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What Happens If a Person Misses a Bail Payment?

What Happens If a Person Misses a Bail Payment?

Most people have a lot of questions and concerns when it comes to dealing with bail. This is largely because most people don’t know a whole lot about bail in the first place. After all, they never expected to need bail. Still, that doesn’t mean that someone they know will never get arrested. In California alone, thousands of people are arrested every single day.

One of the big concerns that people have when dealing with bail, is what happens when they miss a payment or miss a court date? Everyone understands that missing either one of those would not be good, but they aren’t sure exactly how bad it is. Does it lead to harsh consequences, or does the person just receive a slap on the wrist?

There Is a Contract

When a person posts bail with a bail bond, they sign an agreement with the bail agent. By signing the contract, the person is promising to go to all of their court dates. They are also agreeing to pay off the money they owe for the bail bond. Breaking a contract does have repercussions.

Just like with any other contract, once a person has signed it, they are expected to keep to their word. This means that there can be very harsh consequences if a person misses a payment or a court date. However, before anyone starts to panic, things aren’t always horrible if a person truly misses a payment or court date.

Was It an Accident?

The consequences of missing either a payment or a court date are largely dependent on why they were missed. For instance, at Riverside Bail Bonds, if it was a genuine accident that led to something being missed, and the client responsibly contacts their bail agent as soon as they realize the mistake, then things don’t have to be so severe.

At Riverside Bail Bonds, we understand that life is messy and things that were once certain can become uncertain very quickly. Maybe something happened that made the once manageable payments difficult. When it comes to missed payments, we can work with clients to re-evaluate their payment plan.

If a person missed their court date because they were held up in traffic, or they forgot, they need to talk to their bail agent right away. When someone misses their court date, the court can consider the bail forfeit and the bail agent will begin trying to get into touch with the person. As long as the agent can get in touch with the person, they can help them set up a new court date.

Both of these outcomes are only available if the person talks with their bail agent immediately.

The Person Ran

If the person purposefully missed a payment or court date because they are running, then things will proceed differently. First, whenever something is missed, the bail agent will immediately begin trying to talk to their client. This includes trying all known phone numbers for the person, as well as contacting friends and family members to try and get the person’s whereabouts.

If agents cannot get ahold of the person, then the worst will be assumed and investigators will be called in to begin searching for the person. The investigators sometimes referred to as bounty hunters, will track down the person and bring them into the proper authorities to be arrested. The chances of them being granted bail again will be a whole lot slimmer.

The expenses for tracking the person down will be charged to whoever ran. If they cannot pay it, then whoever signed for the bail bond will have to pay for those expenses.

Sometimes Things Happen

Missing a payment or a court date while out on bail can be a very big deal. The immediate thought is that the person ran away, however that isn’t always the case. More often than not it was a mistake or accident and the person is still trying to follow the rules.

If that is the case, Riverside Bail Bonds is more than willing to work with our clients. We know that sometimes things happen. As long as our clients talk with us, we will help them deal with their bail.

If people try to run from the court while out on bail, they can expect to be tracked down. Someone will find them and bring them back into custody. Running just delays the inevitable and makes the whole situation worse. Sooner or later, everyone gets caught and has to face what they did.

How to Get an Affordable Bail Bond

How to Get an Affordable Bail Bond

Needing to bail someone out of jail is not something a person ever really plans on doing. After all, no one wakes up in the morning hoping that someone they know will be arrested so that they can bail that person out of jail. Unfortunately, since thousands of people are arrested every single day in the state of California. This can lead to many people being caught off guard by the arrest of a friend or family member.

After learning of a loved one’s arrest, most people will do whatever they can to help get him or her out of jail. Unfortunately, posting bail alone is a very costly due to the fact that most bail amounts are several thousands of dollars. This is why most people decide to hire a bail agent. By contacting Riverside Bail Bonds, a person can post bail at only 10% the cost.

Here at Riverside Bail Bonds, we understand how expensive bail can be, and how difficult that makes it to afford. This is why we offer our bail bonds at only 10% the price of the full bail amount, and allow clients to pay for it with a personalized payment plan. In addition, clients with approved credit can qualify to get their bail bond with 0% down.

0% down combines with our personalized payment plans to provide our clients with their first month of the bail bond free. Basically, their loved one is released from jail after the contract has been signed and the bail bond delivered to the jail. However, they do not have to make a payment until a month after their loved one’s release. This gives clients the time they need to gather some money for the bail bond.

