Reviewed on: October 07,2015
I sent my son a letter via the web, how will I know if he gets it?
Asked: April 23,2013
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You will only know that your inmate has received your letter when they tell you by telephone or by return letter. There is no verification process. Prisons consider mail a sacred item that represents a connection to the outside world. Prisons are sensitive to an inmate’s rehabilitation and as such feel strongly that correspondence is critical to that end. We have a strict policy, in the event that a letter gets returned to us, we effort to locate that inmate's status then notify you of its return and let you know the date of the re-mail. If we cannot deliver it, we will refund your money.
Accepted Answer Date Created: April 24,2013
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