Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Cash Bail Bonds in Phoenix

Posting cash bail bonds in Phoenix is getting more and more difficult. Cash will only be accepted from law enforcement or licensed Maricopa County bail bondsmen. $100.00 bills will not be accepted from anyone. If you want to put money on an inmate’s books, you will need to use the kiosk in the lobby of the 4th Ave Jail.

The public can still post cash bonds without the aid of a bondsman, but you must use Postal, or Western Union Money Orders. Cashier’s checks are acceptable, but their authenticity must be confirmed by the issuing bank before the bond can be accepted. In other words, the bank must be open.

The easiest method for the public to post a cash bond is to use Cash-Only Bail Bonds™ as your posting agent. We always have cash available and if we are posting your cash or using your credit card for the full bail amount, you will only pay a 10% fee ($300 minimum fee). Compare this to the aggravation and frustration in store for you when you find out the bond amount has changed and you will have to exchange your money order for the correct amount.

Everyone wants to save money, but don’t skimp when it comes to posting your cash with the Court. Cash bond refunds are always returned to the person who posted your bond. Use a licensed agent from Cash-Only Bail Bonds™ to post your Phoenix bond and relax knowing that your cash will be returned to you once the case is over.

2 Responses to Tuesday, March 12, 2013

  1. Darla, you didn’t give me any specifics about the cash bond you would like to post, so I will provide you with general information. If you are trying to post the bond yourself, call the jail for instructions; most jails will take your cash, but some require a cashiers check, or money order. You will need the full cash amount of the bond if you are posting the bond yourself, but if you are using a bondsman, you will need to call them for their requirements.

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