On top of making our bail bonds as affordable as possible, we also provide:

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
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At Riverside Bail Bonds, we know that bail can be ridiculously expensive, which is why do everything that we can to make it affordable. When a person comes to us for bail help, they not only get affordable service, they also get dedicated and caring bail agents. Our agents will always be there to provide you the bail service that you need, when you need it.

You can talk to a bail agent for free by calling 951-684-4484 or clicking Chat With Us now.

Riverside Bail Bonds Provides Flexible Payment Options

Riverside Bail Bonds Provides Flexible Payment Options

Your life is a constantly changing and evolving thing. What works for you at one point in your life, may not work for you a few months down the line. Due to this fact, all long term plans need to be flexible enough to accommodate change. Here at Riverside Bail Bonds, we understand that, which is why we provide our clients with flexible, affordable payment plans.

Bailing someone out of jail without bail help is an expensive undertaking. However, with help from Riverside Bail Bonds you will only ever have to pay 10% of the full bail price. That means you save 90% just by coming to us for help. However, that is not all that we do to help out our clients.

We also provide everyone with personalized payment plans that fit into their budgets. This way, the 10% of the bail is broken up into even smaller pieces that are much more manageable. To make sure that our clients are always able to pay for the bail bond, we accept a variety of different payment methods to give them some flexibility.

Here at Riverside Bail Bonds, we accept:

  • Cash
  • Checks
  • Major debit & credit cards
  • Western Union money transfers
  • E-Checks
  • Wells Fargo business account deposits

Our clients can also choose to make some of these payments over the phone, online, or through our website. We provide all of this flexibility to make paying for the bail bond as easy and affordable as possible. A client can use one payment type for a few months, and then switch to something else if they need to. The choice is theirs.

If you are ready to bail a friend or family member out of jail, just call 951-684-4484 or click Chat With Us now.

Use Your Tax Return to Post Bail

Use Your Tax Return to Post Bail

It’s that time of the year again where everyone needs to sit down and file their taxes. Some people may be receiving a very sizable check from the government after doing that. This leaves many with the enviable problem of having money to send, and no idea what to do with it. Of course, the smart thing to do would be to put it away in case of an emergency.

Of course, you could already be facing family emergency if one of your loved ones has been arrested. If someone you care about is currently in jail, then you should use the money from your tax return to help post bail. You can put that extra bit of money to good use.

Bail in the state of California is not cheap, it typically costs several thousands of dollars. This is why most people turn to bail bond companies for help. A bail bond only costs 10% of the price of the bail itself. You can get even more discounts by going to Riverside Bail Bonds for help.

Here at Riverside Bail Bonds we provide our clients with affordable bail bonds. On top of that, we offer personalized payment plans for all of our clients and additional discounts for those that qualify. Clients with approved credit can get their bail bond at 0% down, which means they do not have to make a payment until a month after their loved one is released from jail.

Having an extra bit of cash from your tax returns can go a very long way. So, if you are getting a sizable check from the government after filling your taxes, consider putting it away for a rainy day or using it to bail out your loved one. You will be glad you did.

Bailing Someone Out Is Easier Than You Think

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If this is your first time attempting to bail someone out of jail, you are probably curious as to how the bail process works. Bail is not a topic of conversation that comes up in normal situations. This leads to many people not knowing how bail works. Luckily, the experts here at Riverside Bail Bonds know everything there is to know about bail.

To start, bail is assigned to a person after they are arrested. A judge determines the bail amount based off of several factors. These factors are:

  • The crime committed.
  • The person’s criminal record.
  • The chance of the person running when out on bail.
  • The threat the person may present to the community.

The judge uses these factors to determine the person’s bail amount.

Once a person has been assigned bail, he or she can be bailed out of jail. This can be done one of 2 ways. Either the full bail amount can be paid to the court, or the person can hire a bail agent. If a person decides to pay the bail themselves, they will need to pay the full amount of the bail in cash to the court. At the end of the trial, the money will be returned to the person who paid it.

If the person hires a bail agent, they will not have to pay the full amount of the bail. Instead, they will only have to pay 10% of the bail to their bail agent. The agent will take care of the rest. The upside to hiring a bail agent, the person gets more flexible payment options with a smaller amount of money being owed. The downside, the money paid to the bail agent will not be returned at the end of the trial. This is because the money is considered payment for the agent’s services, which were completed once the person was bailed out of jail.

