Aztec Bail Bonds in Las Vegas, NV with Reviews -
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By: Gary B.
Big O Bail Bonds
Listen,Theres a lot of Bail Bondsman in las Vegas. Iv used a few different ones but over the past couple years iv only used Oscar and his crew. If you know anyone in summerlin, henderson, north las vegas.. or just about any spec of desert close to his office on main street who needs to GET OUT OF JAIL. Call Oscar (702)-289-2489
By: Jack R.
24/7 Bail Bonds
World-class service around the clock. Got my man out of the nightmare within a reasonable timeframe, at an acceptable cost
By: Anthony E.
Mr Tonys Bail Bonds
Honestly is everything, and this is what you get at mr tonys bail bonds,the staff are very nice and helpful cannot say enough about mr tonys bail bonds
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By: Phil J.
Be Kind Bail Bonds Las Vegas
Be Kind Bailbonds....Great customer service, prompt service without being taken advantage of. I recommend Be Kind Bailbonds to anyone who needs bail.
By: 911bailbonds
911 Bail Bonds
It was almost too good to be true, but sure enough my mom is home the same day I contacted the company. They are all really nice people and i can guarantee you won't find another place that will work with you the way they will. I'm gladly going out of my way for this review because i feel like someone else who needs the help like we did will read this and be as happy as i am.
By: Adam P.
24/7 Bail Bonds
Joined the company when Taylor was still there. The guy is awesome - I would trust him to do my finances! The company is is great shape. All the customers are happy. The processes are efficient. Great place to work in. One of the best bail bonds agencies in Las Vegas.
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By: John F.
Be Kind Bail Bonds Las Vegas
Friendly, Kind service when your in a bind, you can call Be Kind. They were the most professional bail bonds company in Las Vegas listening and helping our family.
By: Marcel W.
Lightning Bail
Lightning Bail Bonds has helped our family so much. We are so very thankful for their quick response.
By: Bobby J.
Bust Out Bail
Bust out Bail Bonds are straight scam artist! I was running late for my Court date but I was on the steps to the courthouse about to walk in the building when two guys came up behind me and grabbed me and told me I was under arrest. I said for what? They said oh missed your court date I said no my court dates today and I'm about to go in there right now! So then they said oh well we need you to sign some papers first and I was like I can't I need to go in here so I don't get a warrant, they said oh no it's okay we already took care of it. Long story short I ended up getting a warrant so that meant I owe them like $5,000 now for jumping My nail. But I had like $300 in my pocket so they let me give them that and they said we will set you up on payments for the $5,000. Another long story short I ended up seeing the dude Alex the so-called owner at a lot of people's houses that I knew I was giving this dude dope and money. yeah I said dope because the Dude Alex is a METH HEAD and even gave this dude a vehicle. Everything was supposed to be squashed, then I went to prison and was in prison for three and a half years got out of prison and I find out these dudes are saying I owe them $15,000 and 3 other people I know they're saying they owe $9,000 each because they signed papers for me to get out. So hell no don't use these people they are scam artist!
By: Johnny C.
Hero Bail Bonds
This man is a crook and liar. Stay away from him. Better yet go the Las Vegas Police department arrest records and see what you find on JOHN E CARUSO. This person is a drug addict and has history of drug use and were not talking about weed either. This person is bad news and will screw you over!
Tips & Advices
Bail bond premiums are not refundable. These are considered payment for the bail bond agent's services.
A co-signer is a person who arranges bail for another person. This individual pledges to post bond on behalf of the agent should the defendant fail to appear in court. Similarly, a co-signer will provide payment for the bail bondsman if the defendant does not do so.
Bail is set by a judge and determined by the crime in question, the defendant's criminal history, how likely that person will or won't show up to court, and other factors.
Collateral options include but are not limited to:
  • Vehicles
  • Real estate
  • Savings
  • Investments
  • Jewelry
After a case is over, the bond is returned to the entity who posted it -- the bail bond agent or the defendant. Premiums paid to bail bondsmen generally are not returned.

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