Thank you for trying AMP!
You got lucky! We have no ad to show to you!
Answers are sometimes redundant or duplicates of what we have previously answered. All of your questions have been answered - and there are several similar answers posted on the site from months and years past.Read more
Go you your Account Dashboard >> Resources >> Questions and AnswersRead more
We do not notify the followers of an inmate's release or any sentencing information. You can go to the countyoffices.com and find the clerk of the court for that information.Read more
You can get a new number at no charge, you don't even need a good reason. Mistakes are often made, we have no problem replacing numbers for you. Email your request to email@example.com and let customer service know what you need.Read more
There is a cancel button on your Account Dashboard. Click the link and the cancellation is immediate and automatic.Read more
Yes, InmateAid has all of the county jails in the United States separated by state. Once you find the county jail where your loved one is being held, follow the links for the phone service, the letter service, the magazine service, and others. If there is something you are looking for and don't see it, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more help.Read more
It is sent immediately after your order. It normally takes 1-3 days to reach the facility mail room. It is sorted and examined for contraband. Once they've approved it, it is handed out at mail call. This is standard at every facility across the US.Read more
there is a database of about 1.5 million inmates in our system. when the inmate is not in the system, the User may create an inmate profile to synch the InmateAid services to.Read more
Go to your Account Dashboard. Scroll to the bottom where it says "Account" and underneath is "Manage existing cards". You can make the change there.Read more
The letter we send for you has the return address of InmateAid. The inmate's response is scanned and uploaded to your account. You are notified that you have mail. There are thousands of facilities that do not have an email service for inmates, this is the only way other than phone or visitation to stay in touch. You can send postcards and holiday greeting cards, too.Read more