Bailing someone out of jail can be really easy, so long as you get a bail bond from a professional company like Riverside Bail Bonds. We offer discounts for qualified clients and personalized payment plans for all of our clients. Coming to us for help is easier and much more affordable than paying for the bail on your own.

You can talk to a bail agent right now by calling 951-684-4484 or by clicking Chat With Us now.

A Look at Some of the Most Expensive Bails in United States History

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A few weeks ago, a Northern California woman named Tiffany Li had posted the country’s 8th highest bail in the U.S.’s state court history. Li, accused of murdering her ex-boyfriend and father to her two young children, was given a $35 million bail. She posted twice that amount in property. The equity in these properties comes from her family and business associates.Her family is rich and powerful in China, so meeting the bail requirements was hardly a struggle for Li. The $70 million in equity was reviewed and everything checked out properly, granting Li her release from custody.

As mentioned, this is an extremely expensive bail. Let us take a look at some even more expensive bails from the past.

Mr. and Mrs. Kenning Ma– $100 million and $75 million, respectively
Kenning Ma and his wife were accused of fraud. They sold vehicles without ever having the proper smog certificates. Kenning Ma’s bail was set at $100 million while hers was $75 million. Both were eventually found guilty.

Julius Meinl– $133 million
At the time of his arrest, Julius Meinl was a British billionaire. He had undisclosed share buybacks that were linked to his European Land Company. He paid his $133 million bail.

Michael Milken– $250 million
1989 saw a very high profile Wall Street case. Michael Milken was at the center of it all, being accused on 98 counts of fraud and racketeering. His bail was set at $250 million and eventually, he was found guilty.

Not everyone’s bail is going to be in the millions. The more serious the crime(s), and the more they are considered a flight risk, the higher the bail will be. Having a prior criminal history will also be a reason for an inflated bail. Nonetheless, bail, no matter the amount, is going to be pricey since it is an unexpected cost that no one ever wants to pay, or is financially prepared to pay.

In case you, or someone you know, is ever in the situation of needing to pay a bail, then you can alleviate financial stress by using a bail bond instead of just cash bail. Cash bail means you would pay 100% of the bail up front before the defendant is released. With a bail bond, you would only pay 10% of the full bail amount, and you would have a payment plan to work with. Riverside Bail Bonds is a great bail bond company to work with.

For a free consultation, contact us at 951-684-4484 or go online.

Still Time to Use your Tax Return for Bail

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Most of us by now, have had our tax return directly deposited in the bank. Sweet! “Free” money! Have you thought about what you are going to do with the money? Will you save it? Will you spend it? Will you divvy it up for various needs and wants? What about making the bail bond payment that you have scheduled?

Tax return money is acceptable money for bail bond payments. As soon as the transaction has cleared and the money is deposited into your account, then it is 100% your money to use as you like. Just like you have been paying your previous bail bond payments with your cash, check, or credit or debit card, you can use your tax return money in this way as well.

Even if you are up-to-date on bail bond payments, it never hurts to get ahead or budget ahead. This will be beneficial to you because it is one stressful thing that you can put behind you, sooner, so you can then turn your attention toward other needs.

One of the best things about using a bail bond to get your loved one out of jail is that Riverside Bail Bonds will set you up with a custom payment plan. Mark your calendar for when payments are due to avoid falling behind because the consequences are not too friendly.

If you ever need to consult your Riverside Bail Bonds agent during the process, they are available and ready to help. Just call 951-684-4484 or chat with the agent online.

Debunking Common Bail Bond Myths

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Contrary to popular belief, bail agents do not dress and talk like a bodyguard or club bouncer. Some may have the build of one, but not all of us. You really have nothing to be afraid or intimidated of when you approach a bail bond company like Moreno Valley Bail Bond Store. In fact, we are some of the most genuine, helpful, and honest strangers you will ever meet. Here are some more real truths to those very fake myths.

Myth: Bail bonds are scams.
Truth: Bail bonds are not scams. There is nothing sketchy here. The bail bond industry is a legitimate business that is an alternative to cash bail and a 100% legal way to get a loved one out of jail. The premium costs 10% of the full bail amount and comes with a payment plan, 0% interest, and no hidden fees. We work directly with you, the court, and the jail to get the process over and done with, to get your loved one freed.

