“How can I pay for my bail bond?”
How to pay for bail bonds depends on how you are processing the bond. When using a licensed CT bail bondsman you pay the bondsman or bail agency. You can pay the bail in cash, however, there are other forms of bail payments accepted.
These are difficult and uncertain times, but one thing remains certain. People suspected of committing a crime will be arrested and in need of assistance. If that is the case with you or a loved one, rest assured that 3-D Bail Bonds will be there to help. How you pay for bail bonds dictates whether you can access all forms of payments or not. One of many concerns among Connecticut residents these days is accessing cash. Some may have lost their jobs and others may be sick fighting coronavirus. To help, during this Coronavirus crisis we have implemented more ways to pay for bail bonds and affordable payment plans.
How to pay for bail bonds using a CT bondsman
These are available ways to pay for bail bonds using a bondsman at 3-D Bail Bonds
Pay with Cash
While cash is the most common way to pay for bail bonds is not the only way. Keep in mind that when you do pay with cash, you need to obtain a receipt from the bail bondsman.
Pay with Credit Cards
Paying with a credit card for a bail bond is very common especially now with the coronavirus outbreak in the US. Most credit cards are accepted 24 hours a day. The credit cards accepted for bail bonds include Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover and more. We also offer an auto-payment service when you choose to use our financing options. NOTE: 3-D Bail bonds waives all fees when using credit cards.
Pay with Debit cards
We welcome debit cards at all times. When running a transaction in person, remember that you will need your personal code to process as a debit card.
Pre-paid credit cards
This applies to pre-purchased credit cards including Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. No feed added for the use of any type of credit card.
Personal checks are very convenient to use instead of carrying cash. Personal ID verification may be necessary when using a personal check.
A business check is widely accepted followed by a quick verification.
Here is the list of online and app-based ways to pay for bail bonds
- Apple Pay
- Android Pay
QR CODE to Pay Bail Bonds with Venmo
While how to pay for bail bonds depends on how you process it in Connecticut, 3-D Bail Bonds high tech team is constantly improving the bail process to save you time and money. If you are in need to post bail now, head to our pay online link here and make your payment, or call us at 860-247-2245 live agents are always happy to help. Remember all online transactions are securely encrypted and highly monitored 24/7.
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