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Around the Clock Bail Bonds
910 Sheridan Ave,
Bronx, New York 10451
(718) 537-0007

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Last updated 3.30.2012

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Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.


Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.


Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.


Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.


Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.


Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.


Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.


Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.


Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.


Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.


Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.


Posted by
AUJASTAR
12/24/2011

All of the above has to be fake. I sent my mother to Marvin's bail bond on Dec 2, 2011 to bail out my brother who was wrongly accused of a crime and the judge suspended the sentence. Today is Dec 24, 2011 and he is still not out. With the help of his attorney, we did all of the work, including but not limited to getting the papers from the court, sending the papers to Albany, and to the IRC in queensboro correctional facility. All he had to do was post the bond. Every time we call they say that someone will call back, or call back at this time or that, but to no avail. They are the most unprofessional, manipulating, patronizing group of individuals that I have ever dealt with. So the people above had to be forged. I would not advise you to use them ever. They have great prices, and that must be because you get what you pay for. Pay less and get less. I give them two thumbs down, and all ten toes down as well. What a total waste of time. Look for them on the news, because I have contacted the news and the better business bureau. They change their name obviously a bunch of time because Around the clock, Marvins, and Freedom bail bonds are all the same place. which is 910 Sheridan Ave. I guess after they dupe another person they change the name, or use another name. It's ridiculous. I'd rather pay the whole bail and keep it moving.They are the worse

Posted by
H. A
10/19/2011

My world turned upside down when my wife got arrested last Saturday night and was sent to Riker's Island. I told her to go out with her sisters. She's a good mother, and needed the break. I guess you can get arrested from fighting in the street. I didn't know what to do, and the only bondsman that was willing to work with me was Marvin on 910 Sheridan Avenue. I called late at night, he gave me a price that fit my budget, and let me know that I was getting back a good portion of my payment after my wife's case is over. He got my wife quickly, and I can't thank him enough. Both my wife and I owe a lot to Marvin and professional staff for working with us at all those crazy ours.

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