Myth: Bail bondsmen can negotiate for a lower bail.
Truth: Unfortunately, bail bondsmen cannot negotiate a lower bail for your loved one. In addition, it is rare for a judge to lower bail once it has been declared in court. Though your Moreno Valley Bail Bond Store agent cannot lower bail, we can get you a payment plan that is tailored to your financial needs so financial stress is less of an issue.

Myth: Bail bonds must be paid for in cash.
Truth: Cash is an accepted form of payment, but so is debit, credit, and checks. Bail bonds are designed to be more accommodating, convenient, and flexible. Whatever form of payment you wish to make is up to you – just make sure payments are made on time.

Consultations are free and we are happy to help you out!

Still have questions? Call up Moreno Valley Bail Bond Store at 951-684-4484 or speak with an agent online.

How can You Pay for Bail?

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Murrieta Bail Bond Store provides affordable bail bonds for defendants who are held in California jails. Bail bonds are an alternative method to posting bail and costs only 10% of the full bail amount. On top of that, this 10%, called the premium, is paid in increments over a payment plan, custom created to meet your financial needs. Here are the different ways you can pay for the bail bond:

Cash and checks – Bring it in or mail it.

Debit and credit – Swing by an office to make a transaction, or go online and use our convenient and secure online payment portal.

Tax return – Technically this would just fall under any of the above because once your tax return clears and is in your bank account, you would then proceed to pay for the bail bond in one of the above ways. Your tax return becomes extra money to you, which means it can be used to pay for your bail bond.

Bail bonds are the more convenient, affordable, and flexible way to posting bail and Murrieta Bail Bond Store will prove it.

Get a free consultation from a friendly agent anytime, just reach out online or call 951-684-4484 .

Your Loved One is Counting on You for Bail

Highgroove Bail Bond Store

If you are still waiting on your tax return, take this time to think about how you want to use this money. If you find that you have been a little short on money recently, this tax return will come in handy.

Obviously, you want to prioritize necessary payments. These include rent, utility bills, bank statements, and loans. For some families, a necessary payment can even include paying off a bail bond for a family member. This is a priority payment because it keeps the loved one out of jail. If you miss a payment, your loved one can be taken back into custody.

Your loved one is counting on you to help pay off their bail bond. You donot want to let them down. Consider putting your tax return money toward their bail. Talk to your Highgroove Bail Bond Store bail agent for further advice and guidance, since they are available 24/7.

You can contact us both online, and at 951-684-4484 .

Consider Using Tax Returns for Bail

Riverside Bail Bonds

Wise spending and budgeting is an excellent quality to have because every now and then, there are purchases or payments that need to be made that a person was never financially prepared for. One example is when a person suddenly learns they need to pay for their sibling’s bail.

Now, we at Riverside Bail Bonds would rather that you and your family never have to go through such an experience,but unfortunately, this kind of stuff happens. Fortunately, Riverside Bail Bonds is here to assist any and all families thrown into such a loop. We will work with you to create a customized payment plan for your bail bond and it will be modified to work around your financial needs and be as hassle-free as possible. Payments can be made in cash, credit, debit, or checks. If you are in need of a bail bond around this time of year, consider using your tax return to help alleviate costs, it could be a big help.

Our bail bond consultations are free and we are available 24/7. So even if you need to talk to us at 3 AM, we will be here to help get your loved one home safe and sound.

Reach Riverside Bail Bonds online, or at 951-684-4484 .

Getting Arrested Is Not the End of the World

Temecula Bail Bond Store

It is not the end of their world when a person is arrested. It will seem like it to them, but it is up to their friends, family members, and Temecula Bail Bond Store to show them that it is not.

An arrest is a temporary, unplanned event. If it happens, there is no getting out of it. It must be dealt with maturely, responsibly, and hopefully, very quickly. Temecula Bail Bond Store will help with the speediness of it all by providing an affordable bail bond and a customized payment plan that fits the financial needs of those involved with the payments.

Temecula Bail Bond Store has been in the bail bond industry for 30 years and we have helped thousands of people in all kinds of situations. Today, many of our former clients are happy and successful; they managed to bury that troubled time in the past and move on.

Getting past this situation will take time,but it will happen. People just need to keep their heads up and provide support, just likeTemecula Bail Bond Store will for anyone and everyone who needs our services.

We can be reached 24/7 both online, and at 951-684-4484 .