents at your side, you will be able to rescue your family member from jail at an affordable price.

You can get a free consultation right now by clicking Chat With Us or calling 877-793-2254 now.

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