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  • JPay | Email


    JPay’s correctional email service is faster than regular mail, with inmates usually receiving emails within 48 hours. Each email requires a "Stamp," often available at more affordable rates than traditional postage, and can be purchased online and at JPay kiosks in the correctional facility. Functionality you can use

  • Buying stamps - JPay

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    Buying stamps. You must buy stamps to send emails to inmate/offenders. To buy stamps. On the JPay home page, on the Navigation menu, click Email.; On the Compose page, on the Email menu, click Buy Stamps.; On the Buy Stamps page, select the stamp package you want and click Continue.; Choose your payment method by selecting a previously saved card from the Select card list, or click Use a new ...

  • JPay | Your Home For Corrections Services


    JPay offers convenient & affordable correctional services, including money transfer, email, videos, tablets, music, education & parole and probation payments. JPay makes it easier to find an inmate, send money and email to any Department of Corrections or County Jail.

  • JPay for Android - Free download and software reviews ...


    JPay for Android. Free JPay Inc. Android ... -Buy JPay stamps*-Send emails to multiple recipients*-Create a JPay account-Manage your JPay accounts ... 3 months free with 1-year plan. Download Now.

  • How to get more stamps on JPay - YouTube


    Skip trial 1 month free. Find out why Close. How to get more stamps on JPay Do It Yourself. Loading... Unsubscribe from Do It Yourself? Cancel Unsubscribe. Working...

  • Jpay Stamp Sale - Adopt an Inmate


    Jpay is offering a 10% discount on “stamps” for those who write to inmates in TDCJ (Texas Department of Criminal Justice) starting today, Tuesday, December 5 until Tuesday, December 12, 2017. IMPORTANT: If you use Jpay to write to inmates in any state – please email us to take advantage of reduced price stamps.

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  • Corrlinks


    Corrlinks is a privately owned company that operates the Trust Fund Limited Inmate Computer System (TRULINCS), the email system used by the United State Federal Bureau of Prisons to allow inmates to communicate with the outside world. TRULINCS is a fee-based system that inmates must pay for in order to send or receive email. Unlike commercial sites which allow correspondents to send an email which is then printed and mailed to an inmate, this service provides direct email access to federal inmates. Inmates must pay $0.05 per minute for use of this system, and are permitted to print messages at a cost of $0.15 per page. (In many U.S. federal prisons inmates wages start at 12 cents per hour.) Sending a message to someone can cost up to $0.30. This service is also available in some state prisons such as Iowa. Not all federal inmates have Corrlinks access, and inmates may be barred from using the service if their particular crimes involved the use of a computer in any manner. The system does not allow inmates access to the Internet, and all incoming and outgoing messages are monitored. Emails are limited to 13,000 characters and no attachments are allowed (attachments will be removed, which sometimes corrupts the rest of the message). The content of the email may not "jeopardize the public or the safety, security, or orderly operation of the correctional facility".

  • JPay


    JPay is a privately held corrections-related service provider based in the United States with its headquarters in Miramar, Florida. The company contracts with state Departments of Correction (DOC), county jails, and private federal prisons to provide technologies and services including money transfer, email, video visitation and parole and probation payments to approximately 1.5 million inmates throughout 35 states.

  • Federal Correctional Institution, Seagoville


    The Federal Correctional Institution, Seagoville (FCI Seagoville) is a low-security United States federal prison for male inmates in Seagoville, Texas in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area. It is operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, a division of the United States Department of Justice. The facility includes a detention center for male offenders and an adjacent satellite prison camp that houses minimum security-male offenders. FCI Seagoville is located southeast of Downtown Dallas.

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