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Still Time to Use your Tax Return for Bail

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Bell Gardens Bail Bond Store

Most of us by now, have had our tax return directly deposited in the bank. Sweet! “Free” money! Have you thought about what you are going to do with the money? Will you save it? Will you spend it? Will you divvy it up for various needs and wants? What about making the bail bond payment that you have scheduled?

Tax return money is acceptable money for bail bond payments. As soon as the transaction has cleared and the money is deposited into your account, then it is 100% your money to use as you like. Just like you have been paying your previous bail bond payments with your cash, check, or credit or debit card, you can use your tax return money in this way as well.

Even if you are up-to-date on bail bond payments, it never hurts to get ahead or budget ahead...

When April Fools’ Goes Wrong

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Bell Gardens Bail Bond Store

April Fools’ is nearly here! For some people, it is a day of just trying to get by without being fooled. For others, this silly holiday is really like Christmas to them. They love to go all out and “get” people with their pranks. They can get pretty elaborate. Occasionally, some go too far and their prank goes horribly wrong. Here are a couple examples in the recent years.

In 2015, students at the Grand Valley State University in Michigan had a gag involving fireworks. The prank went awry and a laundry hamper caught fire in an apartment complex. Residents were evacuated and luckily, no one was injured or arrested.

5 years ago, a teenage boy told his parents that he got his girlfriend pregnant. He assumed they would be angry but they were nothing but calm and supportive...

Protect Your Right To Vote and Bail!

Bell Gardens Bail Bond Store

Bell Gardens Bail Bond Store

As you are well aware, the presidential election is just days away. We urge all everyone to vote, including loved ones who recently completed parole after getting out of prison.

It helps that your loved one’s voting rights are automatically restored upon completion of parole, so no further action is required on their part. Unfortunately, if you have any loved ones who are still completing parole, or are still serving time in prison, they cannot vote.

You may not think your vote matters, but it does. Voting is your right and you should proudly exercise that right.

Another right of yours is the right to bail. We here at Bell Gardens Bail Bond Store promise to help protect that right, each and every time you may need us.

Contact us online or at 562-436-2207 to learn more about our bail b...