Fraud Is Wrong, Bail Is Not


Fraud is defined as: “wrongful or criminal deception intended to result in financial or personal gain.” There are all kinds of fraud like credit card fraud, identity fraud/ theft, and disability fraud, to name a few. Fraud is a big problem in the United States, and disability fraud alone saw over 90,000 allegations last year. This issue was brought to our attention by the media reporting on a case of a New York man.

This New York man, John Caltabiano, claimed blindness from a work accident so that he can gain disability benefits. While he did lose sight in one eye from the accident, his other eye was fine. However, he still claimed he could not drive, cook, or even shave without help. He was later caught holding doors open for others, driving and braking in time to avoid hitting a pedestrian, and other questionable acts. Caltabiano was set to receive $1.3 million in benefits. Instead, he is now doing 5 years in prison.

Fraud crimes can be misdemeanors or felonies, depending on the case itself, and the defendant’s criminal history. Some are federal crimes. Penalties can be fines and jail or prison time. Many defendants will be offered the opportunity to post bail and get out of jail for the time being.

If you ever need help bailing yourself or a loved one out of jail, the team at Riverside County Bail Bond Store can help you. Our team works quickly to get that bail bond over to the jail so your loved one can be freed. Costs are low, as we only charge the premium, 10% of the full bail, and you are set up on a payment plan. Fraud of any kind is wrong, but bailing out of jail is not. If you are in need of professional bail bonds help, Riverside County Bail Bond Store will have your back!

To learn more about bail and the bail bonds process, please contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store online for immediate assistance, or call us at 800-793-2245.

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What You Can Always Expect with Riverside County Bail Bond Store


Wondering whether you should help bail your loved one out of jail or not should be a no-brainer. So many horrible thoughts run through your mind about your loved one being arrested: he or she is in trouble, he or she is in danger in jail, he or she is surrounded by some hardened criminals, he or she is alone and uncomfortable. On top of that, you are not really sure what to expect from the outcome of your loved one’s trial. Depending on the crime or situation, will he or she be acquitted? Will he or she be sentenced for a few years, many years, life, or will your loved one sentenced to death?

Well, in California, there is no capital punishment, which should put your worst thoughts to rest. As far as being acquitted or sentenced, that is neither for you, nor us here at Riverside County Bail Bond Store to decide. What you can decide is to bring your loved one home pre-trial with our help. At Riverside County Bail Bond Store, we provide low monthly rate payment plans for your bail bond. We will walk you through the entire bail bond process so you know what to expect at this stage of your loved one’s situation. We will not let you down!

Please contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store online for immediate assistance, or on the phone at 800-793-2245 any time of the day or night.

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It Is Time to Grow Up


Being stupid and careless is a part of growing up. Mom and Dad were always there to pick you up from detention, to wait up as you got home past curfew, and make sure you apologized to your classmate for being a bully, but those days are over. Now that you are an adult, your parents are no longer responsible for you and your actions. They will forever be your Mom and Dad and they will always act like that, but in the eyes of the law, you are an adult. If you get arrested, Mom and Dad may not be there to bail you out. It is up to you to get yourself out of this mess, with or without their help.

Even without your parents’ help, you do not have to be alone. You are encouraged to enlist the help of one of our amazing bail agents here at Riverside County Bail Bond Store. We work with you to draw up a payment plan for the premium we charge; the 10% of the bail that the judge set during your arraignment hearing. We then get a bail bond to submit to the court to release you from jail. If you violate any agreements, whether with us or with the court, such as not appearing in court as scheduled, you may face additional consequences.

Since you are older now, we hope that you know when to step back from a bad situation that can land you in jail. We would rather you did not need us to bail you out of jail, but if it comes down to it, we promise to be there for you.

To learn more about bail bonds, please Chat With Us online for immediate assistance or call us at 800-793-2245.

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Riverside County Bail Bond Store Is a Name You Can Rely On


Friends tend to come and go and with that, so does trust and reliability. Friends who grow apart may not consider each other to be the person who will bail them out of jail years from now. Current good friends also may not want to be the ones you go to and there is no guarantee that they are capable of helping you.

So who can you rely on? Riverside County Bail Bond Store.

