Yavapai County Bail Bonds™
We are the original Yavapai County Bail Bonds company. Yavapai County Bail Bonds is your answer to convenient posting of bail bonds in Camp Verde and bail bonds in Prescott. We specialize in long distance bail bond transactions via phone, email, or fax. You don’t need to drive to a Camp Verde bail bonds office, or to the jail to post bail anymore. Call us when you want to use a credit card, or would prefer to wire, deposit, or transfer funds to our bank account rather than put up collateral assets. When the case is over we will ensure the speedy refund of your entire bail amount (fees are non-refundable).
Yavapai County Jail
Yavapai County Bail Bonds provides service to the Yavapai County Jail in Camp Verde and to the Downtown Prescott Jail . All bail bonds in Yavapai County will be physically posted at the Camp Verde Jail, or at the court of jurisdiction. This includes: bail bonds in Prescott, bail bonds Cottonwood, bail bonds Mayer, bail bonds Prescott Valley. We are the original Yavapai County Bail Bonds company.
“Use a credit card to charge the total
bail amount and fee.”
Yavapai County Bail Bonds by Phone
Whether you live out-of-state, or in a neighboring town, nothing beats the convenience of posting bail from your own home or office call: (928) 567-8813). There are several methods available:
Use a Credit Card
Use a credit card to charge the total bail amount and fee. Once the case is over and the court returns the bond, your bail amount is refunded back to you. We accept all major credit cards.
Make a Bank Deposit
Make a direct deposit into one of our bank accounts. We bank at Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, National Bank of Arizona and Bank of the West.
When you don’t have a credit card, or one of our banks nearby, you may wire funds to us. Wired funds may take a few hours before they show up in our bank account, but once they arrive, your bond will be promptly posted. Be aware that wired funds must be received by the bank’s cut-off time (usually 2-3 pm); if the wire is not made before the bank’s cut-off time, the funds will not show up until the next morning. If you are trying to post bail on Friday and miss the wire cut-off time, then the wire will not arrive until Monday.
A popular method offered through most banks is an application called Zelle. Zelle is accessed through your bank’s online portal and allows you to instantly transfer as much as several thousand dollars. The dollar limit is set by each bank, i.e., Wells Fargo – $2,500; BOA – $2,500; Chase personal checking – $2,500; Chase business – $5,000.
“Our Yavapai County bail bondsmen … can put large bonds together quickly and painlessly.”
Big Bond Specialist
We are Big Bond Specialists. Large bail bonds in Yavapai county are financially draining and emotionally difficult for family and friends of a person in jail. Don’t make it more difficult on yourself by using an inexperienced Prescott or Camp Verde bail bondsman. Our Yavapai County bail bondsmen are trained to deal with difficult or upsetting situations. They are experts at putting large bonds together quickly and painlessly.
Yavapai County Bail Bonds does not take property for collateral on small bonds under $10,000. Any bond under $10,000 will require the full bail amount and premium fee to be paid via credit card, cash deposit, or wired funds. Real estate can be used for bonds that are $10,000 or larger. We can also take cash, credit cards, wired funds, bank deposits, or a combination of all of the above for large bonds.
Bail Bonds Service Area
Yavapai County encompasses a wide area with the main population density in Prescott and Prescott Valley. Yavapai County Bail Bonds provides service to the following towns and cities:
Cottonwood, Prescott, Prescott Valley, Sedona, Cottonwood, Camp Verde, Chino Valley, Clarkdale, Dewey-Humboldt, Jerome, Ash Fork, Seligman, Bagdad, Black Canyon City, Congress, Cordes Lakes, Cornville, Lake Montezuma, Mayer, Paulden, Village of Oak Creek, Wilhoit, Yarnell.
Inmate Information Request
If you are wanting to bail out an inmate at the Yavapai County Jail and you are unable to reach us by phone you may submit this form. We will get back to you with a quote as soon as possible; alternatively, you may call the jail for information at (928) 567-7734, or check the Inmate Roster
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