Bail Bonds 201: Insider Tips to avoiding common mistakes and Pitfalls of the Bail Industry.
Orange County, CA (PRWEB) February 6, 2008
As more people seek to start their own business in the face of corporate layoffs and the recession, one business prospect offers considerable potential: bail bonds. Fueled by popular television shows, interest in the bail industry continues to rise. Until now, the industry lacked a comprehensive guide for new bail agents. Sean M. Cook, a 15-year bail industry veteran, has provided the answer in his second book: "Bail Bonds 201: Insider Tips to avoiding common mistakes and Pitfalls of the Bail Industry." (Available now: Bail Out Publishing, ISBN: 0-9764958-1-3, $24.95).
Bail Bonds 201 is a comprehensive, step-by-step guide for new bail agents and seasoned veterans that explains why some bail bond companies fail, what the dangers are with forfeitures and bail skips, where problems arise, warning signs, doing your due diligence and much more. Bail Bonds 201 shows bail agents how to grow a successful bail bond business and avoid the pitfalls and high-risk liabilities that sink many bail agencies within their first couple of years in business. The book has received endorsements from several bail and surety companies.
Cook has been in the bail bond business for over 15 years and is considered a bail bond expert among industry professionals. Starting his career with one of the largest bail companies in California, he soon ventured on to open his own bail agency, which he has operated over the past 13 years. Since then, he has acquired another agency and has the largest bail online presence with his website http://www.Bail.com. He receives more than 15 online requests daily for advice on starting a bail bond company.