Huntington Beach Bail Bonds 18090 Beach Blvd., Suite 2, Huntington Beach, CA 92648
(714) 960-4402 24 Hour Bail Bonds - California Department of Insurance License #1674109

Bail Bond Payment Plans

Bail Bond Payment PlansBail Bond Payment Plans generally require at least half of the bail bond premium up front before the bail bond will be posted. Payment of the other half can be discussed with the bail agent. We need reasonable assurance we will get paid. The person who signs to guarantee the bail bond payment generally has to be working and have decent credit. There are exceptions. For example, a retired homeowner would usually qualify to guarantee payments. 

EXAMPLES OF BAIL BOND PAYMENT PLANS WE OFFER

$10,000 bail  X 10% = $1,000 bail bond premium (cost to bail the person out.)

  • $500 paid in cash before the bail bond is posted at the jail. $500 promissory note signed by 1 or 2 people who are working and have decent credit. Payments of $100 a month until paid in full.
  • The first payment is due in two weeks.

 $50,000 bail  X 10% = $5,000 

  • $2,500 paid by credit card before the bail bond is posted at the jail.
  • $2,500 promissory note signed by 1 or 2 people who are working and have decent credit. Payable in payments of $250 a month until paid in full.
  • The first payment is due in a month.

$100,000 bail  X 10% = $10,000 

  • $3,000 paid by credit card before the bail bond is posted at the jail.
  • $2,000 instant rebate $5,000 promissory note signed by 2 people who are working and have good credit. Payable in payments of $500 a month until paid in full.
  • The first payment is due in a month.

The above payment plans are examples of possible payment plans. Each situation is unique and will be evaluated in order to determine how we can best help each individual client. The more we know about your situation, the better we can help.

GUARANTEED RELEASE

We guarantee your friend or loved one will be released on our bail bond or your money back.

REFUND POLICY

A full refund will be granted if the person is not released from custody on our bail bond.  
Otherwise, the bail bond premium is non-refundable. The premium is fully earned upon the release of the arrestee from custody. In situations where the defendant is not in custody, the bail bond premium is fully earned when the bail bond has been posted to the criminal case.
There are no refunds even if the charges are not filed, the person is rearrested, it was a wrongful arrest, etc.. When the bail bond is exonerated (released) by the court, any outstanding payments for the bail bond premium are still due. Please refer to the Bail Bond Agreement for a full explanation.