Sunday, May 24, 2009

What happens when you don’t keep in touch with your Bail Bondsman.

The date is May 12, 2009 and I am Agent 1 with All American Bail Bonds in Lakewood CA., I am a fugitive recovery agent and it is my job tonight to pick up a dead beat who has failed to check in with his bail bondsman. The client in question who we will call Michael has been avoiding his bail bondsman for over two weeks, he happens to be a law student, of all things, at Chapman University in the Southern California. Michael being a law student is one of those cocky arrogant types. He thinks that his rudimentary understanding of the law puts him above it, we showed him otherwise. Michael was originally bailed out of the Santa Clarita Sheriff’s department on a $30,000 bond on April 12. We bailed him out on the premise that he would take care of his $3,000 financial responsibility with us through payment arrangements. We received a pink slip as collateral. Michael’s initial payment was due within 7 days of his release for $900 of which he ended up only paying $200. Michael promised to pay the remainder of the $900 within a couple days, which he failed to do. You see, what Michael was doing was stalling, he didn’t want to pay. It wasn’t that he didn’t have the money; it’s that he is a criminal. He was trying to stall long enough to get the bond exonerated, so that we the bail company could not enforce our authority and surrender him back into the custody of the Los Angeles county Sheriff’s Department. The bail bondsman in charge of what we call the blue customers is very familiar with this con. When we see this happening we explain to the client that if he can’t afford to pay that’s fine, but he needs to stay in constant communication. Failure to do so may result in the revocation of his bond. Michael being arrogant goes to court and tries to get his bond exonerated before we would find out. You see when Michael went to court he asked the judge to release him on his own recognance. Since he had no experience in a court room he failed to have his bond exonerated. Days are going by and Michael is avoiding our phone calls, so I go into action. We pick Michael up from his residence late one evening and surrender him back into custody of the Sheriff’s Department. Michael got to spend a couple days in jail while we repossesed his car, all part of a day’s work. In conclusion don’t avoid your bail bondsman.
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By Fugitive Recovery Agent 1 5/24/09
With All American Bail Bonds Los Angeles
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