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No personal checks are allowedRead more
They know the last name of the sender.Read more
If the inmate is in state or federal, there is a system they can check to see if their funds have arrived on their books.Read more
Worse case he will do a little more than ten months.Read more
There are no online methods of money transfer available for the San Joaquin County Honor Farm. You may deposit money in the lobby kiosk at the facility or send a POSTAL money order through US Mail. Money orders must have the inmate's name, booking number and the return address of the sender.Read more
Internet Payments (credit cards via http://www.jailatm.com/) Mail (money orders only - must have inmate name) addressed to Washoe County Jail, ATTN: Inmate AccountingRead more
They want you to use [Western Union](https://www.westernunion.com/us/en/send-to-inmate.html?src=aff_cj_mt_Inmate+Aid%252C+LLC_6191743_SENDMONEYPAGETEXT) have money on their books immediately so that they may use the money to shop at the commissary or to buy phone time.Read more
Sending money into the Contra Costa County - Martinez Detention Facility will only be accepted in the following forms: Money Orders , Cashier's Checks, Local, State and Federal government checks, including checks from other detention and prison authorities, Traveler's Checks Personal checks or cash will result in the envelope and all its contents being returned to sender. Money Orders, Cashier's Checks and Traveler's Checks must be made out to the inmate. The inmate name and booking number mustRead more
If your inmate's facility allows for other competing services, we would recommend JPay.com, they are the largest and most reliable of all the inmate money transfer companies. If a money order is an option you could always go to nearby Western Union depot and mail it in.Read more
To send money to a federal inmate, you have to use MoneyGram. You will need your inmate's name and 8 digit inmate ID number. When you get to the drop down selections, look for Federal Bureau of Prisons (FBOP).Read more