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How Bail Bond Payment Plans Work?

Affordable Payments Options - Connecticut Bail Bonds


Connecticut Bail Bonds

Are you stuck in jail if you can’t pay bail?

Fortunately, no, you’re not. We at Liza Davis Bail Bonds offer you a way out: payment plans.

So how do bail bond payment plans work?

We’re glad you asked. That’s exactly what we’re about to explain to you in the following guide.
You’ll learn all the specifics of bail bond pricing, down payments, interest (or lack thereof), and repayment timelines right here.

Find the answers to all your bail bond payment questions in this guide.

Who or What Determines the Price of Bail?

The minimum price of bail is set by the State of Connecticut. The specific price for each case is determined by the police or by the court at the time of sentencing.

Who or What Determines the Price of Bail Bonds?

The bail bond fees, terms/conditions, and interest are determined by the bail bond agency (us). 

What Fees, Interest, and Down Payment Do Bail Bondsmen Charge?

Fees are determined on a case-by-case basis. And, just so you know, our fees are the lowest allowed by the state of Connecticut.
As for interest, we don’t charge any. If you’d like to pay interest, you’ll have to choose another bail bond agency, sorry.
The minimum down payment, as set by the State of Connecticut, is 35% of the bail bond premium. (The “premium” just means the fees you pay us for bailing you out.)
So, let’s say you get a $5,000 bail bond and our fees total $500. Your down payment to be released from jail is 35% of $500, which is $175. In this case, $175 is all you’d have to pay for your release, not the full $5,000.

What If I Have No Money?

If you have difficulty paying your premium, there are options. First, you can use valuable items or property as collateral. This could be jewelry (properly appraised), valuable electronics, your car, or real estate.
You can also get a bail bond loan. Or perhaps you can borrow from a loved one.

How Long Do I Have to Pay the Bail Bond Premium?

The bail bond premium must be paid in full within 15 months of the bail being posted. This length of time is set by Connecticut state law.

How Do I Make Payments?

There are many acceptable ways we allow you to submit your bail bond payment. First, there’s payment by mail. You can mail your payment check to our office at 58 Washington Street Middletown, CT 06457.
Next, we accept electronic payment via all major credit cards or by debit card. We also accept PayPal, Western Union, Cash App, Apple Pay, and Venmo. Electronic payments can be made online or over the phone.
It’s even possible to make arrangements for one of our team members to come out to you to collect payment.

How Can I Get a Bail Bond, Set Up a Payment Plan, or Get More Information?

Why, contact us, of course! We are available 24 hours a day to help you out and answer your questions.

Bail Bond Payment Plans Can Get You Out

If you thought you were stuck with no way out, we’re glad we could prove you wrong. Our bail bond payment plans can get you out of a tight spot. 
Contact us now to set up your bail bond payment plan.

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