So you found out that one of your immediate family made a mistake and was arrested. What do you do? We get calls all the time with people in this situation who do not know what to do. They don’t want to leave their family member in jail, but the bail the judge posted is way more than they have access to. That is when a bail bond company becomes your very best friend. It costs money. Nothing is free. But it is better than leaving your family member in jail.
At McRae Bail Bonds we are very reasonably priced. But even more important we are very very good at what we do. We have been in this business for over 30 years. That kind of experience and expertise often makes the difference in how fast your loved one gets out and back home with your family.
A Jail Bond Is A Bail Bond
When people are searching on the internet for a bail bond company, they often type in the words “jail bond” rather than “bail bond”. A jail bond is basically a slang term for bail bond. In other words they mean the same thing. No matter what you call it the point is that you need money to give the court as insurance so that you can get your loved one out of jail. This is not a fun time for anyone. We get it. It can be scary and stressful. that is why it is so important to work with an expert bail bondsman who knows the ins and outs, and whom you know you can trust.
One of the most common compliments that we hear about our service is that we treat our customers like they are the most important people to us. This is because they are. At McRae we get a lot of referral business because so many of our customers are happy with our service, if they every run in to anyone else in need of a jail bonds company they recommend McRae Bail Bonds.
Best San Antonio Bonding Service
If you want to work with the best bonding service in the San Antonio Texas area, there is only one company to call. Mcrae has the very best track record in our industry. We will get you bailed out of jail quicker, and we will give you the best customer service possible in the process. Call us today at (210) 463-5561! Please also see our article entitled “How Do Jail Bonds Work?”