Zero Interest Bail Bonds in Visalia, California
Visalia Bail Bonds is proud to maintain its reputation as being the best in California, with our No hidden fees and Zero Interest financing. An arrest of a loved one is stressful, but the cost of rescuing your loved one doesn’t have to be.
We Offer the Best Help with DUI, Drug, Warrants, Domestic Violence, Felony, Traffic, Weapons & Misdemeanor Offenses.
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Visalia Bail Bonds Has Bail Options To Fit Your Needs
Tulare County Bail Bonds pride ourselves in being California’s most affordable, reliable, and trustworthy bail bonds company for over 25 years. During the years, we took time to build strong relationships with our community, in addition to building a strong rapport with jails all over California. In doing so, we ensure that we can provide the fastest results in rescuing your loved one from jail.
Do not let the cost of bail prevent you from rescuing your friend or family member from jail. You can rely on us to get you through the bail process with our fast and affordable bail options! Our flexible payment plans with zero percent interest are tailored to fit any budget. At Tulare County Bail Bonds, we truly set the bar higher with our high-quality services!
Additional Services Include:
- 24/7 statewide service
- Agents are very proactive
- No hidden fees
- Zero down
- Personalized payment plans to fit clients’ financial needs
Give us a call to see what we’re all about and to see why we’re among the best bail bond companies in California. We will not let you down.
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Bail Bonds and Bad Credit
Poor credit is something that can happen to good people for a variety of reasons. The problem is that when you are dealing with something that requires credit, most organizations and lenders only look at the numbers but rarely ask for an explanation about the bad credit rating. This is one of the reasons some people are leery about contacting bail bond agencies after they’ve been arrested. They’re worried that because they have bad credit, they’ll automatically be denied, and more bad news is something their psyche simply can’t handle at the moment.
Even if you have bad or no credit, we urge you to contact Visalia Bail Bonds. We’ve worked with many people in your exact situation and have often been able to come up with a solution.
You’ll be pleased to know that we do have payment plans and that even though you have bad credit, we are willing to explore the possibility of payments with you. Our payment plans are designed to be flexible, so they work with a variety of financial situations. Best of all, our payment plans are zero-percent interest, so once you’ve completed your last payment, you will have only paid 10% of the bail bond.
If your credit isn’t good, we’re willing to have you use a co-signer. This is a person who is willing to vouch for you. Not only are they promising to make sure you keep up with the payment plan we’ve worked out with you, but they’re also promising that you will be diligent about following the requirements laid out in the bail bond contract and by the judge who handled your arraignment.
Collateral is another option when you have bad credit. Depending on what you own, we may be willing to accept it and use it to guarantee that you’ll make your payments on time and that you will also attend all of your court dates. If you plan on using collateral, make sure it’s something that you own outright. We can’t accept anything that is still partly owned by a lending institution.
The best way to find out exactly how your poor credit ranking will impact your ability to get a bail bond is by talking to us. Our free consultations are available 24/7. The consultations provide you with the perfect opportunity to discuss your financial situation, your credit history, and anything else that could impact your ability to qualify for a bail bond.
The sooner you contact us, the sooner you’ll get answers to your questions and find out how likely it is that you’ll be released from jail.