19 Jul You Don’t Have to Drain Your Bank Account for Bail
The idea of posting someone’s bail is something that never crosses a person’s mind until they are actually faced with the decision. No one ever wants to imagine that someone they care about could get arrested, and they definitely don’t want to think about posting his bail. Still, people do get arrested, and often without warning. This can leave loved ones with the dilemma of rescuing their loved one from jail at the cost of their bank account, or leaving their loved one to fend for themselves.
If you are like most people, the idea of leaving a friend or family member to fend for himself in jail doesn’t sit right. You can’t just abandon him, and so you choose to post bail no matter what it costs. While bail in California typically costs several thousands of dollars, it can actually be made cheaper and more affordable by contacting Victorville Bail Bonds.
Since 1987, Victorville Bail Bonds has helped Californians afford their loved one’s bail by providing bail bonds that only cost 10% of the full bail price. This gives our clients a 90% discount right of the bat, but we don’t stop there. We also provide personalized payment plans for each client and additional discounts for clients who qualify.
One of the discounts we offer is an additional 20% off the price of the bail bond. This means that instead of paying 10% of the full bail price, they only pay 8%. To qualify for this discount, one of the co-signers has to meet just one of the following requirements.
- Is a union member.
- Is a member of the military.
- Is a member of AARP.
- Is a homeowner.
- Has a private attorney.
As long as one of those requirements is met, then a client can qualify for the discount.
You may have never considered bailing someone out of jail before, but once your loved one got arrested, you refused to abandon him no matter the cost. Fortunately for you, Victorville Bail Bonds is here to make bail affordable for you. With help from professional bail agents, you can get your loved one out of jail without draining your bank account.