Tulsa's Guaranteed Cheapest Bail Bond Agency

Founded in 2010, Alameda Bail Bonds in Tulsa is a local family owned agency that is open 24 hours daily to better serve you with all your surety bail bonds needs.  We help clients by getting their loved ones, friends, or family members that have been arrested, booked into jail, and need to be bailed out of custody.  When people are released from jail on bonds, they can be at home with their families, go back to work in Green Country, and hire a Attorney to help them with the legal system. Our professional Bondsmen will always treat our clientele with only the Utmost respect and in a ethical manner.  We believe these are the key ingredients needed by a business in order to provide Quality Customer Service.  We will work with all clients at Alameda Bail Bonds in Tulsa.  Our goal is to give people the freedom they deserve and at a price all can afford.  Call us today, to talk about your situation and let us be your "Gateway to Freedom in Tulsa". 

 

 
 

24 HOUR BAIL BONDS In TULSA COUNTY

You are asleep in the middle of the night, you get awaken by a phone call, its not good news, someone you love, has been arrested by Law Enforcement, and booked into a Jail in Tulsa County, and they need to be bailed out of custody.  The stress that most people feel when someone is incarcerated can be quite overwhelming.  You have come to the right place for help in your time of need.  We will help you through the bailing process and make this stress free on you.  Located just minutes away from the County Jail,  Alameda Bail Bonds in Tulsa has a network of qualified Bondsmen throughout the Tulsa Metropolitan area to assist you bailing out someone you care about.  We can serve you within minutes after you call us for service to Tulsa, Sand Springs, Broken Arrow, Owasso, Jenks, Bixby,  Glenpool,  Skiatook, and Collinsville.  


BAIL BONDS THROUGHOUT OKLAHOMA'S GREEN COUNTRY 

Alameda Bail Bonds in Tulsa is a Oklahoma State licensed bail bonding agency that  serves all 18 Counties in Green Country Oklahoma.  Our Staff can help you get a loved one that has been arrested and is being detained.  By bonding someone out of Jail or a Detention Center, it gives them the ability to go back to work, and hire a Attorney to fight the Judicial system.  We know the road ahead will not be easy for anyone that has to fight charges against them. This is why  we offer the most low-priced rates for service for the following Oklahoma counties Adair, Craig, Creek, Cherokee, Delaware, Mayes, Mcintosh, Muskogee, Nowata, Okfuskee, Okmulgee, Osage, Ottawa, Pawnee, Rogers, Sequoyah, Tulsa, Wagoner, And Washington County.

 


WE ARE THE CHEAPEST BAIL BOND SOLUTION

When you shop around for bail bonds service, why is it no Bondsmen ever put their rates online?  You would imagine that people would like to know exactly how much it will cost for bail bonds service before they even call. So,  Alameda Bail Bonds in Tulsa created a page just for rates for our service.  The reason why we do this is simple, it's all customer service and courtesy to our clients. We keep our business overhead low, by doing so we can pass along the savings to you. We can do T-Town bail bonds with no collateral as high as $50,000 with qualified cosigners. We offer the lowest Rate 8% on  $3,000 up to 39,999 with cash in hand.  On bail that is $40,000 and higher we can offer cash discounts at 7%.  If you live in another state other then Oklahoma and need bail bonds assistance, call us today, we can approve out of state cosigners for bail.  We accept all Major Credit Cards as well to make this as simple for you and your loved ones in Jail. 


BILINGUAL SERVICE TO ASSIST ALL LATINO FAMILIES IN TULSA COUNTY AND BEYOND

Tulsa Registered Bondsman, Angel Alameda, is fluent in English and Spanish,  to better assist the Latino population in Tulsa, Oklahoma. We can explain the bail bond process and answer any questions you may have related to our Industry.  We offer assistance for Immigration Bail Bonds and can help you get a family member out of Federal Custody at the Tulsa County Jail.