Bail Bonds in Compton Will Guide You Through Bail

Bail Bonds in Compton Will Guide You Through Bail

Bail Bonds in Compton Will Guide You Through Bail

 

When it comes to helping out a friend or family member, you know that you will always be there for them, no matter what. That is why your loved one called you when he got arrested. He knows that he can count on you to help. While you want to, you have no idea how bail works. You’ve never bailed someone out of jail before.

Luckily, that isn’t as big a problem as you initially thought. Bail can be made easy by contacting Bail Bonds in Compton. Our bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and are always ready to lend a helping hand. With their years of training and experience behind them, you can count on our agents to provide you with expert bail help.

The minute you start talking to them, our bail agents will begin working for you. With just your loved one’s name, birthday, and county of arrest, our agents can locate your loved one in the county jail database. From there, they can begin filling out the paperwork for the bail bond and provide you with information about your loved one’s arrest.

Next, our agents will work with you to ensure that you can afford to bail out your loved one. For starters, they will provide you with a bail bond that only costs 10% of the full bail price. Next, they will create a personalized payment plan that breaks up this 10% over several months, further reducing the upfront cost of the bail bond.

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Espanol

Posting bail is a foreign concept to a lot of people, and that is nothing to be ashamed of. Many people are able to go their whole lives without needing to post bail. However, when your loved one is in trouble, you will do whatever you can to help him out. Luckily, Bail Bonds in Compton is here to help you get through this.

Don’t make your loved one wait another minute. You can talk to a professional bail agent for free when you call (323) 357-0575 or click Chat With Us now.


Are You Ready for Bail Help?

Are You Ready for Bail Help?

Are You Ready for Bail Help?

 

There are a lot of things in life that are hard to prepare for. A perfect example of this would be the arrest of a loved one. No one can ever truly prepare for something like this. This means that most people are as ready as they will ever be once they learn about the arrest. For many people, they interpret this to mean that they cannot help out, but they are wrong.

What these people don’t realize is that they could post the bail if they got the right help. The best place to get help for bail in California is here at Lynwood Bail Bonds. We provide Californians with affordable bail bonds that only cost 10% of the full price of the bail. This means that our clients get a 90% discount on the cost of bailing out their loved one just by coming to us for help.

Aside from making bail affordable, we also make it simple for our clients. Our bail agents do all of the hard work for you. Once you give them some basic information about your loved one, primarily their name, birthday, and county of arrest, our agents set to work. They will locate your loved one in the county jail system and fill out the paperwork for the bail bond.

Once that is all taken care of, our agents will work with you to create a personalized payment plan. This will break up the upfront cost of the bail bond, further reducing it. In order to get your loved one out of jail, you will just need to make a small down payment. The remainder can be paid off over the next few months after your loved one is out of jail.

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Espanol

The need to bail someone out of jail comes out of nowhere and catches most people off guard. However, don’t let it make you think you can’t help. With help from Lynwood Bail Bonds you can afford to bail your loved one out of jail. Our bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so there is no reason not to call right now.

What are you waiting for? Just call (323) 357-0575 or click Chat With Us now for a free consultation.


Parents, Don’t Serve Alcohol at Graduation Parties

Parents, Don’t Serve Alcohol at Graduation Parties

Parents, Don’t Serve Alcohol at Graduation Parties

 

As summer draws nearer, students of all ages grow more and more antsy. Soon enough, school will let out for the most marvelous break of all, summer vacation. While all students look forward to the end of this school year, one group is more excited than all of the others. This group is, of course, the seniors in high school.

For high school seniors, the end of this school year is the end of their public school career. While some will be heading off to college, others may be heading off to a trade school or straight to a new job. Whatever a student is heading to, this is an exciting time. Naturally, this leads to a lot of celebrating and parties.

While many of these soon-to-be ex-students will be legal adults, they will still be too young to consume any alcohol. Since no one wants to end up breaking any laws, parents need to be careful when they are hosting graduation parties. If they aren’t careful, they could find themselves liable for a drunk driving accident.

