Van Pool Bail Bonds & Bail Bondsman

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Van Pool Bail Bonds has been the number one source for bail for over 27 years. You can call 24 hours, 7 days a week to talk to a local bail agent.

For free bail information, please call Van Pool Bail Bonds Bail Bond Store at 760-247-4444.

Let our family of bail agents help your family during this stressful time. Our local agents work directly with the jail personnel for immediate release of your family member or friend. So the bail process is fast.

To make the bail bond affordable, our bail agents will customize a payment plan to meet your financial need. Our payment plans are ALWAYS at 0% financing. More importantly, there are no hidden fees. What we tell you over the phone is the same as what we tell you in our bail office.
Van Pool Bail Bond Agents pride themselves on being honest. They will make sure you are given the total cost of the bail, your down payment and your monthly payment. There will be no surprises on your monthly statement.

Call us at 1-760-247-4444 anytime, to start the bail bond process.


Do You Need a Bail Bondsman?

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After being arrested, the defendant or their family/friends have the choice of paying the full bail amount in cash or hiring or, if they do not have the funds, they can contract with a bail agent to post a bail bond. In California, all bail agents are required to charge a bail premium of 10%.

There are certain circumstances where the surety company allows the bail agent to charge only 8%. When the Indemnitor pays the bail premium or arranges a payment plan for the premium, the bail agent delivers the bail bond to the jail and the defendant is released.

Van Pool Bail Bondsmen have been licensed bail agents in California since 1987. Our agency was started by the Bench family at that time and has since grown. We now have agents across the state of California.

We are one of very few bail agencies that have maintained a good standing with the California Department of Insurance for over 20 years. This means that you can trust us to be fair and honest.

Our Goals and Mission

Van Pool Bail Bonds’ goal is to treat each of our clients with respect. We understand that you are innocent until proven guilty by the courts and we will not treat you as a criminal. Furthermore, we understand that most people have never had to deal with bail bonds before. So our bail agents make every effort to educate you about bail and the bail bond contract and your responsibilities. Our bail agents assist you in understanding court dates and hearings.

Our bail agency’s mission is to provide you with fast, confidential and courteous service during the entire bail bond process.

Call us at 1-760-247-4444 anytime, to start the bail bond process.


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