Bail Bond Services:
Bail Bonds/Fugitive Recovery Agent- Bail is money put up by a criminal suspect to buy freedom before a trial begins. If they can't pay themselves, then they can pay a fee to a bond agency, which puts up a percentage of the bail in the form of a surety bond. A bail bond agent, also know as a bail bondsman, works independently or as a representative of the agency. Extreme Bail Bonds role is to complete bonding paperwork with an accused person, receive payments and track down the person if he fails to appear in court.
Fugitive Recovery Agent- Service fees depend on the amount of the bond and it'll be 10% of the bond. A Fugitive Recovery Agent is an unofficial law enforcement agent who operates independently to track down and return fugitives from justice for a commission or payment, which is referred to as a bounty. Fugitive Recovery Agents are more formally referred to as bail enforcement agents. When a defendant is released on bail but fails to show up for his court appointment or trial, that person is considered to be a fugitive from justice. The bail bond agency that initially posted the fugitive’s bail is responsible for paying the full amount of the bail, so it has a major financial interest in finding, capturing, and returning the fugitive to justice.
**Now serving the following parishes for BAIL BONDS: East Baton Rouge, Ascension, Livingston, Assumption, West Baton Rouge, St. James, St. John, Jefferson, Iberville, and Tangipahoa.**
Collection Agencies- Service fees depend on the amount of the bond and it'll be 10% of the bond. Private investigators offer their services by helping business deal with collection agencies’ unpaid debt by collecting delinquent payments from customers, clients, and patients.