If someone calls you out of the blue asking for help with bail bonds, it’s probably because they’re grasping at straws to get out. Your first instinct may be to step in and help; no one wants to imagine someone locked up behind bars.
If the person in custody is your family member who you’ve known your whole life, then yes, you should help out.
On the flip side of that coin, there are certain circumstances in which you should think twice about signing a bail bonds contract. Below are 4 signs you should observe, and remember number 3 can get you jailed.
1. You haven’t heard from them in years
Let’s say you get a call from a guy you haven’t seen since your WASSCE last paper. Sure, you’re Facebook friends, but why are they calling you? (Unless you are a Police Officer). Why aren’t they calling a family member? Perhaps they have burned all of those bridges and no one is willing to take full legal responsibility for them. Save yourself the headache. Continue Reading: ghanasecure.com