BE AWARE OF BAIL BOND SCAMMERS!
Scammers are calling the Indemnitor, defendant and/or their loved ones claiming they work for our agency demanding additional fees to be paid immediately to keep the defendant out of bond. The scammer finds your name and phone number and will tell you to wire transfer money or meet them in person. Don’t Fall For The Scam. We, here at A Triple X Bail bonds have put in protective measures to protect you from this fraud. Should you receive a phone call demanding money get the person’s name and phone number. Please do not fall victim to this scam.
DO NOT WIRE ANY MONEY! CALL US IMMEDIATELY!
WHAT QUESTIONS SHOULD YOU ASK BEFORE CHOOSING A BAIL BONDSMAN?
How large a bond can you post?
100.00 to 5 million dollars.
What separates you from your competitors?
Vast knowledge of the industry, reliable and fast.
What are the types of crimes you post bonds for?
State and Federal bonds in 48 states, for both state and federal offenses.
How fast can you react from call to being bailed out?
Fast services before you get booked in, and after you're booked in, your quick release is A Triple X Bail Bond's goal.
What is a bail bond?
Bail bond is any form conditions of pretrial release for incarceration.
Cash bond means you pay the full amount of the bond through the courts or the jail/ or set in jail until the case is over.
If people don’t post a bond, what are their alternatives? Does anyone other than the folks that get arrested and face jail time or their lawyers work with you, such as parents and friends?
We work with the defendant, boss/owners, HR department of business, grandparents, parents & friends.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU’RE STOPPED BY THE POLICE:
Be polite and respectful. Never bad-mouth a police officer. Stay calm and in control of your words, body language and emotions.
Don’t get into an argument with the police. Remember, anything you say or do can be used against you in court.
Keep your hands where the police can see them.
Don’t run. Don’t touch any police officer.
Don’t resist even if you believe you are innocent. Don’t complain on the scene or tell the police they are wrong or that you’re going to file a complaint.
Do not make any statements regarding the incident.
Ask for a lawyer immediately upon your arrest.
Remember officer's badges and & patrol car numbers.
Write down everything you remember a.s.a.p.
Try to find a witness and get their names and phone numbers.
If you are injured, take photos of the injuries as soon as possible, but make sure to seek medical attention first.
If you feel your rights have been violated, file a written complaint with the police department internal affairs division or civilian complaint board.