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Money on the books at the county jail is not transferrable in traditional ways. The inmate has to request a check for the remaining balance to be sent to their home address. Adding money to an inmate account in a State Prison starts anew, with new funds. If the inmate gets moved within the State system, the funds will transfer from facility to facility.Read more
Yes, but sometimes the refund takes a few days or more to get back into the account.Read more
Yes. In federal have your inmate ask for a form BP-199, the Request for Withdrawal of Inmate's Personal Funds. In state prison, your inmate can meet with their case manager and then transfer funds home or elsewhere if there are available funds on their books.Read more
If you have an inmate ID number, they can. You might be able to bring cash or money order with you when you report, they will deposit it into your account for you. We would certainly call them first to be 100% sure.Read more
Sometimes both. Usually, the inmate is giving a receipt with the amount and a last name.Read more
MoneyGram, Western Union, JPay and JailATM are reputableRead more
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Just send us an email and we will send you the balance. We cannot make that transfer for you, unfortunately.Read more
Their counselor provides a slip of paper that they have received a deposit into their inmate trust accountRead more
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.Read more