Affinity Bail Bonds is a bail bond company with locations in Charlotte and Greensboro. The company has offered 24-hour, full-service bail bonding with easy payment options, online applications and forms, and professional agents for over 15 years. The company also will run warrant checks and provide options on how to resolve outstanding warrants.
A. Gray Bail Bonds is a bail bond company in Charlotte. The company’s office is just two minutes from the city jail, and it is licensed and affiliated with the North Carolina Bail Agents Association. The company has provided bail bonds, surety bonds, and fidelity bonds for over 15 years.
Bobby Boga Bail Bonds is a mobile bail bond company in Charlotte. The company serves all 100 counties in North Carolina, with immediate service available in Cabarrus, Gaston, Iredell, Mecklenburg, Rowan, and Union counties. The company’s bail bondsmen bring all the paperwork to the jail with them, saving time and effort in posting bond and getting clients out of jail. The company also provides recovery assistance in Charlotte to locate people who failed to appear in court.
1st and 10 Bail Bonding is a bail bond company with offices in Charlotte, Greenville, and Fayetteville. The owner founded the company in 2010 following a professional football career after setting records as a running back for East Carolina. The company offers 5% down payments, various corporate and college student discounts, payment plans, and the ability to make payments online through its website. One client said of the owner, “1st and 10 definitely delivers!! (He) was professional, courteous, and most importantly, prompt.”
Bail Diva Bail Bonds is a bail bond company in Charlotte that opened in 2013. Bail Diva Bail Bonds allows clients to post a bond with as little as 3% down and varying payment options. The company also offers comprehensive warrant check services.
Bobcat Bail Bonds is a bail bond company in Charlotte. The company allows clients to put only a 2% down payment on their bond, the lowest rate in North Carolina. The company also allows partial down payments, installment payments as low as $50 per week, interest-free payment plans, and door-to-door service. The company’s bail bondsmen have over 30 years combined experience in the industry.
U.S. Bonding is a bail bond company with offices in Charlotte, Monroe, Lincolnton, and Concord. The company works with clients who may have outstanding warrants, checking with authorities to see the status of any warrants and if bond already has been set. The company also offers mobile bond services, allows cosigners, and offers free advice on a range of bonds, including signature, traffic, appearance, and immigration. The owner is a member of the North Carolina Bail Agents Association.
Hunter’s Affordable Bonding is a bail bond company with locations in Charlotte, Monroe, Laurinburg, and Lumberton. The company provides bail bond services 24 hours a day, seven days a week, with financing and payment plans available. The company offers up to a $30 discount if it does not respond to a client within 30 minutes.
Chad Lewis Bail Bonding is a bail bond company in Charlotte. The company considers all types of bonds, arranges for transportation, and makes house calls for clients’ convenience. The company provides 24-hour nationwide service with payment plans to bail out clients accused of criminal issues, DUIs, or domestic issues.
G - L Mackins Bonding Company has provided bail bonding services in Charlotte for over 60 years. The company’s office is one block from the city jail, which allows its bondsmen to quickly handle any situation, and has a large parking lot for clients’ convenience. The company accepts collect calls and offers personalized payment plans for clients accused of DUI, domestic or drug charges, or any misdemeanor or felony. The company is a member of the North Carolina Bail Agents Association.
Bail bondsmen act as a surety. They promise to pay the bail money if you don't show up for hearings or trials. For example, if bail is $50,000, you may need to pay a fee of 10%, which is $5,000, and the bondsman agrees to be on the hook for the other $45,000 if you don't follow through with requirements.