The Easiest Payment Plans for Your Ct Bail
While we do require a small down payment, usually a percentage of the bond, if you can’t pay it all don’t worry about it!
If you can pay it all off at once, that’s fine. But if you can’t, we have weekly, bi-weekly and monthly payment plans available. And the best part is you can spread these payments over 15 months –that’s the maximum duration provided by the state.
We’ll work with you to figure out a payment plan that works for you. For us, the ultimate goal is to get you or your loved one out quickly. If you need more clarifications or just need help with bail, call Connecticut Bail Bonds Group right now on 1 800 522 4534.
Payment Options for Connecticut Bail Bonds Group
If your loved one has been arrested and you need help with getting them out quickly but don’t have the funds for bail, we can help. Our Statewide Connecticut bail bonds service can post bail on your behalf so that your loved ones get out as quickly as possible.
Because we understand that getting arrested is usually an unforeseen event, and many people don’t have the cash reserve to post their loved ones’ bail, we’ve provided multiple arrangements and payment options that’ll make it easy for your loved one to make bail.
There’s nothing more frightening than knowing that your relative will be sleeping in jail just because you can’t pay their bail money. Don’t let this happen to you. Connecticut Bail Bonds Group is here to help.
Connecticut Bail Bonds Fees and Payment
In the state of Connecticut, the bail bond fees are set by the state. So, we cannot charge more or less than what’s required by the state. So, whatever fees you see here, are the same across the entire state.
You can use our easy CT Bail Calculator to see your exact bail fee or calculate it as 10 percent for the first $5,000, and 7 percent on every dollar afterward up to $10,000. So, our fees for a $5,000 bond would be $500 and an extra $175 for a $7,500 bond (making a total of $675).
How We Accept Payment
The payment is pretty simple. We accept Paypal, Visa, Amex, MasterCard, and Discover cards. And if you prefer a bank transfer, that can be easily arranged. Whatever works for you, really.