Terms & Conditions of Use and Privacy Policy


Pricing Fees for Services

$100.00 Per bond written or 10% of each bond written. 

This is the law:
Florida Statute 648.33 Bail bond rates.—
(1) Bail bond rates are subject to the provisions of part I of chapter 627 of the insurance code.
(2) It is unlawful for a bail bond agent to execute a bail bond without charging a premium therefor, and the premium rate may not exceed or be less than the premium rate as filed with and approved by the office.


Any judge setting or granting monetary bail shall set a separate and specific bail amount for each charge or offense. When bail is posted, each charge or offense requires a separate bond. see 903.02(4) Fla. Stat.

69B-221.085 Florida Dept. Of Financial Services Rules

Rate Filing; Approval; Proof.

Pursuant to Section 648.35(2), F.S., the rates as filed and approved by the Office of Insurance Regulation are the only rates which may be used and the same rate must apply to every bond written. All bail bond rate filings shall be submitted on Form DI4-503, Rev. 10/90 “Bail Bond Rate Filing” which is adopted and incorporated herein by reference. This form may be obtained from the Office of Insurance Regulation, Bureau of P & C Forms and Rates, Larson Building, Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0300. Before the rate filing may be changed, a new filing must be made and approved by the Office of Insurance Regulation. The professional bail bond agent must be able to prove that their previous rate was either too high or too low as the case may be. Bail bond agents must charge the rate approved by the Office of Insurance and may not advertise reduced rates.

Rulemaking Authority 648.26 FS. Law Implemented 648.35(2), 648.36 FS. History–Repromulgated 12-24-74, Formerly 4-1.11, Amended 9-10-91, Formerly 4-1.011, Amended 4-14-97, Formerly 4-221.085.




Refunds are in strict accordance with Florida Statutes and once a defendant has walked out of the jail the premium is earned and there is no refund of premium except as provided under law. (see below)

Collateral is 100% refundable as long as there is no breach of bond or bond forfeiture.  (see below)

Florida administrative rule

69B-221.100 Terms and Conditions of Contract; Surrender Form.

(1) The terms and conditions of all contracts entered into between a principal and a surety for a bail bond shall set forth the bond number, the date, the amount of the premium and the name of the surety company as follows:


The following terms and conditions are an integral part of this application for appearance bond No. ___ dated ___ for which ___ Surety Company or its agent shall receive a premium in the amount of ___ ($___) Dollars, and the parties agree that said appearance bond is conditioned upon full compliance by the principal of all said terms and conditions and is a part of said bond and application therefor.

  1. ___ Surety Company, as bail, shall have control and jurisdiction over the principal during the term for which the bond is executed and shall have the right to apprehend, arrest and surrender the principal to the proper officials at any time as provided by law.
  2. In the event surrender of principal is made prior to the time set for principal’s appearances, and for reasons other than as enumerated below in paragraph 3., then a refund of the bond premium shall be made to the person listed on the premium receipt.
  3. It is understood and agreed that the happening of any one of the following events shall constitute a breach of principal’s obligations to ___ Surety Company hereunder, and ___ Surety Company shall have the right to forthwith apprehend, arrest and surrender principal, and principal shall have no right to any refund of premium whatsoever. Said events which shall constitute a breach of principal’s obligations hereunder are:

(a) If principal shall depart the jurisdiction of the court without the written consent of the court and ___ Surety Company, or its Agent.

(b) If principal shall move from one address to another within the State of Florida without notifying ___ Surety Company or its Agent in writing prior to said move.

(c) If principal shall commit any act which shall constitute reasonable evidence of principal’s intention to cause a forfeiture of said bond.

(d) If principal is arrested and incarcerated for any offense other than a minor traffic violation.

(e) If principal shall make any material false statement in the application.


For complaints or inquiries, please contact:

Florida Department of Financial Services
Division of Consumer Services
200 East Gaines St.
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0322
(877)692-5236 (in-state)
(850)413-3089 (all areas)


We believe you should control your personal information and that only you should decide how, when and with whom that information is shared. Our commitment to putting you in control of your personal information and protecting your privacy is the reason we do not sell, rent or share any consumer’s personal information without permission. It’s why we provide a simple and easy-to-use service on our Web site that allows customers to control the information they want us to have. It’s also why we play a leading industry role in online privacy. We work closely with technology groups and policy organizations to make sure you and our other customers receive the highest levels of privacy assurance and compliance from our products and business operations.  

Privacy Notice 

This Notice applies to Accredited Holding Corporation and its affiliated companies Accredited Surety and Casualty Company, Inc., Accredited Bond Agencies, Inc., and Accredited Group Agency, Inc. The word Accredited is used in the notice to refer to the companies listed above.

Accredited believes strongly in the protection of personal privacy and is committed to complying with the state and federal regulations
that govern the collection and use of personal information. This notice explains to you how Accredited handles and protects the information we collect.

Accredited collects and uses customer information for legitimate business purposes. Accredited does not sell lists of our customers, nor do we disclose customer information to marketing companies except to companies we may hire to provide specific services as permitted by law.
Accredited obtains non-public information about you from the following sources:
• Information we receive from you, such as information on applications or other related forms, which may include your name,
address, age, and social security number.
• Information we receive from consumer reporting agencies, government agencies, credit references, employers, insurance
companies, attorneys, and financial institutions, such as your credit history, verification of employment, criminal history and
net income.
• Information about your transactions with us such as policy coverage, premiums and payment history.
Accredited does not disclose any non-public personal information about you or former customers to anyone except as permitted by law.
• As permitted by law. For example, providing information to industry regulators, to law enforcement agencies, for fraud
prevention, to credit bureaus, and to third parties that assist us in processing the product or service you have requested.
• With parties that assist Accredited in promoting our own products and services, such as printers, and mail houses.
• Under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, to our Affiliates, so long as the information disclosed is Transaction and Experience
Information and
• To Affiliates and Nonaffiliated Third Parties to the extent necessary to process, obtain, service, maintain, administer or
enforce the service or product that you have requested we provide.
Accredited protects the confidentiality and security of your personal information.
Accredited restricts access to non-public personal information about you to our employees, and agents who need this information
to provide products and services to you. We maintain physical, electronic, and procedural safeguards that comply with federal
regulations to guard your non-public personal information.
Individual rights
You have a right to review your personal information and to request that we correct, amend or delete the information on file.
Web Privacy
When you visit Accredited’s web site, the Web server automatically collects and maintains statistical information from our site’s data
logs that concern network traffic flow and volume. The Web server recognizes the name of the Internet domain, the IP address from
which you accessed the site, and the time and date. This information does not identify personal e-mail addresses or other personal
information. The site’s data log collects this information in aggregate form. The information is used to improve the usefulness of the
web site. Accredited’s web site does not use cookies to collect individual information about you and your web site usage.
Right to Privacy Notification
Accredited provides the Privacy Notice so that customers will be confident in understanding how Accredited handles and protects the
information we collect. An annual Privacy Notice is sent only to customers who maintain an on-going relationship with Accredited.
Our Privacy Policy is available for review online at www.accredited-inc.com.

Accredited Surety and Casualty Company, Inc.
P.O. Box 140855, Orlando, FL 32814-0855
Contact us at: 800-432-2799

Central Bail Bonds
1703 W Fairfield Drive, Pensacola, FL 32501
Contact us at: 850-981-5400