Riverside County Bail Bond Store is a family-owned company in California that has professionally been bailing individuals out of jail for nearly 30 years now. This top company of dozens of bail agentss is the most trusted and reliable bail bond company in California. This company is very capable of bailing you, or a loved one, out of jail, no matter where in California you are or what time it is.

Staying out of trouble is something you practice all the time, but occasionally it may slip your mind. In those cases, we urge you to contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store and have a bail agent bail you out of jail.

Chat with a Riverside County Bail Bond Store representative online now or call 800-793-2245 to learn more about bail and the bail bonds process.

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Superheroes Unite at Riverside County Bail Bond Store


Superheroes really do exist outside of comic books, television shows, and movies. As you might expect, they are hiding in plain sight. We are not talking about your protective parents or your best friend who covers for you. We are talking about, your neighbor, the person on the elliptical machine next to yours at the gym, your Friday night Uber driver, or the guy bagging groceries at the store.

Do you know what their profession is? Maybe taxi driving or bagging groceries is a side gig for a little extra cash. What if these people you pass every now and then were bail bond agents? Bail agents are not always dressed in long black coats with heavy jewelry and dark glasses.

Bail agents are highly qualified and powerful people because they have the ability to get defendants out of jail quickly, and affordably. These guys and gals work day and night, and they work hard. They have one goal: get someone out of jail, and they always achieve that goal. Seeing defendants joyfully reunite with friends and family is such a reward and an indication that their job has been done.

So, if you’re wondering whether Superman or Batman is better, maybe you ought to rethink that next time you need a bail agent for yourself or a loved one because we are pretty sure that bail agent will become your ultimate superhero. Capes are only for fictional superheroes anyway. Like we said, you never know who these people are until you meet them, it really could be your Starbucks barista! Riverside County Bail Bond Store is here to save you!

Get more information on fast and affordable bail bonds at California’s Riverside County Bail Bond Store by chatting with a superhero team member online or calling 800-793-2245.

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What Does Love Have To Do With Bail Bonds?


As cheesy as it sounds, love is the most valuable quality to understand. Love has some pretty incredible powers, including the power to overcome some of the worst scenarios, like being arrested. Here is what we mean:

You have just been arrested for a crime.

Now you are sitting in jail waiting, waiting, and waiting. Finally, you have your arraignment hearing and are given your bail. “$100,000,” the judge exclaims. You are immediately left speechless, wondering how you are going to be able to come up with all that money in order to be released. Do you need to sell your house? Do you need to take out a loan? What issues will you run into?

Back in jail, you call your parents and finally fill them in on your recent events. As expected, they are furious. However, they are also concerned and relieved at the same time. What a mix of emotions. It comes down to their love for you. It is a never-ending quality they will have for you, and because of that, you have them as lifelong allies.

They are able to help bail you out of jail with a more affordable option. They have contacted a bail bonds company and have been assigned a professional bail bond agent. Now, instead of paying $100,000, you only need to pay 10%, which you can pay on a payment plan spread out over several months.

Now you know about this alternative method for paying for bail. You even understand why having solid relationships with those who care about you most is so important. Your loved ones will help come up with resources and solutions that better fit your needs.

Get in touch with a Riverside County Bail Bond Store representative to learn more about the bail bond industry and process, and see how we can help you or someone you know.

Chat With Riverside County Bail Bond Store or call 800-793-2245 today!

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Riverside County Bail Bond Store Is Open 24/7


A 3 A.M. phone call from your loved one in jail may be disturbing and troubling to you, but one to Riverside County Bail Bond Store is not to us. Riverside County Bail Bond Store is a 24/7 professional bail bonds company that serves all of California. We understand that people are arrested at all hours of the day. Hospitals do not close after 6 PM, and neither do police stations. So, why should we? Arrestees need our bail help at all hours, so we are here to give them that help.

Give us a call at any time and we promise someone on the Riverside County Bail Bond Store team will answer your call immediately. Alternatively, you can go online and Chat With Us. We are well staffed, well equipped, and well prepared to meet your bail bond needs quickly and efficiently.

You can Chat With Us online through our private and secure chat portal, or you can give us a call anytime at 800-793-2245.

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Riverside County Bail Bond Store – Hardly a Stranger


No human is perfect and some are more imperfect than others. It is up to us to help each other get through these messes, because in this manner, the outcome is more successful. Even strangers are more than capable of being those helping hands.

