If you are trying to bail someone out of jail, you know how expensive it can be. For starters, the need for bail can come out of nowhere, making it impossible to save up for. Then there is the fact that bail usually costs several thousands of dollars. No normal person can afford to pay for a bail alone. That is where Visalia Bail Bond Store comes in to lend a helping hand.
We provide our clients with bails bonds that only cost a fraction of the price of the bail itself. This gives our clients a much needed break. Here at Visalia Bail Bond Store, our bail bonds only cost 10% of the bail that they are for. This gives our clients a 90% discount on the cost of bailing someone out of jail.
Unfortunately, this huge discount isn’t always enough. Sometimes people need a little extra help affording their loved one’s bail. That is why we offer qualified clients additional discounts. Clients who have a co-signer who is a union member, a member of the military, a member of AARP, a homeowner, or has a private attorney can qualify for 20% off the price of the bail bond. Clients with approved credit can get 0% down on the bail bond.
At Visalia Bail Bond Store, we know that every situation and client is different. This means that each one needs their own, personalized way to pay for their bail bond. We accept payments in a variety of ways to give clients the flexibility they need. We accept cash, checks, and most major credit and debit cards. Clients can pay online, over the phone, or in person, whichever method works best for them at the time.
On top of all of that, we provide all of our clients with personalized payment plans to really make things easy on them. This way, the cost of the bail bond is broken up and spread out over several months, thereby making it more affordable. Bailing someone out on your own can be very expensive, but bailing someone out of jail with Visalia Bail Bond Store can be cheap and affordable.
For a free consultation to talk to a bail agent, just click Chat With Us or call (559) 429-6525 now.
- On November 20, 2018