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No Collateral Bail Bonds

In this guide we discuss no collateral bail bonds in California. Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds is proud to offer no collateral bail bonds to all of California. Simply sign a few forms online or in person, pay and your bond can be posted with no collateral for most cases. Please give us a call to get started on a no collateral bail bond or keep reading to review qualifications.

In the video below the twins discuss no collateral bail bonds in California.

What are No Collateral Bail Bonds?

No collateral bail bonds refers to a type of bail bond that is not guaranteed by collateral such as real estate, cash or other type of physical property. Instead of collateral the bond company requires a indemnitor to cosign the bond using a promissory note guaranteeing to pay the full bail amount in addition to any recover fees if the defendant skips court and forfeits the bail bond.

In this brief animated video below the we cover bail bonds services available with no collateral needed.

How can Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds offer No Collateral Bail Bonds while other companies cannot?

Most bail bond companies require collateral on higher risk cases or on bail amounts over $250,000. Collateral for bail bonds is often either real estate or cash. At Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds we can offer no collateral bail bonds on large bonds and higher risk cases due to our many years of experience and excellent ratings with both the California Department of Insurance and our surety companies. This allows us to write larger bonds than any other bond companies in California.

Even if you have been turned down by other no collateral bail bond companies, we can help! Contact us for more information and free price quotes and qualifications for no collateral bail bonds services. 

How to Qualify for No Collateral Bail Bonds:

  • Defendant must be in California.
  • Must be a California resident.
  • No history of failure to appear in court (FTA).
  • No warrants.
  • Not available on sex crimes, drug trafficking, pandering, fraud, identity theft, robbery.
  • Must have cosigner(s) or indemnitor(s) with approved credit and/or current employment. 
  • Not available for Federal or Immigration (ICE) cases.
  • Approval is based on a case-by-case basis. Please contact us to qualify. 
  • Most No Collateral Bail Bonds are for Domestic Violence or DUI related cases. 

What Can I Use For Collateral For Bail Bonds?

With Mr. Nice Guy, you don’t need good credit to qualify for a low-down payment bail bond payment plan. Your job is your credit! Mr. Nice Guy accepts most items of value as collateral for bail bonds, including:

  • Cars
  • Boats
  • Promissory Notes
  • Real Estate
  • Investments
  • Stocks
  • Bonds

In many cases, however, if you have a job and a steady income, Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds will arrange bail bonds for you with NO Collateral!

To see if you qualify for a no collateral bail bonds, you can fill out this easy online application or call us at (844) 400-2245 to discuss your unique situation and see if we can help you with no collateral bail bonds.

No Collateral Bail Bonds Online

To bail someone out of jail online, you will need:

  • Defendant’s Full Name
  • Defendant’s Date of Birth
  • An Email Address
  • Payer’s Occupation/Employer Information
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • References

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds makes it as easy as possible to bail someone out of jail online so that you don’t have to make the trip to the jail or bail bond office yourself. All documents can be completed online, and signatures obtained through DocuSign, Email, or fax, whatever is easiest for you.

To bail someone out of jail online, you will need to provide information about the defendant, including their full name and birth date. An email address for the person paying the bail bond will be required to process the documents, and an address and phone number for both the payer and the defendant will be necessary to complete all documentation. If a payment plan is necessary, the employment information for the person making the payments will be required.

How Much is a No Collateral Bail Bond?

When calculating the cost of bail required to get out of jail, a person must add up all of the charges that are being made and add to that any enhancements to the charges. This adds up in a hurry and can make paying bail in cash a near impossibility for many people.  Bail bonds companies work with the court system to secure an individual’s release from jail at a fraction of the total cost of bail.

Many times, the arresting officers or the district attorney will charge an individual with the most serious versions of the crime for which they are arrested. They may even charge someone with multiple versions of the same crime so that the case can be “bargained” down the road.

What if I Can’t Afford Bail Without Collateral?

If you have the cash, you can bail yourself out of jail, working directly with the courts, and be on your way home in no time. However, the State of California often sets the bail rates very high for certain crimes. In addition, the arresting officers will often charge for as many different violations and variations of crimes as possible, not knowing which crimes might actually go to trial. Each of those charges and enhancements may require separate or additional amounts of bail. All of that can add up in a hurry.

It can be difficult for most people to come up with the cash necessary to bail out jail directly through the court system. Bail bonds can help.

A bail bond agency contracts through a surety company to provide a bond to the court on your behalf. The bond ensures compliance with all court-ordered appearances in return for a small portion (usually 10%) of the total cost of bail.

