Flexible Bail Bond Options in Pickens County
At Amistad Bail Bonds, our bail bond agents understand that time is of the essence when it comes to your bail bond needs. You can count on our Pickens agents to help you post bail even in the most inconvenient hours.
Call us as soon as you find out that a loved one is in jail. We have a knowledgeable and responsive team of bail bond agents who provide flexible payment plans and low down payment options for you. Our team will gladly negotiate our bail bonds depending on your needs, but these things remain constant:
- No credit checks
- 0% interest rates
- 3% down payment for bonds $10,000 and above
- Customized payment plans based on your needs and budget
We can proceed with the negotiations once we verify your qualification:
- At least 21 years old
- Open checking account
- monthly salary of $2,000
- Employment for at least 12 straight months
After we verify your eligibility and negotiate an agreeable payment plan, we will ask for your eSignature on all necessary documents. In line with this, we ask that all payments be made online.
About Pickens County, SC
Pickens County has a long history. It’s a former Cherokee territory that ultimately changed courses during the American Revolution. By the mid-1800s, it was kept alive by sawmills, gristmills, and other agricultural shops. The textile industry soon entered the picture. These industries built the foundations of the county as we know it.
Now, many people choose to live here. The climate is beautiful; the scenery is idyllic; there are many industrial opportunities, and Greenville’s labor market isn’t too far off. But that doesn’t mean the community’s perfect.
People make mistakes. People do things that cause misunderstandings. And when these things go too far, the police enter the picture and arrests occur. If your loved one is stuck in this situation, and you need to bail them out, you can count on our Pickens bail bond agents to help you manage the situation.
Our licensed agents work with clients throughout the county.
About the Bail Bond Process
If your loved one was accused of serious charges like assault or theft, then the police will have to keep them in jail until the bail hearing. A judge will determine their bail amount during this hearing. And when you pay the bail for your loved one, they can get back to their normal lives and just come back for court hearings.
As the defendant, your loved one must be present throughout the entire trial. They might be out on bail, but that bail will automatically be forfeited to the state if they fail to attend the trials and the rest of the hearing.
You can post bail for your loved one using cash or other private assets. But this isn’t always possible. So, at Amistad Bail Bonds, we provide flexible and affordable bail bonds to settle the bail amount of your loved one.
Our bail bond agents in Pickens County understand that every client’s situation is different. For this reason, we provide various financing options depending on your budget. You might even be able to pay zero down if the situation calls for it. You can count on our agents to pull out all the stops for your peace of mind.
Reliable Service in the Entire County
Allow Amistad Bail Bonds to lift some burden off your shoulders. We know the ins and outs of Pickens County’s legal system. We’re more than familiar with the bail release process. We’ll take care of all that for you. So, all you have to focus on is your loved one, posting their bail, and driving them out of jail.
We know the urgency of your situation. Our agents keep the lines open 24/7 so we can help you whenever you need us.
Contact us today for a confidential, no-cost consultation: (864) 274-0738.