Last Friday, February 6th, 2015, the Las Vegas Sun reported of a Bail Bonds Scam in Las Vegas that cheated people out of their money. Certain Bail Bonds Companies were promising to get someone out of jail, then not performing and keeping the money.
The Metro Police Department urges anyone that has been scammed to immediately file a police report.
It is also recommended that you do your research before hiring a Las Vegas Bail Bonds Agent: Read reviews, ask for current license, BBB Accreditation and check with the NV Division of Insurance.
Please contact Las Vegas Bail Bonds Agent Marc Gabriel from eBAIL Bail Bonds in Las Vegas by calling 702-462-9200