Minors, Alcohol, and Host Liability in California

When it comes to raising young adults, parents all have their own, unique approach. For some parents, being over 18, but under the age of 21, means that their child cannot have alcohol no matter what. Other parents feel it is okay to allow their child to have a few drinks, provided they have adult supervision. Unfortunately, for those latter parents, that is actually against the law here in California under Business and Professions (BP) Code 25658.2.

Here in the state of California, it is illegal for anyone, including the parents, to allow a minor to consume alcohol in public or in their own household. If the minor then leaves the house and drives or causes a traffic accident, not only will the minor face legal charges, the adult who gave them the alcohol will face misdemeanor charges. This means the adult could face up to a year in jail and a fine of $1,000.

This makes things very difficult for anyone planning on hosting a graduation party. Party hosts are responsible for ensuring that the minors at their parties stay safe and healthy. Responsible adults need to take all reasonable steps to ensure that no underage drinking occurs at any of their parties. This means doing more than just telling the minors that they can’t have any alcohol if the host is providing alcohol to the adults at the party. If a minor does have alcohol, and then drives away from the party, the host could be held responsible for any accidents caused by the drunk minor.

If a drunk minor were to get into an accident, they would face harsh repercussions related to DUI. Aside from that, the adult in charge of the party could face legal charges such as contributing to the delinquency of a minor and furnishing a minor with alcohol. Plus, the adult could be held liable for paying for any of the damages caused by the minor, which depending on the size of the accident, could be very costly.

It Is Better for Everyone to Keep Things Safe and Sober

Nobody wants to deal with a drunk driving accident, especially if it involves a minor on the verge of graduating from high school. The results of an accident like that could be utterly devastating. That is why it is best to keep alcohol far away from graduation parties.

While graduating seniors are on their way to becoming full-fledged adults, they aren’t quite there yet. They are still in the tail end of that teen phase, and as all adults will attest to, teens don’t make the best decisions. That is why the legal drinking age across the country is 21. By then, teens have typically matured a little more and are more prepared to take on all of the responsibility that comes with consuming alcohol.

What do you think of California’s take on minors and drinking? Is the state too strict, or is it on the right path? What about the states take on host responsibility? Do you think party hosts should be held liable for any damages caused by a minor that got drunk at their party?

Let us know what you think in the comments down below, and congratulations to all the seniors out their preparing to graduate from high school.


Is It Possible to Steal Something When It Is Delivered to You?

Is It Possible to Steal Something When It Is Delivered to You?

Is It Possible to Steal Something When It Is Delivered to You?

 

Most people are aware of the fact that stealing is wrong. They know that if they taking something that isn’t theirs without permission, they could end up in big legal trouble. That is something nobody wants to deal with, which is why most people don’t take stuff that doesn’t belong to them.

However, what should people do when things sort of just fall into their laps? In today’s modern world, packages arrive at peoples’ homes all of the time. Most of the time these packages are delivered properly, but sometimes, packages get delivered to the wrong address, or the wrong thing was shipped to the person. In these instances, what should a person do? Do they try to return it, or keep it as a nice gift? After all, the company messed up, not the person ordering the item, right?

As it turns out, the answer isn’t so simple. This is still relatively new territory as far as the law is concerned, and one Massachusetts man learned this the hard way. 

How the Story Goes

A Massachusetts man recently made headlines for being arrested for stealing a TV that was mistakenly delivered to his house. He had recently ordered a 75-inch flat screen TV valued at around $1,200. What was delivered instead was an 86-inch flat screen valued at double the price, around $2,700. The man kept the mistake delivery, accepting it as a bit of good luck. He even did a quick internet search to see if he could get into trouble for keeping the TV.

On the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) website, he found what he thought was the answer he was looking for. The site stated that if a person receives merchandise they didn’t order, they have a legal right to keep it. The Man took this to mean that he could keep the TV. However, this particular line was talking about instances where companies try to send people unordered products for free, then demand payment for said products

The delivery company soon realized its mistake and began to try and contact the man. However, the man never felt any obligation to answer those calls. According to the delivery company, the calls were either ignored, or answered by a male voice claiming to be the father of the man in question, who promised to pass the news along to his son.

