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yes, if you have their inmate id (52490-509) and the money transfer company (Western Union). But, these guys have plenty of money, so why wouldn't you send them your best selfie or a letter?Read more
The money you send an inmate should not put you or your family in financial difficulties trying to help with a few extras. If money is not an issue, then try to send $50-75 per meek, that would have them living like a boss in there.Read more
If you surrender and have money with you, the staff will place it in their inmate trust account for use on the phone or commissaryRead more
they are given a receipt from their case manager or counselorRead more
Wow, what a fantastic gesture. There are over 2 million people incarcerated in US jails and prisons. There are hundreds of thousands that have no one contributing to their commissary or phone account. We do not have a particular case in mind but if we do, we will let you know.Read more
Once it's paid back, you can immediately add money to their trust account.Read more
The prison provides the basics necessary to do their time without any problems. However, they will not be able to make telephone calls or purchase anything at the commissary. We would guess that a good percentage of inmates get money sent in for the little extras that help make their time easier to do. If you can send money, it would be appreciated but do not send money you do not have (like taking a loan or putting it on your credit card).Read more
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We selected MoneyGram for our partner. They service federal, state and county - they are the oldest and most trusted in the money transfer game.Read more
Try MoneyGram. They are the oldest and most trusted of all the money transfer companies. You'll have to go their site and scroll through the selections. If you run into any issues, email us and we'll help you with step-by-step instructional screenshots.Read more