You May Be Surprised To Learn the Truth
In the bail bond industry, there are many questions that we are asked on a daily basis. One that concerns a lot of people, is: what is better for bailing out my loved one, a bail bondsman or a bail agent? We get this question quite a lot at Tenderloin Bail Bond Store, so now we are here to save you some time and worry.
There is no difference between a bail bondsman and a bail agent. They are 2 separate titles for the same job, meaning a bail agent is a bail bondsman and vice-versa. Bail agent tends to be the more preferred of the 2 titles due to the fact that it is gender neutral.
If this was one of your concerns when you were looking to bail a friend or family member out of jail, now you can rest easy...
Winter Break is a favorite of college students. Getting to go home to spend a few weeks with family and friends, and even getting to hit the slopes. It is all fun, and hopefully no school work. Many students who live away from home for college will be driving back home and others will book flights. For those who are driving, especially taking long drives, like up and down Interstate 5, we would like to bear warning for driving conditions. It is winter after all, and that can alter driving habits.
Drivers, please make sure your lights, windshield wipers, and brakes are all working properly. Check treads on your tires, and make sure there is enough air in them before making the long drive. Always keep headlights on when windshield wipers are in use...
If it is supposed to be the happiest time of the year, what is your loved one doing in jail? Jail is definitely not a happy place to be. It is not warm and inviting like home is during the holidays. Thinking about how your loved one is doing in jail is upsetting, so why do this to yourself and make them sit in jail any longer then they need to? Contact Tenderloin Bail Bond Store, we will get your loved one out of jail.
During your free consultation with a bail agent from Tenderloin Bail Bond Store, you will see how we can get your loved one out of jail. We will work with you on a customized payment plan, which will be 10% of the full bail amount, called the premium. Bail bonds are more flexible than cash bail and you get a professional bail agent’s assistance.
Most people use bail bond...
If it ever came down to it, would you agree to help pay for your loved one’s bail bond, or would you rather someone else take care of the problem so you do not have to be financially involved?
Pros to helping your loved one bail out of jail:
• They can get out of jail faster.
• They can return home and go to work.
• They will be surrounded by supportive loved ones, and comfort.
• They are more likely to begin self-growth and handle the future responsibly.
• Your relationship and bond with them will grow stronger.
Cons to helping your loved one bail out of jail:
• You will have to adjust your finances to compensate paying for a bail bond even though you will have a flexible payment plan.
• They will remain in jail.
• They will be surrounded by intimidating and potentially dangerous inma...