After a few days of getting nowhere with this, the delivery company contacted the police and filled them in on the situation. A pair of police officers were sent to the home where they met the man in the driveway. They spoke to him about the TV, which one of the officers could see mounted on the wall through a front window. The man denied being home to receive the package when it arrived, despite that the delivery man was able to identify him from a photo lineup. The man stated that one of his employees must have signed for it. He asked to see the signature on the delivery slip, and claimed that it wasn’t his.

The officers left, and later got a warrant to arrest the man. As the police sought a warrant, one officer stated that the man “clearly lies, refuses to answer his telephone, and would likely lie about receiving a summons and will not show up for court. Shortly after, a group of officers surrounded the house and arrested the man. They charged him with felony larceny by false pretense and a second charge of misleading a police. The man was released from jail shortly after and is currently looking for a defense lawyer. If found guilty, the man will face up to 15 years in prison and several thousands of dollars in fines and legal fees.

What Happens Next

When it comes down to who was right and wrong in this case, no one is quite sure. As stated earlier, this case is rather unique and unheard of. One criminal defense lawyer, who has worked with law for 20 years, argues that larceny in Massachusetts requires the actual taking of property, which didn’t technically occur in this scenario. Another lawyer says that the large price of the item probably necessitated that the man report the incident to the company.

For those looking to avoid a similar situation, it is always best to contact the delivery company or sender of the package to alert them to the error. Depending on the item, some companies have been known to let the error stand, chalking it up to their own mistake. Once that is done, the person should try to help them out wherever possible that way a person cannot be accused of stealing something that was delivered to them.

What do you think of this? Should the man have tried to return the TV, or was he right to keep it for himself? Let us know what you think in the comments down below.


Are Nanny Cams Legal in California?

Are Nanny Cams Legal in California?

Are Nanny Cams Legal in California?

 

There is no denying that most parents only want what is best for their children. They want their children to be happy and successful. Unfortunately, in today’s fast moving and expensive world, it can be hard for parents to always be there for their child. Typically, people try to get trusted friends or family members to look after their children, but that isn’t an option for everyone. This leads to many parents hiring caregivers to watch over their children while they are away.

As much as parents should be able to trust the person that is watching over their child when they are gone, there is reason to be wary. There have been far too many cases where children were abused by the very people hired to take care of them.

As horrible as this is, advancements in technology have granted parents the ability to keep an eye on their nannies, even when they are at work. Nanny cams are simple pieces of tech that allow parents to monitor how a caregiver acts when no one else is around. However, given how California is about recording people, are these cameras even legal within the state?

California and Recordings

When it comes to recording conversations, California is known as a two-party consent state. This means that in order for a person to legally record a private conversation between themselves and another person, both people have to agree to the recording. Any audio recordings that are acquired without consent from both parties means that they cannot be used as evidence in cases.

However, when it comes to recording people on video, people can record others without consent so long as the video subject is not in an area where they could reasonably expect privacy. In other words, if someone is in a public place, like a city sidewalk, they could not reasonably expect privacy and therefore can be recorded.

Some examples of where people could privacy include:
  • Public restrooms.
  • Changing rooms.
  • Locker rooms.
  • Their home.
  • Their backyard.
  • Private property that they have permission to be on. 
If a person is in any of the areas, or areas similar to this, then they have a right to privacy and cannot be recorded. 

California and Nanny Cams

When this law gets applied to nanny cams, some people might assume that this means these kinds of cameras cannot be used in the state of California. However, that is not the case. Parents can use nanny cams here in California, they just have to be mindful of where they place the cameras.

Basically, the rule of privacy still applies for the caregiver, meaning that cameras cannot be placed in any area where a person might expect privacy. This includes bathrooms and the caregiver’s room, if they are a live-in nanny. However, since the nanny is working in someone else’s home, they cannot reasonably expect privacy in that place. This also works inversely in that since the nanny is not the owner of the home, they cannot install cameras within it.

However, if the camera also records audio as well as visual, then they parents may need to alert the nanny of this fact. This is due to the fact that with audio recordings, the devices could pick up what is supposed to be a private conversation. This is best done in writing so that there is proof of this warning. If a parent fails to do this, then any audio from the recording could not be used in a court of law.

