Washington Residents Get Free Warrant Checks!
A-Affordable Bail Bonds of Washington is now offering FREE WARRANT CHECKS to all people in Washington who have at one time or another been arrested and think they may have a warrant for not appearing in court. The response to this Free Warrant Check offering has been overwhelming. Since the beginning of 2010 A-Affordable Bail Bonds has completed over 1500 Free Warrant Checks which have resulted in 219 people being able to reschedule their court appointments with the Washington courts and various county courts without fear of arrest. IS there a catch? NOPE! One thing A-Affordable Bail Bonds knows is CUSTOMER SERVICE. In many cases some people turned themselves into the jail where their warrant was out of and then called A-Affordable Bail Bonds to help them get bailed out. It is a WIN WIN situation for A-Affordable Bail Bonds and the defendants alike.
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A-Affordable Bail Bonds has been performing the free warrant check for years as a courtesy to their clients. They never expected the overwhelming success and publicity that came from making the offering statewide to all people regardless of whether or not they were a past client.
The one stipulation on the free warrant check is that you have to dial a toll number. That’s it! You have to make the call and pay for it. A-Affordable Bail Bonds makes it easy for you to clear your name.The lines have been busy so you may have to leave your full name date of birth and county where you were previously arrested. If you get the voice mail just leave the information that they ask for and be patient, it has been taking up to a week to complete since the news became public The two people who are running the program will make every effort to determine whether or not you have an active warrant and then will return your call with either the good or bad news- no matter what the news, it’s better to know than not.
Free Warrant Check Service for Washington Residents