Welcome to our website! Guilford County Bail Bonds has a reputation that has earned them the praise of past customers and we guarantee your satisfaction when calling upon our bondsmen to handle your bail bond needs... Guilford County bondsmen are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year because situations arise when least expected and our bondsmen vow to be available to you at anytime day or night.. We our 100% confidential and our bail bond agents are the most professional bondsmen available! In the business for over 30 years Guilford County Bondsman have a vast array of experience and knowledge this business. When hiring a Guilford County Bail Bondsmen you could not be in better or more capable hands. As a way to extend their knowledge in the bail bond industry to you “the customer” Guilford Bonds have created this website for you to use as a guide to all the laws and procedures of the bail bond industry in Guilford County North Carolina. We have a FAQ page here on this website that has an array of questions and there answers for you to browse through. Feel free to browse through these questions and answers or you can call our bondsmen at anytime to discuss some of your concerns when needed. Also include on this website for your convenience our all the addresses and phone numbers you may need for jail and courthouses in Guilford County.
When calling Guilford County bail bonds please have the following information available, if possible:
Guilford County Bail Bonds Agency accepts major credit cards, western union and for your convenience.
Knowledgeable and experienced in all areas of the bail bond industry are bondsmen have thirty years of on the job experience in the following areas:
Guilford County Bonds can assist in any of these areas and your satisfaction will be guaranteed with our service and our bondsmen.
Commonly Asked Questions -
Q – How much will it cost me to post a bail?
A – The standard fee for posting a bail is 15% of the entire bail, instead of the 100% of the entire bail bond if posting yourself without the help of a qualified bondsman. So using a bail bondsman is cost effective and less time consuming!
Q – Will I get my bail money back?
A – No, the 15% that you pay is our fee for posting the “entire” bail and is non refundable.
Q – How long does the process take?
A – Most bail bond processes take between 2 and 8 hours to complete. Depending on the counties back log of cases makes a difference in wait time.
Thank you for visiting our website and we look forward to assisting you in all your bail bond needs!
Details on Guilford County North Carolina:
We service these areas of Guilford County North CarolinaColfax, Deep River, Gibsonville, Greensboro, High Point, Jamestown, McLeansville, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Sedalia, Stokesdale, Summerfield, Whitsett
To start a bail bond, call our office and speak with one of our bail bonding agents. Many times, the entire process can take place over the phone, fax, or simply using our electronic documents.
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What our bail agents will need from you:
401 W Sycamore St
Greensboro, NC 27401
Inmate and Prison Records
Guilford County Corrections Department
315 Spring Garden St # 1A
Greensboro, NC 27401
Map the County Jail / Sheriff's Office
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