Payment plans that soften the blow of posting bail
Listen, there is no shame in admitting when a family member or friend calls to say he/she has been arrested. Will you help or not? It isn’t that you don't want to support, but it’s not like you could afford more hits to the wallet. Especially one that could tie up thousands of your hard-earned dollars for long periods of time. Where a bondsman could help with the total cost, even just the initial fee could cause some financial issues that you just don’t need at this time.
It’s a situation that we see time and time again. Family members wonder if its worth it to post bail for a family member. Though we can’t answer that question directly, we can offer some information that can help with the decision. First and foremost, we have your back.
At Raleigh Bail Bonds, LLC, we understand the financial burden that accompanies posting bail for your loved ones. To make the process easier for you, we have designed several creative financing payment options for you.
We know that every situation is unique and develop our payment plans to reflect that. However, as the local bail bondsman in Raleigh, North Carolina, we always provide:
- Zero percent (0%) interest rates.
- Flexible payment plans on high bonds ($10,000+). Down payments as low as 2.85%.
- Free consultations.
- No credit checks.
We also pride ourselves on being willing to work with your unique situation. Doing our best always makes the process as seamless as possible in order to help you understand the process with ease. We are not blind to your struggles and are committed to working with you every step of the way to ensure that by paying your bail bondsman in Raleigh, you are able to do so without added financial hardship. Raleigh Bail Bonds, LLC, promises to always work to find a way to make your situation work with your payment plan.
Important payment plan information to note:
We would never push you into a situation that didn’t work for you and your family’s situation. As professional, licensed bond agents, we work to find solutions to this distressing problem and take the time to fully explain what it means to post a bond for a loved one. When bail is set, and you enter a bond agreement with us, you contract to pay 15% of the amount to us as a fee. But with our lowest down payment options, we can post the bond and have you and your loved one reunited. So, if the bail amount was set by the court at $10,000, you’ll pay us $500 down to initialize the bond and we’ll pay the entire bond.
Though it can seem confusing at first, understanding exactly what you are getting into when you hope to bail a loved one out of jail can help make the process less unsettling. We encourage you to feel free to call us with any and all questions regarding the process and your best options. Our team is ready to assist at 919-324-2960.
A few important details to remember are that all payment plans are subject to approval. This may include the potential requirement of collateral, in order to protect the total face amount of the bail set by the courts. FTA (failure to appear) arrests and out-of-county charges do not qualify for low down payment plan rates. Other than those restrictions, please keep in mind the following:
Cosigner qualification requirements are as follows –
- On same job at least 12 months
- Verifiable salary of at least $2,000 a month
- An open checking account
- 21 years or older