The cost of bailing someone out of jail seems to be what scares people most. Most people want to rescue their loved ones from jail, but are afraid they won’t have the money to do so. When people find out that Visalia Bail Bond Store provides clients with payment plans, they get excited at the opportunity to rescue a loved one. However, they do wonder how much they will need to pay up front.
How much a client needs to pay for a bail bond, and how much they need to pay upfront, is dependent on how much the bail is. Higher bail amounts means higher bail bond costs, which means bigger initial payments. This means that we won’t know how much the initial payment will be until we know how much the bail is.
Despite that, there is no need to worry. Here at Visalia Bail Bond Store, we do everything we can to make bailing someone out of jail and affordable experience. We work with each of our clients to create a payment plan that works with their unique budget. With our help, you will be able to afford to rescue your friend or family member from jail.
What’s more, is we even offer a 0% down payment plan for clients with approved credit. This means that, if approved for this discount, a client doesn’t have to make a payment on the bail bond until a month after their loved one’s release from jail. This can give you some extra time to save up to make that first payment, making it a lot less of a surprise.
Some of the other services we provide for our clients include:
- 24/7 Bail bond service
- 20% Discount
- Phone approvals
- 0% Interest payment plans
- No hidden fees
- No collateral with working signer
- Se habla Español
Bailing someone out of jail does not have to be a bank account draining experience. With help from the professionals here at Visalia Bail Bond Store, you will be able to afford your loved one’s bail. On top of that, you may even be able to qualify for a 0% down bail bond.
Are you ready to get started? You can get a free consultation at any time by calling (559) 429-5625 or clicking Chat With Us now.
- On November 29, 2019