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Subject: Inmate scams

It is possible that it is partially correct. But is sounds a little fishy. Paroled inmates are oftentimes provided transportation and we've never heard that the inmate had to pay for ankle monitoring, but it's possible that they now charge. We would encourage you to contact the facility and ask to speak with a counselor that is in charge of your inmate's re-entry. They will know 100% what is real and what is not.

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Subject: Inmate scams

Call the police in the jursidiction where the house is located. Report everything you know about the alleged crime, pretty simple stuff.

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Subject: Inmate scams

Scams happen to new inmates by predator inmates. Most of these scams are hard to tell unless you are forewarned.  Many savvy people, even wealthy businessmen get fleeced inside prison simply trying to fit in. Predators are not easily spotted but they know how to spot you by finding out what your weaknesses are.  Most every "new" inmate's weakness is thinking that their appeal will get them out early, or that there is something that cuts their sentence.  The inmates

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Subject: Inmate scams

We have no idea. Craigslist is the Wild West, where anything can go. There is nothing to filter their listings, buyer beware.

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Subject: Inmate scams

It could be that your inmate either lost your letter or simply gave it to another inmate who took it upon themselves to write something dirty. Mail is sacred in prison and inmates always receive theirs unless your inmate is having their mail hijacked by another inmate. We can't give you a "for sure" answer on what's going on, but we are more suspicious of your fiance acting out against you (for whatever reason) and we'd look to him to

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Subject: Inmate scams

Yes, inmates absolutely will try to befriend people that they communicate with to do favors for them and more. Since there is so much idle time available, inmates become experts at manipulation but the person they are communicating with has to be complicit. As they say, "it takes two to tango". It starts out innocently like a pen pal relationship but it can grow into more than that, and oftentimes it does. Inmates have even married some of their suitors.

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Subject: Inmate scams

There are many stories of jailhouse romances as they are conveyed by men with lots of time on their hands. They do their best romancing over the phone and in visitation but when they get released, there is no relationship. But just opposite happens too. You are going to have to be the deciding factor - do you believe them and is there a history of trust? If there is a bad history, then your heart should lead you to

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Subject: Inmate scams

This sounds like something that is getting a lot of national press. Here is something that was published in Forbes and in the Washington Post a couple of months ago:Two Minnesota men face federal criminal charges over an alleged tax fraud scheme run from prison. A federal indictment alleges that Tanka James Tetzlaff, 39, of Duluth, and Tony Terrell Robinson, 30, of Bayport, were the ringleaders. They each face a count of conspiracy to defraud the United States, plus ten

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Subject: Inmate scams

There are many good legal minds in prison but also so many desperate people, too. It's hard to give advice not knowing the strong suit of the legal aide and the price they are charging. Common sense and instinct tells me that in MOST cases, an inmate cannot work legal magic from inside a prison. Read the section Inmate Scams and learn about some of the unbelievable things that are being done to the unsuspecting.

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