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There is no limit to the number of photos that may be sent into most facilities, but since we don't know where your inmate is incarcerated, we would recommend calling the institution first and find out if there are any limitsRead more
Yes, inmates may receive Christmas cards, however, the store-bought versions are becoming disallowed as the fancy artwork often includes sparkles and raised lettering that the prisons will NOT allow. InmateAid has made sending Greeting Cards into federal, state and county facilities easy and legit. Go to the holiday selection page and for only $0.99 each, your inmate will have a beautiful card that they will receive at mail-call with your loving message.Read more
2-3 days but remember there could be delays in the facility mailroom that are out of anyone's control. Please be patient as the mail is a little slower during the holiday season.Read more
It's sent by regular mail posted from San Francisco. It normally takes 2-3 days to arrive at the facility mail room and the mail is handed out at mail callRead more
You will receive an email from us to let you know there is a letter in your account dashboardRead more
They will either tell you with a return letter or a phone call.Read more
Maybe, it depends on the personnel in the mailroom. Normally they don't have to without the ID number but that isnt always the case. IF the mail comes back, we'll fix the error and resend it at no charge.Read more
Yes! and they are great quality. Prison-approved 4"x6" glossy photos printed to the edge of the paper. There isnt anything like this service in the industry, the others are a very cheap imitation, 1/2 white border, really poor reproduction. Go with Inmateaid on this, the price right.Read more
if you have selected the correct facility, they will get it very shortly and then you'll know for sure!Read more
Absolutely... the loneliness and feeling that you've been forgotten is sometimes overwhelming. A postcard goes a long way for a little gesture.Read more