Add your Bail Bonds Business to our Directory

Want to add your bail bonds business to our directory? Contact us below and we will get back to you with more information. Please include the following information:

  • Business Name
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  • Phone Number
  • Where can you write bail? Across the entire state, specific counties?
  • Are you interested in being our #1 recommended / featured bondsman?

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    We offer a pay per call model where bail bondsmen only pay for each call received. Why waste money on clicks or views that may not lead to anything? Our visitors are looking for bail assistance. Email us to find out more!

    How does Pay Per Call work for Bail Bonds?
    Bail Bonds Network is the first websites dedicated to bail bonds that is running a pay per call model to generate leads for bondsmen. We handle the setup and there is no charge for the initial tech setup. As a bondsman, you will receive a unique phone number that we will use to redirect callers to your preferred phone number. Each call will be logged, recording information such as call date and time, call length, and the phone number the call came from. With our paid/premium pay per call campaign, the bondsman will be the featured and recommended agent in their preferred geo area.

    The only cost for the bondsman will be the agreed-upon price per call. A call is typically considered as qualified if it lasts 30 seconds or longer and comes from the requested geographical area that the bondsman services.

    UPDATE: Google and Facebook have decided to ban bail bonds ads, which means bondsmen can no longer use the Google Adwords pay-per-click network to advertise their business. It is now more important than ever to explore new ways to drive leads. Read our full article for all the details and learn how bondsmen can thrive despite this harsh decision.

    Why should you promote your bail business with us using Pay Per Call?

    • Paid search is more expensive, we’re cheaper.
    • We’re more effective, pay only for the calls you receive.
    • Search clicks only convert into a call 25-50% of the time.
    • We handle all the setup, no tech knowledge needed.
    • Everything is logged, proof is provided on what calls we generate.
    • No contracts, you can test it for as long as it’s effective for you.
    • Become the #1 recommended bondsman in your market; take away callers from competitors
    • You will be listed in the top bail bonds directory

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    Are you interested in being listed with us as a recommended bail bondsman? Fill out the form below and we will be in touch with the next steps.

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      It can be extremely stressful when you or your loved one ends up in jail, and not knowing how bail bonds work can add on an extra element of frustration. We have created a simple guide to help you understand exactly how bail works, both at the national level and within your state.

      To familiarize yourself with bail bonds and related information, please browse through the frequently asked questions below.

      Can I get my bail money back?

      How much does bail cost for different crimes?

      When you post bail, what happens to the money?

      Can I get my 10% fee back?

      Our guide on bail bonds amounts is comprehensive, showing bail amounts you may see for various charges, both felonies and misdemeanors. How much bail is set to can vary based on jurisdiction, criminal history, and input from the judge. Bail Bonds Network's research focuses on all these factors to help you prepare.
      Do you have a loved one who needs to be bailed out of jail but is located in another state? Learn how to bail someone out from another state. Our expertly written guide will help you understand how you can use a bail bondsman to work across state lines via transfer bonds and other means to ensure your loved one is bailed out quickly even if they were arrested in a different state from where you live.
      Before you co-sign on a bail bond, you should make yourself aware of what it means to be a cosigner, as well as the liabilities, risk, and requirements that come with co-signing. Our bail experts have compiled everything you need to know, dealing with important items like who can cosign, what application requirements are necessary, how bail forfeiture can impact you, how long you are tied to the bail bond, and when your collateral will finally be freed.

      A bounty hunter is hired by a bail bondsman to locate and arrest a person who does not show to court as agreed in their bail bond agreement. Bounty hunters are sometimes referred to as bail recovery agents.

      What does a bounty hunter do?

      Is a bail bondsman the same as a bounty hunter?

      When does a bounty hunter come after me?

      We are the trusted source for bail bonds, as well as financial help and guidance when you cannot afford to pay for the bail bond fee. Every day, we are contacted by great people who simply want to get their loved one out of jail. Read our guide to learn more about all your options, including bail emergency loans, and bail charities who often bail out low income individuals for free.

      Our Team of Subject Matter Experts

      We dedicate ourselves to providing information that is accurate and expertly written in order to assist individuals through a difficult time. Our staff at Bail Bonds Network is highly educated, having obtained prestigious degrees in law, business, accounting, and finance. Our editorial staff includes professional lawyers, bail bondsmen, and lending experts who understand local jurisdictions and intricacies of legal matters dealing with bail bonds.

      Adi Dzebic
      MBA, Research & Marketing
      Owner of Bail Bonds Network, specializing in quality content research, analyzing bail bondsmen that are featured on our website, and general content contributions that are verified by our expert panel.
      Matt C. Pinsker
      Criminal Defense Attorney

      An award-winning criminal defense attorney. He previously served as a state and federal prosecutor and magistrate, making his content contributions extremely relevant on legal and bail related topics.

      Fred Shanks
      Licensed Bail Bondsman
      Fred Shanks is a licensed bail bondsman and the owner of Apex Bail Bonds. Fred is our bail expert who reviews and contributes to our content to ensure we have accurate and complete bail information.
      Zlatan Dzebic
      Finance / Lending Specialist
      Zlatan's experience in credit and lending is vital since many important factors, such as credit history, over-leveraging, and predatory loan options can have a long term impacts when looking for financial assistance.