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Subject: Money transfer
Sometimes both. Usually, the inmate is giving a receipt with the amount and a last name.
Subject: Money transfer
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Subject: Money transfer
Just send us an email and we will send you the balance. We cannot make that transfer for you, unfortunately.
Subject: Money transfer
Their counselor provides a slip of paper that they have received a deposit into their inmate trust account
Subject: Money transfer
You might try calling the counselor. Since you are his parent, they might break protocol and tell you. This is normally privileged information but being a concerned parent they might give you some insight - but they definitely do not have to so be very polite.
Subject: Money transfer
The money does not transfer. The inmate will give the staff an address to mail the remaining balance to. The new location most likely has a different system which makes transfer impossible.
Subject: Money transfer
Western Union, MoneyGram or JPay - they all charge a small fee for the transaction. You will have to decide who has the best deal for you.
Subject: Money transfer
Yes, if you have the facility and ID number correctly, they would get it in an hour with MoneyGram - if they are in federal
Subject: Money transfer
This depends on YOUR wherewithal. We would advise giving only an amount that is not affecting your own ability to live. Inmates can spend up to about $300 month. If an inmate can spend the maximum, they would be "living large" inside. Any amount under $300 would be generous and acceptable. MoneyGram has the best service and the best rates...