Most people are unaware that purchasing Santa Rita bail bonds is not like buying a kitchen appliance or a car. They will call around from bondsman to bondsman trying to haggle a better deal. In other cases, they may try to get a deep discount by offering to pay the full cost in cash- in exchange for 2% Santa Rita bail bonds service.
What most people don’t realize is the cost to purchase bail bonds is not set company by company. The bail industry in California is regulated by the State Department of Insurance. They, not individual bondsman, set the rate at which people in our industry are to charge our clients. That rate is 10%. If someone’s bail has been set at $20,000 you can expect to pay $2,000 to purchase a bail bond. Selling Santa Rita bail bonds for more or less than the legal rate is actually against the law.
If someone is offering to sell you 2% bail bonds you should know this person is committing a crime. Have they asked you post collateral? If so, can you be sure they will return it to you at the end of the defendant’s case? On the front end discount Santa Rita bail bonds can seem like a good idea, but they can wind up costing you a lot more down the road.
If you have additional questions about how bail works or to learn if you are eligible for 0% bail bonds financing call Adelante Bail Bonds for immediate assistance.
For more information on the cost of Santa Rita bail bonds, call Adelante Bail Bonds at 510-291-4169, an expert bail bondsman is here to take your call 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.