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We have been around since 2012, and we serve folks with people in all LA County JailsRead more
The uploading of photos is exactly as you would upload a picture from your phone and text it or email it to a person on your contact list. Once you have selected and clicked the upload icon, the picture will appear on postcard template on the website to make sure that it looks the way you wantRead more
NO, the inmate sees the address of InmateAid LLC in Florida. Your inmate can write you back using the InmateAid address, too. This gives our users some security from other inmates seeing your return address, or even keeping that private from your inmate if it might be appropriate.Read more
Inmates us the inmateAID corporate offices address in Florida. we receive and then scan the inmate's letter and place the .pdf in your account dashboardRead more
the inmate responds via postal mail costing them a postage stamp ($0.55). prisons and jails will give inmates stamps, paper and pens if they don't have money on their books to purchase from the commissary.Read more
Inmates do not register on InmateAid. InmateAid is a "service for you to aid them"... All of our mail is processed by a fulfillment house that prints and mails the details of your order to the inmate you select. Your Account Dashboard keeps track of all the correspondence, calling minutes, magazine orders, everything you can think of that might make your inmate's day a little better. You can set up a Holiday Package that reminds you to say "hi" duringRead more
The Letters from Inmates Service are only $1.49 per mail piece. The inmate is using the InmateAID physical address to receive the mail. We then scan the contents into a file that you access in your My Account Dashboard. A lot of our best customers like having the privacy of their home address for safety reasons. Addresses get in the hands of other inmates and this Service removes that potential problem.Read more
No, this is more for the friends and family of the incarcerated and none of the messages or correspondence with the inmates is public. Unless you are asking a question on Ask the Inmate, we publish the questions and the answers so that maybe something you ask will help something who has the same question but didn't ask. This is definitely NOT a dating site.Read more
InmateAid has been doing this at a high level of consistency since 2012. The letters are printed by an automated machine process as delivered by software that the user initiates when buying a Letter Package. Each credit is good for a US Postal mail piece sent to the prison or jail where your inmate is incarcerated. There is no confirmation from the US Post Office, but their track record is pretty good too. If the letter comes back for anyRead more