Aladdin Bail Bonds is dedicated to getting their customers through the bail process as quickly and smoothly as possible.
The company has more than 50 locations in California, Idaho and Washington State. Customers can also call the company to receive confidential bail information for free.
Aladdin Bail Bonds has been in business for more than a decade. Over time, they have developed a reputation for being the most reliable company in the bail bond industry. They also happen to be the largest bail bond company in America.
Their staff of trained and experienced professionals work diligently to help clients get out and get through the bail process. They take a non-judgmental approach to their services, so clients can feel at ease when working with the company. They work with thousands of customers each week and place customer services at the top of their priority list. The also assist customers and their loved ones by helping them keep track of their court appearances.
The services offered by the company extend beyond helping their customer post bail. They also offer:
- Flexible payment options. Interest-free and flexible payments are available to those who qualify. The company does their best to create a payment plan that will meet the needs of their customers. The goal is to get the individual out of jail as quickly as possible.
- Free, confidential bail information. Potential customers can either call the company’s toll-free number, or submit their information through an email form on the company’s website. Even when submitting the form online, a response is given within minutes.
- Transparent rates. The company offers both an 8 percent and 10 percent rate. They strive to offer the lowest prices in the industry. The following rates are available:
- Standard Premium. Bail bonds up to and equal to $499.00 will be charged only $50. Anything above this rate will be charged 10%.
- Discounted 8% Qualified Premium. Bail bonds up to and equal to $600.00 will be charged only $50.00. Bonds over this amount will be charged 8%. See the qualifications for this premium below.
- Bond Fees. In addition to the premium rates, the company also charges: $15 for each California bail bond, $35 for each Idaho bail bond and $35 for each Washington bail bond. Bond fees to not include fees that are imposed by the state or local government agencies.
- Assistance through the bail process. The company’s staff is there to help their customers through every step of the way.
Qualifications for the 8% Discounted Premium
In order to be eligible for the 8% discounted premium rate, customers must meet the following requirements:
- Union Members. The defendant or the co-signer must be enrolled in a union, or they must receive retirement or disability from a union. Proof of this must be sent to the company within 30 days of the bail bond execution. The following items can be used as proof:
- A recent pay stub and a union card
- A current union card that displays the expiration date
- Proof of payment for union dues
- Retained Private Defense Counsel. If working with a retained attorney, a letter from the attorney or a copy of the contract between the defendant and the attorney must be given to the company within 30 days of the bail bond execution.
- Active and Honorably Discharged Veterans and Their Immediate Family Members. If the defendant or their immediate family members are members of the U.S. military, the discounted rate will be applied. Proof of service must be sent to the company within 30 days of the bail bond execution.
How the Process Works
Once the court sets bail for the defendant, the company recommends contacting them first so they can get to work immediately. Basic information will be needed including the defendant’s name and either the name of the jail or the city the jail is located in. Aladdin Bail Bonds then works with the defendant or their loved ones to deliver the bail bond and secure the defendant’s release.
In some cases, a co-signer or collateral will be needed. In the case of a co-signer, that individual will be responsible for the defendant while they are out of jail and will also be responsible for the full bail bond amount should the fail to make the appropriate payments.
Once the trial or legal proceedings have completed, the bail bond will be exonerated. This will occur regardless of whether the case has been dismissed or if the defendant has been deemed guilty or innocent. If the bail bond is exonerated, the defendant will still be responsible for any unpaid premiums or fees that the bail service provider charges.
Aladdin also makes it easy for customers to pay their premiums. In addition to online payments, customers can also pay in person, by mail or over the phone.