Frequently Asked Questions about Bail Bonds HQ removal
Once you have been arrested, your arrest and mugshot can appear quickly online. In just a few days, search engines like Google or Bing can index that information, making it easy to find by anyone Googling your name. This includes potential employers, landlords, relatives, dating prospects, and more. A common website that we get calls about is Bail Bonds HQ. We’ll help answer the questions you may have about Bail Bonds HQ removal.
What is Bail Bonds HQ?
Bail Bonds HQ is presented as a directory of bail bondsmen and women for those seeking that info. In addition, this site offers a “resource for bail bondsmen”, or a searchable index of inmates and mugshots in jails throughout the U.S. Their main objective is to generate ad revenue from the search traffic generated by posting arrest records online.
How did Bail Bonds HQ get my personal information?
Most arrest information, mugshots, and court records are public information. As such, those records are available to anyone combing through the police department and court websites, and archives. This practice may not be ethical. But in most cases, it’s perfectly legal, bail Bonds HQ provides a way to “opt-out” of the site by filling out a simple online form. It claims to remove the arrest information of those who “opt-out” within three business days. The problem, however, is that the information on their site has likely been indexed by Google. This means it will still be visible to potential employers, creditors and partners, even after Bail Bonds HQ removes it.
How long does a mugshot stay on Bail Bonds HQ?
If you do nothing your arrest information could remain online indefinitely. Some of our clients have arrest information a decade or longer still on the internet. After search engines like Google index that information and third-party sites scrape it, it may remain online or proliferate to other data aggregators.
My case was dismissed or my record was expunged? Why do I still need to pay to have my mugshot and arrest information removed?
The US Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) makes all such records available to the public. Some states like Florida also have lax public record laws that make them ripe for abuse. These records, including court records and mugshots, can be used by owners of websites, such as Bail Bonds HQ. The laws governing how these sites handle personal information have not been tested in court yet. If you sealed or expunged your record, or if your case was dismissed, your info will likely show up on Bail Bond HQ and possibly other websites. Once your information is available online, it may be scraped by other websites. Some websites that publish this information may prove to be difficult to remove later down the road.
Do I need an attorney to remove my mug shot from Bail Bonds HQ?
An attorney can remove a mugshot through an arduous process of determining the site owner, serving them, and requesting the image be removed or face civil litigation. But that is a long and drawn-out battle that adds up quickly. Attorneys are great when defending yourself in a courtroom, but we are superior in defending you online.
What are the steps for removing my personal information from Bail Bonds HQ?
RemoveMyMugshot.org makes it simple to remove your arrest information from Bail Bonds HQ and any mugshot websites. Give us a call so we can discuss your unique situation and tailor a plan custom to your online presence. We’ll provide you with a free consultation and a fair price that doesn’t change every time you call. If you like our proposal, we’ll get started right away. The entire Bail Bonds HQ removal process can begin immediately.
How much does it cost for Bail Bonds HQ arrest record removal?
Our pricing is standard and stays the same regardless of the number of mugshots you have online. Due to the unique process we engage in your mugshot will be removed and any future one will be prevented from appearing online. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you’re not happy with our Bail Bonds HQ removal service, we will refund 100% of your money.
What to do now?
Don’t get embarrassed and suffer the loss of a job, or romantic opportunity because your information is on Bail Bond HQ. Learn more about Bail Bond HQ removal, contact our Mugshot removal team at 844-684-7468 today. We have helped more than 50,000 people like you remove their bail and arrest records off the internet. Let us help you get a fresh start online today.
Alex Adekola is a thought leader in the reputation management industry who has targeted mugshot publishers since 2012. Alex Adekola is the longest-serving reputation management director online and has written a book on mugshot removal. He is the creator and director of strategy at RemoveMyMugshot.org and MyClearSearch.com.