Credit Card Bail Bonds

Credit Card Bail Bonds
Navajo County

(928) 532-0878


The Process

Charge

We take your credit card information over the phone, or you can fill out the convenient forms located below.

Credit Card Authorization PDF
Bail Bond Agreement PDF

Post Bail

We dispatch one of our agents to post your bail.

Release

Once the bond is posted we will provide you with the inmate’s estimated time of release and location.


Using a credit card for posting bail is the fastest and easiest method to get someone out of jail.


 Posting the entire bail amount and fee with a credit card  can be done from the comfort of your home.   There is no need to travel to the jail or to a bail bondsman to get your friend or loved one released.  All you need is access to a computer, fax, or cell phone.  Credit card bonds are fast and secure and you won’t have to struggle with collateral.  If you’re serious about getting them out now, use a credit card.


“Credit card bonds are fast and secure.”

Money Back


 

The convenience of charging the entire bail amount/fee doesn’t end with the inmate’s freedom; we make sure you get your bail money back too!

A bond is composed of two parts,

the fee, sometimes called the premium, which is non-refundable and the bail amount which you do get back.

Provided the defendant has appeared for all of his/her hearings and the bond wasn’t assigned to the Court for fines, the bail amount is returned to you. It’s not always easy to get the bond returned; Navajo County Bail Bonds takes the responsibility of ensuring that once your bond has been exonerated, you’ll get your money back.


There are a number of convenient ways you can provide us with cash:

  • Credit Card
  • Wire funds from your bank to ours
  • Direct bank deposit
    • Wells Fargo Bank
    • Chase
    • Bank of America
    • National Bank of Arizona
    • Bank of the West
  • Cash in hand