Premium Payment Plans
We understand that the cost of a bail bond isn’t something people plan ahead for. Most Brevard County bail bonds agencies will need payment before posting a bond. At AAmerican Bailbonds, we give our customers flexible payment plans, often times with no collateral. We believe these additional payment options give our clients some breathing room after an unforeseen event.
-No Money Down Payment Plans*
-10% Down Payment Plans
-20% Down Payment Plans Qualifying for Financing
In most cases, to be a qualifying applicant for a AAmerican Bail bonds payment plan, you need to own a home and/or have a good credit score. Those that do not fit these payment option guidelines may want to ask a friend or family member to cosign the bail bonds contract.
AAmerican Bailbonds takes into consideration how long the client has been living in Florida, status of employment, type of criminality, credit score and other related aspects. We are as creative and understanding as we can be. The majority of the time, we can offer no collateral bonds for your convenience.
We realize that everyone has varying credit scores. We regulate our financing by looking for clients that make their monthly payments in a timely manner and have built up some credit (rather than not having any credit). We can state whether you are eligible for our bail bond financing options in just minutes from the Brevard County bail bonds star.
- Master Card
- American Express
- Money Order
- Wire Transfers
We offer No Collateral on most Bail on Brevard County Bail Bonds.
WHAT IS COLLATERAL
Collateral is something of value that is used to secure a debt or ensure payment. Sometimes a Brevard County bail bonds company will receive collateral in order to ensure that the defendant appears in court. Most bail bond collateral is in the form of real estate or cash. A Brevard County bail bonds company must return your collateral at the resolution of the case.
At AAmerican Bail Bonds, collateral is generally not required for most Brevard County bail bonds . We write most bail as “signature bonds” meaning the nature of the case, your good credit history and stability in the community leads us to believe we do not need collateral.
IS COLLATERAL REQUIRED?
Not with AAmerican Bail Bonds,. We often negotiate no collateral bail bonds. These are called signature bonds. We find that most of our customers are eligible for a signature bond.
As part of the bail bond process, we will need you to answer many questions for the bail application. We look at many factors such as the length of time living in Brevard County, employment situation, credit rating, character, type of crime, and other factors. These factors are considered for both the defendant and the indemnitor (person signing the bail bond). We do this so that we can determine risk and, hopefully, not require collateral.
If you’re arranging a bond for a friend or family member, make sure you’re aware of your Brevard County bail bonds indemnitor responsibility. By signing the bail agreement, you are obligating yourself to pay the entire amount of the bail bond if the defendant fails to appear in court and cannot be located.
WHEN IS BAIL BOND COLLATERAL RETURNED?
When the defendant’s case has been completed and all financial obligations are satisfied, collateral is returned to the individual who pledged it. We realize that not everyone has a perfect background, but most of our customers find it easy to qualify for a signature bond. We also offer many payment options and our bail agents can help you arrange an affordable bail bond that meets all the requirements of Brevard County law.
To speak with one of our licensed Brevard County bondsman and for immediate bail service, please call (321-639-5151).