Our team here at Riverside County Bail Bond Store would like to be those “strangers” to you. We begin as strangers, but by the end, we will become, good friends you can rely on. We care about getting your loved one out of jail and back home to you. To us, it does not matter what happened that got him or her arrested; what matters is that he or she is bailed out of jail as quickly as possible. What truly matters is reuniting you with your loved one and the joyous feelings that arises from this. We may be strangers at the start, but we will not shy away from getting you the bail help you need and deserve.

Contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store immediately for information on our bail bonds and to get a free quote.

You can Chat With Us online through our private and secure chat portal, or you can give us a call anytime at 800-793-2245.

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Do Not Be Afraid To Ask Your Parents for Help


Turning 18 is a big deal because you officially become an adult. That means you can buy lotto tickets and cigarettes and you do not have to listen to all your parents’ orders. However, turning 18 and making your own decisions means you, not your parents, are responsible for your actions now and you are responsible for paying the consequences. In the most extreme example: if you are caught breaking the law, you will be arrested and put in jail. Posting bail is all on you now.

You do not have to notify your parents that you have been arrested. If you were 17 or younger, than yes your parents will have to be involved since they are still legally responsible for you. Now that you are 18, the choice is yours. If you wish to, you can contact them and they may still come and help you post bail, as many parents would do for their children no matter how old they are. You would likely be calling your parents for help if you cannot financially post bail on your own because it is not cheap.

One way to post bail quickly and affordably is to hire a bail bondsman from a professional and licensed bail bonds company. By using a bail agent, you are only paying 10% of what you would pay if you paid for the bail yourself.

Do not be afraid to ask your parents for help, even if you do go with the more affordable bail bond route. Most people who are in this predicament do the same thing and, truthfully, we see no hesitation from parents assisting their children. Contact Riverside County Bail Bond Store today!

Chat With Us or call 800-793-2245 to speak with a bail agent from Riverside County Bail Bond Store to learn more.

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It Is the 21st Century and You Can Technically Still Be Arrested for This


What century are we in? That is certainly a question to ask, especially after you read about these odd, and yet quite entertaining, laws in California and America.

    In California

  • It is illegal to serve alcohol to a gay person. Considering California is one of the more progressive and democratic states, it is time for this law to be wiped away!
  • You must have a hunting license in order to set up a mousetrap.
  • Eating oranges in a bathtub is a no-no.
  • It is illegal to wiggle while dancing, but to us, wiggling is dancing!
  • You cannot stop a child from joyfully jumping over puddles of water. Now this is a law we like! Long live your youth!
  • Blythe: only when you own two cows may you wear cowboy boots. Perhaps this is to control the number of cows, and thus the smell they would bring to the city.
  • Los Angeles: a man must have a license before he serenades a woman. Romancing is not easy!
  • Walnut: you can be arrested for leaving sand in your own driveway. So much for a DIY beachfront home.
  • In other parts of America

  • Alaskans cannot take the childhood rhyme and game “step on a crack, break your mother’s back” seriously, because intentionally avoiding walking on pavement cracks is illegal.
  • In Little Rock, Arkansas, you are only allowed to eat cheese on Friday if you have a beer. Mostly, we are upset for the children who enjoy grilled cheese sandwiches, cheeseburgers, and pizza.
  • It is illegal to shower naked in Florida. Um… what?
  • In Indiana, residents are forbidden from eating their own severed body parts on Fridays. We do not even want to know what prompted this one to become a law in the first place.
  • On Sundays, all church-going men in Massachusetts must bring a rifle with them.
  • Wisconsin women may not have their hair cut. This must be where Rapunzel is from!

We can go on and on with these weird laws in both California and America. We are sure a majority of them were originally put in place for a more serious reason that people today cannot seem to think about. Now, most of these are irrelevant and not enforced.

That does not mean you still cannot get in trouble for disobeying any of them. No, you can still technically be arrested for committing these silly crimes today. If you are, gosh, we will not know what to think, except that Riverside County Bail Bond Store will certainly help you bail out of jail.

Call our Riverside County Bail Bond Store offices at 800-793-2245 or chat online with one of our professional representatives.

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