We offer payments as little as 1% down to get you out of jail. Our 1% bail bonds is industry-leading in California. When you call us or apply online for bail bonds, let us know if you would like more information about this program for your case.
Some basic qualifications include:
- Not being considering a high flight risk
- Having a good credit score helps, but is not neccessary in all cases
- Co-signers help reduce the risk to us financially and you should have one when asking for a 1% bai bonds
- Established residency, showing that you’ve lived in the same home for years as an example
- People who are going through there very first arrest have a great liklihood to be eligible for a 1% down payment plan
- Your criminal charges or alleged complaint can not include any of the following: PC530.5, PC496(A), PC1275, PC487, PC29800, any Health & Safety codes, or any prior strikes on your criminal record
How to Get Started on Your 1% Bail Bonds
When you are looking to get started, please call us at (877) 330-5557. You can also visit one of our many local bail bondsmen locations here in California. In addition, we have offices in every country in the state so that we are always as close as possible to the jail you need to be released from.
Please keep in mind that while we offer a 1% down payment program to get out of jail, this usually means there will be payments every month you will have to make. So ask what they are and make certain that you or your family can handle the financial burden before posting a bond that will create hardship if you cannot afford the costs.
Have Questions About 1% Bail Bonds?
With the increase in bail bond rates this 2021, you will find many companies that offer a lower down payment for their services. However, most of these deals are just an upfront fee and then your family has to pay all the costs after paying off this initial 1%. It is important to note that since there’s little transparency over what goes into calculating your overall cost of fees when using most bail bonds companies there might be hidden charges not included with any quote or estimate provided by these agencies.
Make certain that you understand all the associated fees with your bond. We try to be as transparent as possible with each and every client that comes through our doors.
You’ve probably been hearing lots about California-based one percent (1%) bail bonds lately; it seems like everyone’s offering them at cheaper and more affordable rates than ever before! But keep in mind: while those advertisements may seem attractive at first glance, make certain you understand all the details about your one percent bail bond. This is definitely a time to read the paperwork and not just sign away your future financials.
Making A Decision To Do A Payment Plan
When you enter into an agreement in regards to a 1% bail bonds down payment, there will be other financial costs no matter who you post a bond with. Now you can negotiate for as low as 7% of your total bond to be paid. Usually, though, this is reserved for clients who pay off the whole 7% either prior to release or shortly thereafter.
Depending on your situation though, avoid making agreements that you will not be able to pay. This is important because then you can end up back in custody at your local jail if you fail too far behind on payments.
We would always prefer to work with you to keep you out of jail. Make certain to keep up on your check-ins and stay in clear communication with our office. We don’t just rush out to put you back in custody when you miss a payment. We will call first and try to work out a later date of payment if you get behind.
We understand that after you make a 1% bail bonds payment, you have a lot going on in your life to work out. Let us know if there is any way we can be of assistance. It doesn’t hurt to ask, you’d be surprised how many unique situations we’ve been able to guide people through with the resources at our disposal.