Bail Hotline Bail Bonds is currently looking to hire qualified individuals as Bail Agent Assistants, the right candidate will display customer service skills that will allow them to change the mentality of this industry. We are looking for those who are seeking a career and not something temporary, with a strong effort you will be given the opportunity to become a licensed Bail Agent sooner than normal.
If you are the type of person who takes initiative, has strong data entry skills, treats others with respect, and willing to work nights and weekends please send your resume to Daniel Sanchez at email@example.com
Riverside, CA—The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC), the premier organization promoting the development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and emerging Hispanic businesses in California, hosted the 2016 Annual Convention in Riverside, CA, September 21st to 23rd at the Riverside Convention Center.
Marco McGuire and his business the Bali Hotline Bail Bonds was recognized as “Business of the Year” at the annual event.
The theme of this 3 day event was “Innovation Starts Here”. The conference focused on new innovations that spark the success and creativity of entrepreneurs in California, the technologies that are transforming industries, and honoring and recognizing Hispanic business leaders who are changing the business landscape in California.
“It is a great honor to be recognized for all of the hard work that goes into building a business. I share this award with my family and the 340 employees that come to work every day to make a difference,” remarked Marco McGuire as he accepted the award. “Real success is achieved when you work to a position from which you can help others. That is what I work for every day.”
For more information about the 37th annual convention visit: www.chccconvention.com
The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce (CHCC) has a network of over 45 Hispanic chambers and business associations throughout the State of California. Through its network of Hispanic chambers and business associations, the CHCC represents the interest of over 800,000 Hispanic business owners in California. The CHCC is the premier and largest regional ethnic business organization in the nation that promotes the economic growth and development of Hispanic entrepreneurs and California’s Emerging Businesses.
Marco McGuire and his brothers Daniel, Cesar, and Gilbert McGuire own Bail Hotline Bail Bonds, Phoenix Rising Recovery Center, ProAbiton Whiskey Lounge, and The Boardwalk Barber Shop.
Co-workers from across the state participated in sales training and teambuilding exercises that cumulate in several teams building the bikes for kids in need.
Riverside, CAMiracle on Main Street, an annual toy drive and health fair in Downtown Riverside, will receive about 35 bicycles from Bail Hotline Bail Bonds. “Each year our event helps more and more kids, this year we hope to give away 1000 toys for kids in need.These bikes will sure put smiles on a lot of kids’ faces!” explained Michael Lopez, one of the events founders.
Bail Hotline Bail Bonds combined sales training with the bicycle giveaway.“After an intensive sales workshop, our bail agents form teams, build the bikes and role play a sales scenario demonstrating the training they just learned.It is a great team building exercise, and the bikes are used for a great cause,” remarked Marco McGuire, VP of Bail Hotline.
About Miracle on Main Street Riverside:
A miracle is returning to Riverside’s Main Street on December 13, 2015! For the third year in a row, downtown Riverside businesses are spearheading the Miracle on Main Street: Toy Drive and Health Fair to spread holiday cheer and provide much needed resources to local families in need.
Last year’s event provided toys, health screenings, and a day of fun to nearly 800 families. This year, thanks to new partnerships with Riverside Downtown Partnership (RDP), the event is poised to reach nearly 1,000 local children.
All donations made to the event are tax-deductible. Donations can be made to Riverside Community Health Foundation Tax ID Number: 23-7276444
ABOUT BAIL HOTLINE BAIL BONDS
Bail Hotline Bail bonds is the fastest growing bail bonds company in California, with 32 offices across the state and a staff of more than 300 employees. The company offers a number of free resources for families seeking to get their loved ones released from jail, including an Inmate Information Hotline and a Bail Information Center. The company is committed to offering help and integrity to families during their time of need.
Bail Hotline Bail Bonds to Host Annual 1,000 Backpack Giveaway for Students at Boys & Girls Club in Logan Heights Since 2010, the California Company has hosted back-to-school backpack giveaways in San Diego and will be joined by Sombrero Mexican Food with 500 free burritos at this year’s flash event
San Diego, Calif. (September 9th, 2015)–Bail Hotline Bail Bonds (www.mybailhotline.com), the premier company servicing all of California with comprehensive bail bonds services and assistance, will host its back-to-school backpack giveaway of 1,000 backpacks at the William J. Oaks Branch Boys & Girls Club (2930 Marcy Ave.) for students in nearby elementary schools on Tuesday, September 9th, 2015.
After successful giveaways in San Diego and neighboring counties since 2010, team members from Bail Hotline will gather at the Boys & Girls Club to distribute the backpacks and free mini burritos from Sombrero Mexican Food (www.sombreromex.com) at noon, in accordance with nearby schools’ scheduled dismissal times. Students at Burbank Elementary School, Rodriguez Elementary School and Logan Elementary School have been notified of the giveaway, which will be handled on a first-come, first-serve basis.
“It’s an honor for Bail Hotline to be welcomed by the William J. Oaks Boys & Girls Club again this year and provide these students with brand new backpacks for a successful 2015 – 2016 school year,” said Marco McGuire, CEO of Bail Hotline Bail Bonds. “We’ve seen the impact new school supplies can have on students academics and overall productivity, so we’re proud to be a positive driver of that, year after year.”
During past years’ giveaways in San Diego, Riverside, Los Angeles and San Bernardino, all 1,000 backpacks were gone within less than an hour.
“It’s a great gesture that Bail Hotline Bail Bonds continues to carry out, donating backpacks to assist our youth with their school endeavors,” said William J. Oakes Branch Manager Ricardo Sandoval. “It shows how the community cares about our youth, which is what our organization prides itself in.”
The William J. Oaks Branch of the Boys & Girls Club is an age-appropriate place of physical and emotional safety and stability for its club members, where they have structure and clearly defined boundaries. The youth that are part of its organization are able to build strong, positive connections with adult role models and their peers.
Bail Hotline Bail Bonds is actively involved in the community, carrying out monthly community service efforts and outreach events.
To find a Bail Hotline Bail Bonds location nearest you, visit www.myBailHotline.com or call 866-974-7360 for immediate assistance.
The easiest way to bail someone out of jail is with cash, though this doesn’t always work and leads us to the topic of discussion: bail bond collateral. In most cases, a surety bond is the way to go when bailing someone out of jail. A surety bond is when you pay 10 percent of the bond amount to the bond agency (also called a “premium”) and the agency’s insurance company backs the rest. When you buy a surety bond, you also have to have enough collateral to make up for the other 90 percent of the bond in case the accused skips out on a court date.
Bail bonds and the prohibition against being held without excessive bail is one our Fundamental Constitutional Rights, and something we need to take seriously. There are many different aspects to bail, today we will take you through the consequences of “failing to appear”, “FTA”, “breaking a bond” or missing a court date.
There are two primary reasons for honoring a bail bond. It is important for both the co-signer (or Indemnitor) and the defendant to make sure to follow through on any restrictions, requirements, prerequisites, and obligations of signing a bail bond. By following these “rules,” per se, you can be assured that there will be no unexpected or unnecessary financial or criminal consequences (for the accused) of bailing someone out of jail.
Bail bonds are a tricky business. Most people don’t know how they work, how to get one, or even how much they cost. Today, we will discuss one important component of bail bonds: Co-signing. By the end of this post, you should know everything you need to know about setting up and becoming liable for a bail bond.
Bail bonds have been around in some form or another for more than a century. Most people credit the first U.S. bail bond system to be created by two brothers in San Francisco at the turn of the 19th century. Since then, almost every other state (all except for four) allows jailed persons to use bail bonds to be released.