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Inmate Banking

by David Cook last modified Feb 24, 2015 10:10 AM

Inmate Banking Information


Family and friends have two options for placing funds into an inmate's account.


The two choices are:

1. JPay: To use this method online or by phone, you must establish a JPay account. Please visit www.jpay.com or call (800) 574-5729 for information on how to open and manage your account. The Kansas Department of Corrections also allows inbound and outbound electronic messaging with inmates from family and friends who have established an account at JPay.com.

You may also send a money order with a deposit coupon without establishing an account. Please visit JPay to print a deposit coupon and follow JPay's instructions.

JPay

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2. Access Secure Deposits: To use this method, online or by phone, you must establish an Access account. Please visit www.accesscorrections.com or call (866) 345-1884 for information on how to open and manage your account. Access Secure Deposits takes MasterCard and Visa debit and credit cards.

You may also send a money order with a deposit coupon without establishing an account. Please visit Access Secure Deposits to print a deposit coupon and follow Access’ instructions.

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JPay and Access Secure Deposits send a data file to the Kansas Department of Corrections using information provided during your transaction.  Any data on incoming funds, from JPay or Access Secure Deposits, must contain both a return address and the sender’s name.  If both the sender’s name and the address are not present, the entire deposit will be posted to the offender’s forced savings account.

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