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  • Top Quality Service

    Our customers prefer us because we've got the best customer service in the industry.
    Our goal is to provide you with courteous professional service from the moment we first speak with you, until the case goes to court.
  • More time for family

    Our agents know how to get you back to your life quicker and easier.
    Don’t sit in jail one moment longer than necessary. When it comes to bail bonding we won’t waste your time. We provide fast bail bonding service and walk with you through the whole process.
  • Standing by to help

    Call us now to speak with a bail agent to help you in your time of need.
    For your convenience, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. Please call us at 910-515-1710 and contact us for more information.
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What Steps to Take

If you find that a loved one is being held in jail, our guide is a must-read.

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Why Choose Us

Our agents care and we know the best we can do for you is to make things easy.

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Bail Forms

Save time and get your bail posted early. Get started now by filing out our bail forms online.

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Q. What is a bail bond? 
A. A Bail Bond is a financial guarantee that the defendant will appear at all of their scheduled court dates and will remain in a specified area until all legal proceedings pertaining to their case are completed. 
Q. What is a Bail Bondsman?
A. A Bail Bondsman is an individual, licensed by the NC Dept. of Insurance who will be responsible and pledge money or property as bail for the appearance of a criminal defendant in court.
Q. How Does A Bondsman get Paid?
A. A Bondsman is paid a premium not to exceed 15% of the bail amount by the defendant or someone on their behalf.
Q. What Is Collateral?
A. Collateral is anything of value, such as houses, cars, boats, etc. used to financially secure a bail bond.
Q. When is Collateral Returned?
A. Collateral is normally returned after the defendant's case has been closed and the entire premium has been paid.
Q. Do I Get Any of the Premium Back?
A. Any premium paid is fully earned and no refund of any will be returned.