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In most private prisons, the procedure is to make the money order out to the name of the facility and place the inmate's name in the memo section with their inmate ID number. When you mail it into the institution, address the envelope to the inmate with their inmate ID. Jack Harwell Detention Center does not post their procedures online we encourage you to call their staff and ask if this instruction is correct: 254-759-5900Read more
If you funded the account online, it should only take a couple of hours. If you sent it by [money](https://www.inmateaid.com/shop/send-money) order then it could take 7-10 daysRead more
Fees imposed by county jails vary - but a majority of them charge nothing at all. It could be that he needs to pay a fee, $65 sounds a little high but it's possible. What it could also be is that he wants money for his commissary so that he may shop to buy certain snacks and food stuffs. Either way, it's probably not nefarious and adding a small amount of money on a weekly basis will allow them toRead more
The best and easiest method is to buy a prepaid card from the grocery store, pharmacy or a Walmart, Target or K-Mart store. They look like a credit card but they are activated with a cash deposit. You can hen make purchases on this website and all over the Internet.Read more
Money Transfer is by money order ONLY mailed to the facility with the name and ID number of the inmate: Missoula County Detention Facility 2340 Mullan Road Missoula, MT 59802Read more
Click on www.accesscorrections.com to send money to your loved one. Access Secure Deposits takes all MasterCard and Visa debit and credit cards. Additional information is also located under Frequently Asked Questions.Read more