Bail Bonds for Mail Fraud Charges
California Bondsman Serving Mail Fraud Charges
If you, a family member or close friend have had the unfortunate experience of being arrested and jailed for mail fraud, it can be a serious offense. You may be wondering who to call when you need bail bond, booking, arrest information or jail location.
Let us be the first call you make. Throughout California, we’ve assisted with release of many clients for similar charges and have several years of experience helping people just like you.
Call and speak to a 24/7 bail agents at 1-877-861-3761.
Many of our clients are surprised at how easy the bail bond process can be. All is takes is one phone call to get the process moving forward.
What is Mail Fraud?
Often termed as a “white collar crime,” defrauding the United States mail for any purpose is also constituted as “federal mail fraud.”
The word ‘mail’ also applies not only to the U.S. Postal Service, but to private and commercial postal carriers also.
Further, “wire fraud” constitutes those who use other types of communication devices to commit a fraud; such as for bank fraud or for insider trading.
Mail fraud is defined as someone having devised, intended to devise or use any “scheme” to defraud for obtaining money or property by use of fraudulent pretenses, representations or promises to sell, dispose or loan something of value. Also, if these items are placed in any post office or official depository for the use of mail matter; the defendant shall be fined, imprisoned or both for not more than the term of 20 years.
If the scheme affects a financial institution (such as a bank), the person will be fined not more than $1 million dollars, imprisoned, or both for not more than the term of 30 years.
Jail, Release and Booking Information
After the individual has been booked into the jail system for mail fraud, they may be released from jail on bond or they may be held until their arraignment if bail is not posted. Generally, arraignment will take place within two business days.
For example, if your friend or family member is arrested on a Wednesday night, they would most likely be arraigned on the following Monday morning.
All of the bail bond paperwork can be quickly and easily handled from the comfort of home through the use of email, phone or fax.
For added convenience, we can also have one of our professional, licensed agents meet with you directly at your location, office or the jail where your friend or family member is being detained. It’s all up to you.
We offer clients uniquely creative financial solutions with several bail bond payment options to choose from. When you call us, we will let you know if you qualify for financing within a few short minutes. We can work out payments with no additional taxes or finance charges when you qualify.
Using a credit card to pay for a bail bond is most often the fastest and easiest. We always accept VISA, Master Card, American Express and Discover. You may also pay by cash. Feel free to read more about bail fees and additional payment options on our informational web page.
Your Trusted Bail Bond Resource
Our company will provide you with fast, professional and courteous bail bond information for all California jails. For further details, please call to find out how we can help. Our toll-free nationwide number is 877-861-3761, 24 Hours a day, 7 days a week.
We will always do our best to help get your family member or loved one out of the jail as quickly and discreetly as possible. Trust us to be your number one bail bond resource.
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