3-D Bail Bonds, Inc, established in 1997 with a fundamental responsibility to provide honest, reliable and accurate information and the best service available to our clients as well as the law enforcement community; while realizing and contributing richly to the significant and important obligation the industry has to the judicial process for the people of Connecticut.
I honestly hope that your answer is yes; however, if you are unsure or really don't know your CT bondsman, keep on reading because you will learn how to flag illegal bail companies and their agents.
The state of Connecticut passed a new legislation on October 1st of 2011 which provided state mandated fees and minimum initial premiums to regulate the bail bonds insurance service and its providers. In the past, CT residents who were in need of bail bonds services were practically being robbed by bail agents who sometimes didn't even have a license to post bail in the first place.
The 2011 legislation also punishes bail bondsmen who violate such regulation by permanently removing their license to post bail bonds or in less severe cases they are subject to high fines.
Bail Bonds and Your Personal Information
By posting bail bonds you are agreeing as a party in a legal transaction. Furthermore, your name and social security numbers could be getting in the wrong hands if you are not dealing with a reputable agency or licensed bail bondsman.
The worst nightmare of a consumer is finding out money owed when a collection agency calls or when applying for a loan of any kind.
If someone is telling you that "X" company is undercutting and charging you less money, imagine what they can do with your information? If these companies or bail agents do not care about losing their licenses and getting high fines, they will NOT care for your personal information or your loved one in jail.
Oh and it doesn't end there; after the bond is posted with less money, the state can always review a posted bail bond and at its discreet judgment revoke a bail bond. The consumer can lose his/her money and be part of a further legal investigation by the Department of Insurance.
All Connecticut Bail Bonds Fees are regulated by the state of Connecticut and the Department of Insurance. You can also verify your bondsman license at the DOI. This information is public and available here
Tips to Post Bail Bonds in CT
3-D Bail Bonds was born almost 20 years ago when a dad, a son, and a friend decided to venture into the bail bonds industry. Since then, 3-D Bail Bonds, Inc. has grown to be one of the most successful bail bonds companies in the country. Across the State of Connecticut you can receive fast and professional service 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. If you need assistance in a state other than Connecticut, call us and we will get you the local bondsman in the area to meet your needs.