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1. Can inmates receive phone calls or make phone calls? In many institutions they are allowed to make long distance phone calls. They are collect and are more expensive than regular collect calls. The reason for this is the prison makes a big profit on the calls. They are also usually limited in length to around 10 to 15 minutes. You should be cautious in giving out your phone number as it can become expensive.

2. What is the mailing address for Prison-Princesses.com? Customer Service P.O. Box 864862  Plano, Texas 75086-4862 Our email address is: yourfriends@prisonpricesses.com

3. What methods of payments do you accept? We accept money orders. Email us the names of the ladies who address(es) that you want, send your payment to our P. O. Box. Once we have received your payment, we will email the addresses of the ladies that you wish to correspond with.

4. How long does it take to fill the order? We try and fill your order the same business day, but always within 48 hours unless it is a holiday weekend.

5. Are the orders emailed? Yes, unless you specify us to snail mail them to you instead.

6. Can I e-mail a prisoner? No. most Prisoners cannot receive e-mail. You can write them via the US Postal Service (snail mail).

7. What if I'm not 18, Can I still write a prisoner or use your service? No. You must be at least 18 years of age. It is not prudent or wise for someone under 18 to write a prisoner nor is it wise for a prisoner to write someone under 18.

8. How often are ads updated? We update the website daily.

9. What is the D.O.C. number next to the prisoner's name? This is the Department of Corrections number. You must include this next to the prisoner's name when writing them or the letter will not be delivered.

10. Can prisoners receive gifts, stamps, etc.? Usually not but the rules vary from prison to prison. On your first letter do not send anything other than your letter and possibly a photo of yourself. Do not include a stamp or stamped return envelope. Ask the inmate you are corresponding with for rules of her/his specific institution. Polaroid photos are not allowed.

11. Do you have any suggestions for writing prisoners? Be honest with them. You only have one chance to make a first impression. Most of these people are in need of friends and contact outside of prison. Mail is a very positive experience for them. So just be yourself. Many of these inmates will not respond if you do not show them some respect or if you send sexual explicit letters.

12. Do you have a disclaimer posted on Prison-Princesses? Yes, we do as we are dealing with convicted felons. The disclaimer is on the home page and states: We (prison-princesses.com) accept no responsibility for the accuracy of any content found within these pages. The appropriate safeguards should be used in communicating with any person(s) that you may meet through this service. By using this service, you agree to not hold us responsible for any costs, liabilities, attorney's fee or damages that you may incur. The ads placed on our service are written by the inmates, and we are only the means by which their ads are published. To use this service you must be at least 18 years of age.

13. Do you have a guarantee? Yes, it states: Sometimes an inmate will forget to advise us when she is released, or transferred to another facility. If a properly addressed letter is returned to you, we will replace that address with 2 of your choice. You must send us your returned envelope with your choices and an email address for delivery of the new addresses. This is a big help to us, as we will then delete them from the listings.

14. Can I request an inmate be removed from your site or make changes to her ad? No. All changes made to an ad must come directly from the prisoner who placed the ad. They need to put their request in writing and mail it to our office. We do this to protect the privacy of their ad and make sure no one changes it when they do not so desire it.

15. Can I pay for a prisoner's ad? Yes, send us an email with your request. We will contact the inmate on your behalf, if she approves, we will contact you for payment. Once the payment has been received, the ad will run for one 1 from the date of payment (12 months).

16. How many prisoners can I write? There is no limit! Pick as many as you can be a good pen pal to. The only requirement is you have to be 18 or older. We recommend that you write several inmates to increase your chances of success in finding someone special that you enjoy corresponding with.

17. Can I print applications and send them to the inmate? Yes, you can find the applications to print out at: Application - http://www.prisonprincesses.com

18. How did prison-princesses.com start? A member of our staff had an inmate friend who asked them if they could get mail for some of her inmate friends. We placed a few classified ads for them in a few magazines and were successful in getting them mail. Then a man contacted us and asked if we could get his friend in Texas some mail. It became known through word of mouth that we were very successful in getting inmates mail. With the increasing number of female prisoners being incarcerated in the US we decided to start a web site dedicated to this purpose. What started as a free service became very time consuming and expensive. To cover the expenses we had to make the decision to charge a small fee for our services. The ladies can choose to pay $15.00 fee to be listed and have their address posted directly on the ad, or you can offer to pay the ladies fee for this. The cost to you to pay for this fee for her is $20.00.

19. Is it possible at all, to be informed of the crime in which the person we contacted has committed? There are several states that give out this information free on their websites. Use a search engine and check your state to see if this information is available.

20. Do we recommend looking for a mate through our service? It is not our place to decide that. We are not here to pass judgment or make life choices for others. Like any other relationship, the two people need to work hard on the relationship to make it succeed. Just a reminder, there can be many obstacles to overcome when developing a relationship with someone that is incarcerated, and probably a distance from you. We would like to recommend the site for recreational use. It can be a lot of fun writing an inmate on a friend/pen pal basis. We recommend that you do not send money to inmates. However, if you chose to do so, only send small amounts, less than $50.00. Usually they can make purchases in the prison store on items such as shampoo, shoes, books, magazines, writing paper, etc. If an inmate asks you for a large amount of money you should always suspect fraud and not be foolish. These women are inmates and are usually in prison for good reason. This is prison-princesses.com, not angel-princess.com! Read question number 21 for information on possible scams.

21. Do I have to be worried about scams when writing inmates? Caution must always be used when dealing with inmates. Here are some of the problems we have encountered: " FAKE PICTURES. If we receive proof the photo is a fake she is removed from the site. " OLD PICTURES. It is common that the inmate cannot send us a recent photo. We do not remove them from the site for this reason if the photo is of them. " UNDERSTATING HER AGE. We will remove them from the site if she lies of her age. " SHORTENING HER RELEASE DATE. This can be very complicated because the inmate may be stating the expected release date after earning gain time or they may be stating an optimistic parole date. If a lady says she gets out in two years and she is in for life we obviously will remove her, but it is not always that simple. " LYING ABOUT HER RACE. This is one of our biggest problems. If we discover proof that a lady has lied about her race her ad will be removed. " LYING TO GET MONEY. They sometimes outright lie to get money sent to them. The best advice is not to send money or only very small amounts for stamps, stationary, or small luxuries such as shampoo, deodorant, shoes, etc. If you send money it is your choice and you need to take responsibility for a bad decision if things do not go as you envisioned. Do you have any questions you think should be here? Please e-mail them to us!

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