Orlando, Florida Bail Bondsman Warns of Porch Pirates This Holiday Season

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Central Florida Bonding Offers Tips For Protecting Packages Delivered By Amazon, FedEx, Post Office and Others

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Beware of Porch Pirates this Holiday Season

We are seeing a spike in Porch Pirates already this holiday season. With so many people out of work thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, people are turning to other means for their holiday shopping.

Central Florida Bonding announces the launch of their newest article entitled “Protecting Yourself From Porch Pirates”. This article is geared to educate consumers how they can protect their packages from being victim to thieves. Hadi Khouri, owner of Central Florida Bonding, states “We are seeing a spike in Porch Pirates already this holiday season. With so many people out of work thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic, people are turning to other means for their holiday shopping. Stealing packages left by Amazon, FedEx, UPS and others is how people are making ends meet this holiday season. My article is full of safety tips to protecting your holiday deliveries. We hope many take it seriously. Porch Pirates are real and have no fear about walking up to your home entrance and stealing whats rightfully yours.”

To read the full list of tips to protecting your packages, consumers are encouraged to visit online at: https://www.cfborlando.com/porch-pirates/

Central Florida Bonding has been in operation in Orlando, Florida for decades in Downtown Orlando. Located just outside of the 33rd Street Jail and located at 2911 39th Street, Suite 300, Orlando, FL 32839, defendants can seek bail for a variety of charges from drugs to traffic violations, domestic violence and more. Khouri stated “We typically bond people out of jail for assault, battery, domestic violence, drugs, drug trafficking, drug paraphernalia, driving with a suspended license, alcohol, driving under the influence (DUI), driving while intoxicated (DWI), boating under the influence (BUI) and many other charges. If you have been arrested and you’re not sure who to call, you’re not sure who can bail you out for what you have been arrested for, give us a call. We offer bail for most charges including those criminal charges. We have had many cases that required a criminal defense attorney as they were very involved cases. We encourage people to call us, we will tell you right away if we can help.”

Central Florida Bonding offers convenient parking and is located within minutes from the Orange County, Florida Jail. Their office is situation just off Interstate 4 and John Young Parkway in the Cox Plaza on 39th Street in Orlando. A bail bondsman is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year to bond defendants from jail, including during the holidays.

“As we come into the holidays domestic violence usually increases. People get stressed about spending money, this year unemployment is at an all time high, people are concerned about the Covid-19 virus and staying safe. It often results in spousal disagreements that escalate into domestic situation. We encourage people to take it easy and find ways to reduce their stress. Our Orlando bail agency is available in the unfortunate event somebody is arrested for domestic violence” added Khouri.

Central Florida Bonding has added several blogs to their new website over the past several months. Their November blog is entitled “What you Shouldn’t Do on Bail”. Readers will find a variety of tips for those who choose to bail from jail instead of remaining in jail while they wait for their court date. Tips include not missing your court date, don’t travel out of state, don’t commit another crime, stay sober and drug free while you have bonded out of jail. To read this blog in its entirety visit online at: https://www.cfborlando.com/2020/11/04/what-you-shouldnt-do-on-bail/. For those who are unsure if their arrest will qualify for jail they are encouraged to read Central Florida Bonding’s October blog entitled “All Arrests Don’t Qualify For Bail; Does Yours?” This informative blog walks readers through the process of applying for bail and explains some of the criteria used in determining a defendant’s eligibility to get bail. For more information visit online at https://www.cfborlando.com/2020/10/14/all-arrests-dont-qualify-for-bail-does-yours/.

Central Florida Bonding offers a variety of unique content on their website from a list of informative blogs, to a video library, to an inmate search and the ability to pay bond online. For more information about how to bond from jail or information on a fast bail bond, call Central Florida Bonding at 407-841-3646 or visit online at: https://www.cfborlando.com/

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