No matter what industry you look at, you will be able to find that it is regulated by the government in some way. This is to help ensure that these businesses operate in such a way that is beneficial to their clients. One of the industries that is heavily regulated, is the bail bonds industry.
The California Department of Insurance (DOI) is in charge of monitoring all bail bond companies in the state to ensure that the companies are not taking advantage of their clients. One way that the DOI regulates bail bond companies, is by controlling how much they can charge a client. This is why, in the state of California, all bail bond companies charge 10% of the bail they will be paying for. Some companies are allowed to only charge their clients 8%.
The DOI is also responsible for monitoring bail bond companies and preventing them from taking advantage of clients who are in a stressful situation. They do this, by investigating any complaints that they receive about one of the companies or its agents. Anyone who feels that they have been wronged by a bail agent, is encouraged to report the incident to the DOI. They will investigate the matter, and if they find that the complaint is justified, they will act.
Absolute Bail Bonds in Los Angeles has never been investigated by the DOI, and therefore we have no justified complaints against us. This is due to the fact that we take care of all of our clients. We treat them with the dignity and respect that deserve. Our clients get nothing but the best bail help from Absolute Bail Bonds in Los Angeles.