Have you recently discovered that your best friend has been arrested? You have always been there for you friend and you want to help by bailing him or her out of jail as quickly as you can. However, you are coming to the realization that bailing someone out of jail can be very costly. You are not sure you can afford to post your friend’s bail, until you discover Absolute Bail Bonds in Gardena-Compton.
Absolute Bail Bonds in Gardena-Compton is a statewide company that has been bailing Californians out of jail since 1987. We have years of experience with bail bonds, which means we understand how difficult it can be to afford to post someone’s bail. It is a huge expense that comes up out of nowhere. This is why we try to make it more affordable for our clients.
We offer discounts to qualified clients to make paying for the bail bond easier. For one discount, we offer our clients 20% off the price of the bail bond. This way, they only have to pay 8% of their loved one’s bail, instead of the usual 10%. To qualify for this discount, one of the co-signers of the bail bond has to be a union member, a member of the military, a member of AARP, a homeowner, or have a private attorney. That’s all it takes to save 20% on a bail bond.
Another way that we make bail bonds more affordable for our clients is by offering the first month free. This means your loved one gets out of jail, and you do not have to make a payment until a month later. This allows clients more time to prepare to bail out their loved one while still getting him or her out of jail quickly. A client needs good credit to qualify to get the first month free.
Lastly, we create personalized payment plans for all of our clients because no two situations are the same. By creating individual payment plans, are clients are able to afford their loved one’s bail bond. We will work with you to create a payment plan that fits into your monthly budget. With help from Absolute Bail Bonds in Gardena-Compton, you will not have to break your bank account to rescue your friend from jail.