What is a JPay account? JPay is a private company that partners with state, county, and federal correctional facilities across the country to provide safe, reliable, and convenient services for family and friends of inmates and payment solutions for offenders, parolees, and probationers. Click to see full answer. via
How much does it cost to use JPay?
JPay began in 2002 as a prison money-wiring service, offering a quicker alternative for families who wanted to mail a money order to incarcerated loved ones. The expediency came with a price: The fees for each transaction could be as high as $11.95. via
How does JPay work for inmates?
JPay's Email service provides a way for friends and family to write electronic letters to their incarcerated loved ones. Most inmates receive their email within 24 to 48 hours, and many can respond electronically as well. via
How do I set up a JPay account?
Is using JPay safe?
JPay is a private company that partners with state, county, and federal correctional facilities across the country to provide safe, reliable, and convenient services for family and friends of incarcerated individuals and payment solutions for offenders, parolees, and probationers. via
Does JPay tell the inmate who sent the money?
JPay does not have access to an inmate's account balance or transaction activity. Will the inmate know who sent him/her the funds? In most states, the inmate is notified as to who sent the money. Yes, by sending money using cash you will be provided with a receipt of your transaction. via
Can inmates send pictures on JPay?
You can add attachments to your JPay emails. When sending an email, you can attach an image or a video. You can also record and attach a VideoGram. Also remember that no video or image can be larger in size than 1MB (1024 kb). via
How much money can a federal inmate have in their account?
The commissary limit is $320/month. The only items excluded from the spending limit are: postage stamps, nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) patches (which many prisons no longer offer), over-the-counter medication, copy cards and copy paper. via
What is a prepaid reply on JPay?
This shows your email as a pdf . Note: You can pre-pay a reply for the inmate/offender by selecting the Include a pre-paid reply for the Inmate checkbox. This selection will send one stamp to the inmate that they may use to reply to you. via
Does JPay delete messages?
Yes. The JPay system has an email storage limit of 200 unread emails and 200 read emails (with our without attachments). Anything over the 200/200 limit is automatically removed from inmate access, using a first in / first out methodology so that the oldest email is removed. via
Is JPay free?
The online system accepts credit cards for money transfer transactions, making JPay a quick and convenient way to get funds to your incarcerated loved one. Setting up an account is free and the rates for sending money are competitive. via
What bank does JPay use?
This card is issued by Metropolitan Commercial Bank (Member FDIC) pursuant to a license from Mastercard International. This card must be surrendered upon demand. via
How do I put money on my JPay phone?
Does your address show on JPay?
Information provided by you to open a JPay account, such as your name, address, phone number, and Bank card information are retained in the JPay database. This contains information such as the user's IP (Internet Protocol) address, how long that user spent on the site, and which pages of the Web site they visited. via
Can an inmate block someone on JPay?
MDOC staff can block a prisoner from receiving electronic messages from a specific sender if the messages have repeatedly been sent in violation of MDOC policy. 3. Notice of the block will be sent to the sender or prisoner, as appropriate, within a reasonable time after the block has been placed. via