Does Glendora Bail Bond Store accept tax return money for a bail bond payment? Of course! Because your tax return is really your money, there are no restrictions about using it for a bail bond payment. What happens is that when you receive your tax return from the government, you’ll need to make sure that money is 100% in your possession, not still in “transit” to you. Once you receive it, go ahead and write a check for your bail bond payment, just like you have done for all your other bail bond payments. Or, if you prefer using a credit or debit card, that is okay too!
Glendora Bail Bond Store does the best they can at making paying for bail as easy as possible. Many forms of payment are accepted so that your loved one can be out of jail faster, so that your payments can be made easier.
If you have any questions regarding bail, bail bonds, or the status of your loved one’s release and payments, please contact Glendora Bail Bond Store immediately!