When you find out a friend or family member got arrested, it can be very difficult to handle. You can feel lost and alone as you try to figure out how to rescue your loved one. Most people do not have a plan ready for a situation like this, but luckily there is a solution. San Marcos Bail Bond Store and our bail agents are here to help you.
We are a family-owned company and have been since our founding in 1987. We have nearly 30 years of bail experience at our disposal. We do not stop there. Every other year, we put our bail bondsmen through training and retraining to keep them at their very best. We want to be able to give you and your loved one the best bail service in California.
Our bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We can always offer you our assistance. On top of that, we have offices and bail agents located all over California. No matter where or when you get arrested, San Marcos Bail Bond Store can be there for you and your loved one.
Unlike our competitors, who are only out to make more money, San Marcos Bail Bond Store is here to help you. As soon as you call us, one of our bail agents will begin the process of bailing your friend or family member out of jail. Our skilled bail agent will be able to find your loved one’s information with just your loved one’s name, birthday, and the county where he or she was arrested.
From there, our bail agents will be your guides through the entire bail bonds process and answer any questions that you might have regarding your loved one’s arrest and bail. We can tell you why your friend or family member was arrested, and how much it will cost to bail him or her out of jail.
Not only will San Marcos Bail Bond Store take care of you during your difficult time, we will make sure to help you quickly. Depending on the county where your friend or family member was arrested, we can have him or her out of jail in as little as 2 hours. Why would you want to use any other bail bonds company? Let San Marcos Bail Bond Store help you rescue your loved one from jail today.