Nanny Cams Are Meant to Keep Kids Safe

Parents just want to ensure that their children are safe and sound, even when the parent isn’t there in person. Nanny cams allow them to do this. Some nanny cams are even advanced enough to let a parent view the camera from their place of work. If a parent does have a camera like this, they should be sure that it is password protected so that some unknown person can’t hack into it.

What do you think of nanny cams and California’s laws about recording people? Should parents have to warn nannies about being recorded, or should they be allowed to do it in secret? Maybe parents shouldn’t be able to record nannies at all.

Let us know what you think in the comments down below.


What Are You Waiting For? Get Your Friend Out of Jail Today

What Are You Waiting For? Get Your Friend Out of Jail Today

What Are You Waiting For? Get Your Friend Out of Jail Today

 

Whenever you have something fun planned, there is a set group of people that you want to be there with you. You and your friends always do the fun things together. It just wouldn’t be the same to do something without one of them. That is why, when you learned of a friend’s arrest, you sprang into action. You were not about to let her miss out on all of the fun.

You want to bail your friend out of jail, and we here at Lynwood Bail Bonds in Downey want to help you. Our bail agents are some of the very best in the state of California. They have years of training and experience behind them, plus they are available to provide professional assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The moment you realize to bail a friend out, you should talk to one of our agents. Consultations are free and our agents will be more than happy to help you. Just give the bail agent your loved one’s name, birthday, and county of arrest. This will allow the agent to locate your loved one in the county jail system.

Once your loved one has been located, our agents will be able to gather the rest of her information regarding the arrest. They can use the info to better answer your questions, and fill out the paperwork for the bail bond. Our agents will do all of the hard work for you. They help provide all of the following for our clients.

  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Espanol

You don’t want your friend to miss a thing, which is why you are doing everything you can to bail her out. The sooner she is out of jail, the sooner you two can get back to having fun together. Luckily, Bail Bonds in Downey has you covered. We have helped thousands of Californians over the last 30 years, let us help you too.

What are you waiting for? Call (323) 357-0575 or click Chat With Us now for a free consultation with an expert bail agent.


Bail Won’t Be Intimidating with Lynwood Bail Bonds

Bail Won’t Be Intimidating with Lynwood Bail Bonds

Bail Won’t Be Intimidating with Lynwood Bail Bonds

 

Most people wouldn’t consider the prospect of bailing a friend or family member out of jail fun. This is usually due to the fact that bail in the state of California usually costs several thousands of dollars. This means that, not only is bail a new experience for people, it is one that can drastically harm their bank account.

While bailing someone out can be an intimidating idea, it doesn’t have to be. You just need to get the right help. The best place to get bail help in California is here at Lynwood Bail Bonds. Our agents are some of the very best. They will start working for you right away. They will answer your questions and provide you with a customized payment plan designed with your budget in mind.

All our bail agents need to get started on finding your loved one in the jail system is your loved one’s name, birthday, and county of arrest. Once our agents have that information, they can locate your loved one in the county jail system and begin filling out the paperwork for the bail bond.

On top of doing all of the hard work for you, our agents will work with you to create a personalized payment plan. This plan will split up the 10% cost of the bail bond and divide it over several months. By reducing the upfront cost of the bail bond, we make it more affordable for all of our clients.

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Espanol

The thought of bailing someone out of jail can be intimidating, especially here in California. Luckily, Bail Bonds in Lynwood is here to help out. We provide expert bail help at affordable prices for all Californians. Let us show you that bail is nothing to worry about.

Are you looking to bail someone out? If so, you can talk to a bail agent at any time by calling (323) 357-0575 or clicking Chat With Us now.


There Are Strange Laws Everywhere in the US

There Are Strange Laws Everywhere in the US

There Are Strange Laws Everywhere in the US

 

A good amount of people out there believe that all of the laws of the land are the best of the best. However, that is not always the case. After all, law makers are people just like everyone else, and they are prone to making mistakes just the same. That is why, when people look closely at state laws, they can find some odd things.

