Aladdin Bail Bonds guides you or your loved one through the bail bond process. They provide services in California, Washington, Idaho, Utah, and Nevada. The company offers bilingual services every day of the year.
Aladdin Bail Bonds Payment Online
Aladdin Bail Bonds offers convenient online payment options.
To get started, first visit their homepage.
On the top of the page, click on “Payments”, which takes you to their payment page.
Register for Aladdin Bail Bonds Payment Online
Before you can make an online payment, you need to contact their financial services department at 1-800-774-74-52. They will assist you in setting up a username and password so you can pay online.
Log into Aladdin Bail Bonds Payment Online
After you’ve contacted their financial services department, you can make online payments.
Go to their payment page. Scroll about halfway down the page. Under the heading “Pay Online” click on the words “Click here”.
Enter the email address and password you set up with their financial services department. Follow the prompts to make your payment.
Other Ways to Pay Your Aladdin Bail Bonds Bill
You can also pay your Aladdin Bail Bonds bill in other ways.
- Pay by phone: Call them at 1-866-293-34-65 to make a payment over the phone. You can pay by credit card, debit card, or by online check.
- Pay by mail: Mail a money order or check to
Aladdin Bail Bonds
Payment Processing Center
P.O. Box 2606
Carlsbad, CA, 92011.
- Pay in person. You can pay in person at any Aladdin Bail Bonds location. They accept cash, money orders, checks, debit cards, and credit cards.
Aladdin Bail Bonds Customer Service
If you need assistance, you can reach Aladdin Bail Bonds customer service any time at 1-866-512-22-45.
Aladdin Bail Bonds FAQs
What is bail?
Bail is a payment that allows someone to be released from legal custody. Bail can be money, property, or a bail bond, which is what Aladdin assists you with.
How do bail bonds work?
A bail bond guarantees payment of the full bail amount if the person who was released doesn’t show up to all court appearances. Bail service providers like Aladdin provides these services. To get bail services, you pay a premium, which is typically a percentage of the full bail amount.
What is a co-signer or guarantor?
A co-signer or guarantor assumes responsibility for the person who has been released on bail. This includes financial responsibility for the full bail amount if the person who has been released fails to show up for court.
What does exonerated mean?
A bail bond is exonerated when your legal proceedings are completed. Your bond is discharged at this point, but you may still owe a premium or other fees.
Is the premium refundable?
The premium is not refundable. Even if the person is found innocent, Aladdin has provided bail services, so your premium will not be refunded.