When bail amounts are high, the amount needed to secure a bail bond can also be quite high. The State of California sets minimum bail bond fee requirements that all agencies must abide by, meaning that each agency must charge a minimum of 7% for bail bonds, and most bail situations require a 10% fee.  At Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds, the dedicated bail agents understand that not everyone has the ready cash to pay for either bail or bail bonds, but still need help to get out of jail. Mr. Nice Guy offers a variety of payment plans and accepts a number of payment methods.

What if I Don’t Pay Bail with Collateral?

If you cannot or do not wish to post bail, you will be required to remain behind bars until the legal proceedings related to your case have been completed. If the judge wishes, they have the authority to release a defendant on the Own Recognizance, also called release on OR. However, this is very unlikely if the defendant is facing a charge related to manslaughter.

If you cannot afford bail, a bail bondsman can arrange bail for you at a fraction of the cost of bail.  The state of California requires that all bail bond companies charge 10% of the total amount of bail, to post bond for a defendant. Charges for manslaughter can carry a bail requirement as high as $100,000. For a bail amount that high, the bail bondsman is required to charge $10,000 to post a bond in place of the bail. While this may still seem like a lot of money, it's far less than having to pay the entire amount. All these rates are set by statute, and all bail bond companies are required to charge the same amount.

For the best price on bail bonds and to find out more about getting bail bonds with no collateral, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds today at (844) 400-2245.

What Kind of Bail Bond Payment Plans Don’t Require Collateral?

With Mr. Nice Guy, you don’t need good credit to qualify for a low-down payment bail bond payment plan. Your job is your credit!

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds is a company you can trust! They’ve worked in the Southern California community, helping people bail out of jail, for many years. They’ll be here when you need them and offer all of the bail bond payment options that are legally available. If you need to get out of jail, you can count on Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds to be there for you.

Bail Bonds Without Collateral

If you don’t have the money to pay bail, you may not have the money for bail bonds, either. But getting out of jail and back to work is an important step toward improving your situation. If you need help figuring out how to get out of jail, but you don’t have collateral for a bail bond, give Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds a call at (844) 400-2245.

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bond is a top bail bond company in Southern California. The licensed agents who work with Mr. Nice Guy are committed to getting you, or your loved one, out of jail as quickly as possible, and for as little as 0% down. They will work hard, 24-hours a day, to help you get out of jail.

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds saves you money in other ways, as well.

Other companies charge hidden fees like:

  • Notary Fees
  • Travel Expenses
  • Posting Fees
  • Annual Premiums
  • Late File Premiums
  • Interest on Financing
  • Processing Fees

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds doesn't charge any of these fees. There is always just one flat rate, no interest, no hidden fees, no surprises. Other companies may advertise the same 10% rate, but what they don't tell you is all the other fees you'll end up paying. Mr. Nice Guy never charges these additional fees, so you'll end up paying a lower rate, no matter what the other guys are advertising.

Bail Bond Payment Plans Without Collateral

If a person is in jail, it impossible to earn the money necessary to support themselves and their family. An arrest brings additional financial stress on families that may already be struggling. Getting the arrested individual out of jail and back to work is key to relieving that.

A bail bond payment plan from Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds helps you get back to work where you can make regular, affordable payments on the remainder of your bail bonds balance. Maintaining a good payment record with the bail bond company helps keep the bail bond in effect, which keeps you working and out of jail.

With Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds, you don’t need collateral to secure a bail bond loan. Your job is your collateral!

How To Bail Someone Out Of Jail With No Collateral and No Money Down

When the cost of bail bonds is more than you can afford, Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds offers payment plans that allow you to get yourself or your loved one out of jail today while making payments toward the bail bonds. 

For bail bond payment plans, a working cosigner will be required, unless there is a property that can secure the bail bond loan. Down payments for the bail bond loan can be made online using a credit or debit card, bank wire transfer, PayPal, or cash deposited at any major banking chain. 

For payment plans for online bail bonds, begin by filling out this easy to use application. To arrange online bail bonds, you will need to have the defendant’s full name, birth date, phone number, email address, and mailing address. You will also need the defendant’s occupation, if any, and you may be asked about the defendant’s social media handles. This is to help the bail bond company contact the defendant after they are released from jail, to ensure that they understand their obligation to fulfill the terms of their pretrial release and appear for all hearings and court proceedings related to their case. 

The person arranging the online bail bond will need to provide some identifying information, as well. Your identity will need to be verified and a driver’s license or another form of official ID will be required. A background check must be completed for the person arranging the online bail bond. For the background check to be completed, the person arranging for the online bail bonds will need to provide their name, address, social security number, birth date, and a photo ID.

All of this information is necessary for anyone arranging bail bonds, whether online or in person. While it may be uncomfortable to provide some of this information in an online format, it is done over secure networks and your information is never shared with anyone outside the bail bond process. We never sell your information to anyone and won’t use it for any purpose other than that related to the bond and the person for whom the bond is placed.