California, for instance, has its fair share of laws that would make a person scratch their head. For some of those weird laws, the oddity comes from the age. The laws were created a long time ago in a different time period. What made sense then, doesn’t make much sense now. However, there are some laws that don’t make any sense no matter how they are viewed. What’s more, is that California isn’t the only state in the union to have its fair share of strange laws.

California’s Odd Laws

Creating laws to create peace and order isn’t always simple. Often times, a large group of people need to agree on something, which everyone knows is a difficult task to accomplish. When it comes to making laws, many lawmakers apply their own beliefs and ideals, which can cause conflict.

However, sometimes these conflicts lead to new laws being introduced, and they don’t always make sense.

Take for instance these laws from the sunny state of California:

  • Sunshine is guaranteed to the masses.
  • Animals are banned from mating publicly within 1,500 feet of a tavern, school, or place of worship.
  • Woman may not drive in a housecoat.
  • No vehicle without a driver may exceed 60 mph.
  • Nobody is allowed to ride a bicycle in a pool in Baldwin Park.
  • It is illegal to wear cowboy boots in Blythe unless the person already owns 2 or more cows.
  • Women may not wear high heels in the city of Carmel.
  • Driving a herd of cattle down the street is illegal in Chico.
  • Planting a garden in any public street is also illegal in Chico.
  • Detonating a nuclear device in Chico will earn a person a $500 fine.
  • Men with mustaches are forbidden from kissing women in Eureka.
  • Annoying a lizard is against the law in Fresno.
  • Cars may not be driven in reverse in Glendale.
  • In Hollywood, it is illegal to drive more than 2,000 sheep down Hollywood Boulevard at one time.
  • Cursing on a mini-golf course is illegal in Long Beach.
  • It is illegal to molest butterflies in Pacific Grove.
  • It is illegal for a secretary to be alone in a room with her boss in Pasadena.
  • Motor vehicles may not be driven in city streets in Redlands unless a man with a lantern is walking ahead of it.
  • In San Diego, homeowners with Christmas lights on the house past February may be fined $250.
  • People classified as ugly are prohibited from walking down San Francisco streets.
  • Giving or receiving oral sex is prohibited in San Francisco.

This is just a small handful of the many strange laws that the state of California has to offer. For some, it is easy to see that the law was created during a different time, and it no longer applies in this modern age. For others, the law is just incredibly strange. A select few raise the question of how would this even be enforced?

 

Luckily, Californians shouldn’t feel too bad. This state isn’t the only one to have weird laws out there.

 What Other States Have to Offer

Strange and weird laws can be found in states all over the country. Some of the odd ones include:

  • Whaling is illegal in the land locked state of Oklahoma. This isn’t the only land locked state to have this law.
  • Most states have at least one law regarding what a couple can do in the privacy of their bedroom. For instance, it is a felony to own more than six dildos in Texas.
  • Some states prohibited people from getting tattoos. For instance, up until 2006, it was illegal to get a tattoo in Oklahoma.
  • Multiple states have laws against carrying ice cream cones in back pockets, for some reason.
  • At least two states have laws about crossing the state border while carrying a bird, duck or chicken, on a person’s head.

Many of these odd laws are definitely from different time periods and are so odd that instead of being removed, are simply forgotten. After all, some of them can’t really be enforced.

No Worries of Getting Arrested

Luckily, with most of these strange laws, none of them are truly enforced, if they ever come up. this means that people don’t really have to worry about getting arrested for driving their car in reverse, or having a bit of fun in the bedroom with their significant other. Nowadays, most of these laws only serve the purpose of providing a good laugh for anyone looking into them.


California Is Facing a Different Kind of Drought Now

California Is Facing a Different Kind of Drought Now

California Is Facing a Different Kind of Drought Now

 

The state of California has been in drought for quite a while. Yes, this last winter brought a lot of rain with it, ending the actual drought, but there is another drought that the state is facing. California has not had a large earthquake, 6.0 or higher, since Napa had one in 2014. The last big one before that happened on Easter Sunday in 2010, and even though it shook Southern California, the quake was actually centered south of the border in Mexicali.

While not having a lot of big earthquakes may seem like a good thing, it can actually be pretty bad. Aside from the fact that without regular quakes, people tend to forget to prepare for them, there’s the fact that pressure is beginning to build up. This means the next earthquake can be much more violent. This is all the more reason why California residents need to be prepared for an earthquake at any time.

