Sending Money to Inmates

September 7, 2016

Los Angeles County Jail--Never wait in line again, ConvictCash.com provides safe and reliable money transfers for families sending cash online to an inmate detained in a Los Angeles County Jail. Although the service can take up to 72 hours to verify that the money being sent is safe and non fraudulent, it still beats the hassle of dealing with traffic; gas, parking fees, and long cashier lines. To avoid any delays or for emergency situations, Convict Cash also offers a 24 hour service for verified members at a premium transfer rate of $25.

 

The living conditions for L.A. County Jail inmates who are supposed to be presumed innocent until proven guilty are horrendous, especially in Men's Central Jail (pictured below). Although gang violence is prevalent in this enormous dungeon that houses nearly 9,500 inmates-- Men's Central jail combined with its neighboring Twin Towers-- is known for its unsanitary  conditions that have  taken many visitors as victims.

 

Dealing with trial, or a county jail term is a burden and stress in itself, if you have the ability to send money for food, phone cards and or hygiene please don't hesitate. Convict Cash is here to help. Having trouble using the app or website? Call in today at (213) 290-4617.

 

visit us at: www.convictcash.com

 

1. click the "Send Cash" button

 - You may be directed to Our SECURE login page; if so click the Send Cash button again.

2.Fill out the form that asks for YOUR NAME and PHONE NUMBER as well as INMATES FULL NAME and BOOKING Number; inmate must be detained in a Los Angeles County Jail.

3.Include our $10 flat fee in your total amount.

 -If you want to send $50, make your total amount for $60

Note: If you already have an account your inmate is saved for future transactions; if you would like to send money to a different inmate, just give us the name and booking number in the notes section.

 

 

 

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