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There are only a few places an inmate can spend money on, but be mindful that everything is super-expensive. starting with the phone calls... In my first month away, my wife spent over $6000, which translates into a lot more than $500/wk. Commissary is another area where an inmate can spend $200/wk easily if it is in their account. If there are daily fees from the jail, medical charges or fines, they could be debited from the inmate's account, too.Read more
There are calendar spots with a limited number of spaces available at the times that your inmate is allowed to have video visitation. You will have to find another suitable time that works for you both.Read more
No, the inmate is granted the same privacy that you ore on the outside. If you don't trust him, stop paying for stuffRead more
If you are thinking this, then you already know the answer from past experience. It's too much of a generalization to say "most inmates lie to their loved ones", but I've seen inmates be complete dogs to their wives behind their back. Some wives are blindly paying for their commissary, phone, and email. You know your husband better than anyone... if you are suspecting something, you know the deal already. If you want to keep paying but limit the callsRead more
Yes, you should wait until they are confirmed at their permanent housing unit to send anything. There is no address for "In Transit".Read more
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
You have to have a Securus account regardless... but the phone number the inmate dials has a wide range of prices for the same call. So, an InmateAid number will make the Securus call price significantly lowerRead more
Not through any channel other than your inmate's truthfulness... but if you are asking you probably know the answerRead more
It sounds like you need to make some decisionsRead more
call the institution and start with the unit team secretary, then the counselor, and then the case manager. One of them will give you a status report on your inmateRead more