Q: Bondsman stole car and didn’t take off balance now house is going to auction for 6490 by September 29 on a zero charge
Inowed 2000 for a 20000 bond that I put. Y house up for the charge was dropped shortly after I bonded out but I owed the 2000 still about a month after I got out w no contact the bondsman came and took my 2008 Jeep Patriot 4x4 he said that he would notify me of the remainder balance after he sold the jeep and about a week ago I found out that my house is going up for auction he saying that I old him 2950 and now I have to pay $6490 by the 29th and even to this day I am having a lot of problems trying to just find somebody to pay nobody won’t answer me nobody will give me an amount nothing
Get a lawyer as soon as possible regarding the house auction. There should be a court file number, and documents may indicate a lawyer who represents the bondsman, whom you should contact regarding payment.
As to the car, it's likely as part of the bond contract, you signed over title to them.
All this is, of course, premised on the fact that you contracted with the bonds company to pay them $2,000 - I assume you are aware of that by now, but the following is more so for others' knowledge. When you use a bonds company, you are agreeing to pay for a service, regardless of what happens with your charges.
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