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Posted on: August 24, 2018


The Florida Clerk of Courts Association has notified the Citrus County Clerk of Courts that there appears to be a company running a possible bond refund scam and this is occurring in several counties throughout the state. They have advised the following: The Company,, is apparently sending unsolicited mailers or advertisements to customers who have posted cash bonds in criminal cases. The advertisements tell the customer that the Clerk is holding their bond money, and the customer is entitled to a refund. Once the customer makes a payment of $69.00, the Bond Refund Company provides the customer a form and instructs the customer to submit the form to the Clerk for their refund. The customer is being scammed out of their money, because the cash bond has either (1) been applied to outstanding balances, either in this case or other cases, or (2) has been, or is being, disbursed to the customer already. The Bond Refund website has a drop-down menu that lists several counties in which this “service” is available. These counties include Alachua, Duval, Orange, and Polk.

If you receive any unsolicited mailers as mentioned above, please do not respond and if have already sent them money, contact Citrus County Sheriff's Office for further action as needed.

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