The Nature of Earthquakes

Earthquakes occur along fault lines between tectonic plates in the earth’s crust. The entirety of the Earth’s crust is broken up into pieces, and those pieces “float” atop the molten lava of the mantle. Here in California, The North American Plate meets the Pacific Plate, which creates the San Andreas Fault Line. The eastern side of the fault is slowly moving south, while the western side creeps north. This slow movement creates friction, which causes earthquakes.

The plates are always in motion, which means that there should always be some rumbling, big or small. However, sometimes sections of the plates get stuck and locked together. This absence of movement and shaking is bad. Pressures builds near the section until it finally snaps apart. This is what causes big earthquakes.

As damaging as earthquakes are, people are always looking for ways to predict them. While there are a few theories out there on the subject, there is still no concrete way to predict exactly when an earthquake will happen. This means that the best people can do, is always be prepared for one to strike.

 How to Be Ready for Earthquakes

Getting ready for an earthquake can be divided into three sections:

  • Preparing for an earthquake.
  • What to do during an earthquake.
  • What to do after an earthquake.

When it comes to preparing for an earthquake, People should have action plans ready to go. An action plan includes things like how a person can get out of a building if need be, and where to take cover when an earthquake strikes. This plan should be practiced regularly so that everyone in the family, or office, is familiar with it.

Another part of being prepared is having supplies stashed away. A good rule of thumb is to have three days’ worth of supplies stored for each member of the family. There should also be a first aid kit, medication for family member who require certain meds, and don’t forget supplies for any pets.

During an earthquake, a person should drop to their knees and find cover under a sturdy piece of furniture away from any glass. A person should not attempt to run outside or hide in a doorway, since this does not offer protection from falling objects.

After an earthquake, a person should remain calm and check for any damage done to structures and people. They should also be prepared for aftershocks, and if they are by the ocean, should head for higher ground because there could be a tsunami coming.

There are a lot of important details about being ready for earthquakes that Californians should be aware of, far more than can be listed here. A good place to get all of the details is at Ready.gov. This government website gives tips and advice to be ready for any kind of disaster, not just earthquakes.

Don’t Be Scared, Be Prepared

Dealing with earthquakes can be terrifying, which is why most Californians are glad to be in an earthquake drought. However, that can be a bad thing. A drought in earthquakes increases the chances of a “Big One” striking. California residents should not forget that the state is very earthquake prone, and they should be prepared for an earthquake to strike at any time.

Are you prepared for an earthquake to strike? Let us know how you’ve prepared for the next “Big One” in the comments down below.


Get Back to Making Good Memories with Your Bestie

Get Back to Making Good Memories with Your Bestie

Get Back to Making Good Memories with Your Bestie

 

When it comes to best friends, you have a lot of great memories together. You two are often inseparable and always have each other’s backs. That is why, when your best friend got arrested, he called you for help. He knows that he can count on you to get him out of jail. While you are determined to do just that, you have no idea where to start. You’ve never bailed someone out of jail before.

Luckily, that doesn’t have to stop you. All you need to do is contact Lynwood Bail Bonds. We have dozens of professional bail agents who are always ready to lend a helping hand. You can contact our bail agents 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every single day of the year. This means that you will never be left alone.

Once you talk to one of our bail agents, they begin working for you right away. They will walk you through the bail bond process, answer your questions, and communicate with the jail for you. They will do all of the hard work for you.

With our agents working for you, your loved one can be out of jail in no time at all. They will not rest until they have built a payment plan that works for you and secured your loved one’s release from jail. No other bail bond company in California will provide you with the same kind of caring dedication.

  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Espanol

Bailing out your best friend is a very important task, and we want to help you succeed. When you need to bail someone out of jail, just contact Bail Bonds in Lynwood. For over 30 years, we have helped Californians rescue the important people in their lives from jail. We will do the same for you. That way, once this is all over, you and your friend can go back to making great memories together.

Are you ready to get started? You can get a free consultation at any time by calling (323) 357-0575 or clicking Chat With Us now.