How Do You Send Money To A Georgia Prison Inmate?
If someone you care about is currently serving time in a Georgia prison, there are five ways to send money directly to the inmate. You can mail a money order to the Georgia Department of Corrections, or you can send a payment by phone or Internet with a valid credit card to JPay, Western Union, Access Secure Deposits or TouchPay Payment Systems. Western Union and JPay also accept in-person cash transactions if you do not want to send money electronically. Determine the Georgia’s inmate’s prison location. Visit the “Offender Search” link on the Georgia Department of Corrections website to search for an inmate by last name, GDC identification number or case number. Locate the address of the Georgia inmate’s prison. Visit the “Facility Search” link on the Georgia Department of Corrections website for a complete list of all Georgia prison facilities, driving directions, mailing addresses and payment codes. For phone, walk-in or internet money transfers, visit the websites for Western Union