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Maintaining contact with family or friends that are incarcerated is important but can sometimes be a very frustrating and time-consuming task. If you must drive to the facility, it can also become very expensive as transportation costs continue to rise, not to mention the price of your time and patience. OffenderConnect.com can help you save time and money by allowing users to manage account transactions online from one, convenient website.

Managing your telephone and commissary accounts online is fast and simple with 24-hour access. Make deposits at a time and place that's convenient for you so you can continue to keep in contact with your loved ones. Deposit money into your loved one's commissary account, allowing them to purchase supplies and treats at the facility canteen when they need them. All online transactions are available immediately, so there's no need to wonder whether an inmate has what they need within the facility's walls.

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Manage multiple independent AdvancePay phone accounts from a single OffenderConnect log-in.
 
 
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No need to drive to the facility and wait in line to provide money for loved ones. Make a deposit to an inmate's commissary account to provide them the ability to purchase supplies and treats from the canteen. Inmate's accounts are updated immediately with available funds.*

*Funds are available immediately to the facility. Disbursement to the inmate will abide by the policies of the facility.

 
 
 
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Why spend time searching for a stamp and envelope when you can email a message to your loved one? All emails are sent immediately to the facility for review and disbursement.
 
 
 
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Add money to an offenders' phone account to allow them to make phone calls. Once the deposit has been made the money will become property of the offender.