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Jobs – Bail Bonds – California
Jobs – Bounty Hunters – California
Mentor’s bail bond company owners are
now expanding and with its first successful bail agency going direct to surety
after negotiating its multi-year program for small business owners with no
experience in the bail bonds industry.
Since this general agency’s bail
agencies, with owners who respond to training, are expanding, this general
agency is now inundated with calls from its bail agency owner bail agents who
are now requesting general agency assistance in recruiting new posting agents
in counties ranging from San Diego to Los Angeles, Riverside to Orange, Ventura
to Santa Barbara, Fresno to Stanislaus, San Joaquin to Sacramento, San Mateo to
Santa Clara and many other locations throughout California.
Of notable interest are the calls for
bounty hunting services, and those persons who are Penal Code 1299 Compliant
and Bailspeak Alumni are considered for
jobs in both bail bonds and bounty hunting!
Bailspeak is a California Department of
Insurance Approved Bail School, and its Alumni are in high demand by bail bond
and bounty hunting recruiters throughout California.
Interested persons looking for jobs in
bail bonds or bounty hunting should feel free to email a Resume Letter (not a
resume or basic email query) as a PDF (this Office will not open up attachments
and will block spammers) for consideration (please follow these simple
instructions or feel free to seek bounty hunting and bail bond jobs with other bail employers) to
be passed on to many of California's Fastest Growing, new Bail Bond Companies that have been and are now very active in the Bail Mentorship Program.
Please note, the Bail Mentorship Program
is surety specific and is not accepting queries from those persons who are
currently appointed or expecting to be appointed by sureties that are not
Mentor sureties; moreover, only Bailspeak Alumni or bounty hunters who have
taken Bailspeak’s Lawful Bounty Hunting,
Taser User Certification and Bail Motion Studies courses will be considered for Mentor Bail Agency contracts with its Mentor
Bail Agencies for bail enforcement contracts ~ Thank you for your time.
IS BAIL DEAD?
Or is it?
By A Bail Mentor
“Bail is dead; don’t get into bail!” is
a commonly stated reply to people who randomly and curiously contact bail
agency owners to essentially, and I am paraphrasing, ask as follows: “I’d like
to become your direct competition, but I first need to know from you yourself
if it is a good idea to become your competition; therefore, should I get into
The strategy of making inquiry as
loosely described above is very curious to me; moreover, I cannot attach any
understanding as to why anyone would, and many people often report doing
essentially what is described above, approach a person in an industry with an oblique
agenda that is pretty obvious to any first year bail agent.
Here we arrive at whether or not it is a
good idea to enter into the bail industry based on unbiased, anecdotal and
empirical evidence available on this bail education website, Facebook page, and
any of Bailspeak’s other websites versus an apocryphal as referenced in
paragraph one above.
My opinion on the subject is unbiased
because I spend more time on a landline or cellular phone trying to talk people
OUT of pursuing a career in the bail bonds and bounty hunting industries over
encouraging the attempt to do so.
Why would a bail educator try to steer
people away from bail and bounty hunting?
This question may be answered by an historical fact framed as a
question; why are hundreds upon hundreds of Bailspeak Alumni now working in the
California Bail Bonds Industry in one or more capacities? Could it be that
Bailspeak Alumni are principally hardy folks who Could Not and Would Not be
talked out of attempting to enter into the bail bonds and bounty hunting realm
of the American Justice System in a ten minute phone call?
It is my position that any person who
strikes out into the California Bail Industry via Bailspeak succeed, and, if I
can talk a person out of the proper application of “intestinal fortitude” in a
five or ten minute phone call then, perhaps, bail or bounty hunting isn’t right
for them and will bluntly state as much more frequently than not. I do not intend to be “mean-spirited” by
talking people out of bail and bounty hunting; I simply advance an honest
opinion based on available conversational questions and answers to save people
time and money.
So, is “Bail Dead?” Spend some time on Bailspeak’s Mother Website
and any of its related sister websites where you will find:
Class Photos primarily installed on each bail website for consumer protection
Class Photos primarily depicting a very high percentage of new bail hires
testimonials from 100s of real people who put their opinions of Bailspeak in
it not reasonable to conclude that Bailspeak and its History would not exist
but for a lively California Bail Industry?
So is “Bail Dead?” Visit any of Bailspeak’s Bail Education
websites including, Facebook and YouTube, and you will find:
Agent Pre-Licensing class videos
Bounty Hunting videos
User Certification videos
Motion Continuing Bail Education Videos
Hunter quasi tutorial videos
Bonds Marketing Videos
Davidson just because videos
Is it not reasonable to conclude that if
“bail” really was “dead” then there is no way that Bailspeak’s Internet videos
could possibly be rapidly approaching a half a million views in such an obscure
area of the employment market and criminal justice system?
Is bail or bounty hunting for
everyone? No. If bail and bounty hunting were easy then it
wouldn’t be so obscure.
Can you succeed in bail or bounty
hunting? I cannot answer whether or not
you can make it in bail or bounty hunting because I don’t know you or anything
about you; however, what I do know are people—lots and lots of people—who are
making it in bail and bounty hunting but they all work their hindquarters off—non-stop!
So, is “Bail Dead?” Perhaps this question is best decided by you?
JOBS IN BAIL BONDS
Many of the Bail Bond Company Owners of
this general bail agency have initiated business expansion from specializing in
one county jail area of operation and to multiple California counties and with
some now with new hire bail agents who are actively posting bonds in the
following cities and counties and with more requests for new hires expected in
the coming weeks, months and years:
El Dorado, Sacramento, French Camp San Joaquin, Modesto Stanislaus, Merced, San
Francisco, Redwood City San Mateo, Martinez Contra Costa, San Jose Santa Clara,
Santa Barbara, Ventura, Orange, Los Angeles, Riverside, San Diego
Those persons interested in learning more
about either starting their own bail bond companies or seeking employment with
existing bail bond businesses should feel free to email this general agency a
resume or interest letter installed directly into the body of the email; this
general agency’s clerical staff will not click on attachments or links or any
potentially risky element of incoming emails, so please follow query
instructions as described.
Please allow 3 business days for a
reply, and this general agency will disperse your interest or resume letter to
its applicable bail agency owners for further review and consideration.
This process is a preliminary
introduction procedure and Bail Mentor does not guarantee or promise nor is
this service intended to implicate any type of job placement program; this is
simply a courtesy to Mentor Bail Agents who are hiring and for those who may
find opportunities working for Mentor Bail Agents.
The Following are Opinion Editorials to help people
new to Bail
begin to gather more information about how to either
or seek employment in Bail Bonds
Copyright 2010 Bail Mentor, All Rights Reserved
BOUNTY HUNTERS WANTED!
Please Read and Follow the Same Interest Process as for Bail Agent Jobs.
When all is said and done, those around
you will rejoice in your new found happiness, for, according to Ulysses S.
Grant, “The friend in my adversity I shall always cherish most. I can better trust those who helped to
relieve the gloom of my dark hours than those who are so ready to enjoy with me
the sunshine of my prosperity.”
“To put the world in right order, we must first put
the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must first put the family
in order; to put the family in order, we must first cultivate our personal
life; we must first set our hearts right.”