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It takes a solid week before your inmate can communicate with you, but you can send something now, and they will get it when they go to "mail call".Read more
No, the return address is that of InmateAid in Florida. Your name is at the top with the Company's address below. If you want to provide your address to the inmate, you can add it in your letter. Most people like the safety of not having their home address on an envelope in a prison or jail.Read more
printed on glossy photo paper to the edge... sent by US Mail into the prison or jail with InmateAid's return addressRead more
They can be naughty but you cannot expose your private parts. You can take some selfies and upload them here on the website and we have them printed and mailed to your inmate immediatelyRead more
Yes and No. The Letter Package doesn't come with pictures, but you can buy the Picture Package for the same price and it allows you a letter with the photos you includeRead more
Inmates have no access to the internet, however there are some facilities that allow inmate email. This is not an "open internet", but a closed system where all email correspondence is on a 2-3 hour delay and everything is closely monitored.Read more
You cannot call the inmate, the inmate has to initiate the calls. If you want to write her, you can get a paper and pen, envelope and stamp...make sure you have the correct mailing address. And of course, if you are pressed for time, the InmateAid app makes it VERY easy and if you are going to write a lot, the package cost comes out to less than a dollar (including the 58 cents per stamp)Read more
The user types the letter on the computer or cellphone and uploads some pictures... each of them requires a single credit. the packages come in 6-20 credits and are easy to use.Read more
yes, absolutelyRead more
This one is a slippery slope. The correct way of going about it is to ask for permission from your wife's warden or even your probation officer (assuming you are on paper now). If they will not grant it, you risk re-offending by going around the rules like using a different name... if they catch on, it'll be a problem for you both.Read more