Business can't lie when they have hundreds of reviews. They will either be good or bad, and this is helpful for us when we review an agency. When a business has good reviews from past customers across many different review sites, it's a huge signal that they are honest. If they have bad reviews and don't respond - we know they aren't being transparent.
Arrests don't happen during regular business hours. They just don't. They happen on the weekends, after work, or over holidays. This means you'll get the call to bail out your loved one at an odd time. You need to be able to call and get Denver county bail bonds immediately - not when the office opens in the morning. You need answers and help now.
The Better Business Bureau has a strict review and accreditation process. So, when a business has become accredited, you know they care about providing excellent customer service and a good product or service. Accreditation and maintaining a good rating (which requires upkeep) are one of the biggest signals of trustworthiness in our rating system.
One way to tell if a business is legitimate is whether or not they have a responsive social media presence. Do they post regularly Do they respond to their clients? A good bail bondsman will use social media for reviews, interaction with customers, update business news, and update to stay relevant.
An honest bail agency will have multiple ways for you to contact and communicate with their agents. The hours following the arrest of a loved one are difficult and stressful - you need to be able to contact someone who will be able to help, to ask them any questions. You should be able to text, email, call, or speak with an agent when you need help.
When an agency has multiple Denver county bail bonds agents, it is usually a good sign. When there are more agents, it means there are more people to help you, with more expertise in the specific jail or county where your loved one is being held. A larger agency is much more established, and usually employs multiple agents.