Bail bondsmen in the state of Florida are regulated by the Florida Department of Financial Services. If you have a complaint about a bail agent, or have any questions regarding a bail bond agent or bail bond laws, contact the bail bond coordinator for the state at the address and phone number below:
Department of Financial Services
200 East Gaines Street
Tallahassee FL 32399-0300
(850)413-3100 (ask for Bail Bond Coordinator)
The legal statutes that govern and regulate bail agents and the bonding profession in the state of Florida can be accessed as follows:
Note that consumers in the state can contact the Florida Department of Financial Services Consumer Helpline at (877) 693-5236, or go to the web site athttp://www.fldfs.com/
In the bail bond business since 1956, Roundtree Bonding Agency can write bonds in all 67 counties in the state of Florida, as well as in more than 30 states nationwide. The owner of Roundtree Bonding, Rick Roundtree, has been a licensed bond agent in the state of Florida since 1978. His company is insured by Accredited Surety and Casualty Co., Inc., an Orlando-based surety company that has agents in every state where bail exists.
Roundtree Bonding Agency will:
* Provide mail and/or phone court notices to all bail bond clients and their co-signers to help ensure that clients make all court appearances.
* Make sure that all parties are fully appraised of all obligations and responsibilities created by signing bail bond contracts.
* Never return a bail client to jail for missing a payment on a bond, if credit is extended.
* Always have a bail agent answering the phone when someone calls, not a 1/800 operator who cannot answer your questions.