Frequently asked questions about the Corrlinks prison email communication system include:
What is the maximum size of emails send through www.corrlinks.com?
The maximum size of messages that can be sent through the Corrlinks prison email communication system is 13,000 characters. Note that the limit is 13,000 characters, not 13,000 words.
Can attachments be sent with www.corrlinks.com email messages?
No, messages sent through the Corrlinks prison email communication system can’t have attachments added to them.
How do the inmates get to read the www.corrlinks.com email messages?
There are prison computers set aside for the inmates to read the Corrlinks email messages. These are computers that allow the inmates to read the said messages without actually providing full internet connections to the inmates. The inmates can also get to print the messages (at a fee), in order to store them so that they can refer to them or read them later.
What inmate details do I need to know to use the www.corrlinks.com service?
At the very least, you need to know the name of the inmate, the facility where the inmate is incarcerated, and the prison number of the inmate you want to communicate with via Corrlinks.
What level of monitoring is done on messages sent through the www.corrlinks.com service?
The prison authorities determine what level of monitoring to do, though you can be sure that all messages are read, before decisions are made on when (and whether at all) to pass them onto the intended recipients.
How are www.corrlinks.com accounts funded?
Corrlinks accounts are funded through plastic money (debit or credit cards), and the accepted cards are Visa and MasterCard..
How fast does www.corrlinks.com process refunds?
Corrlinks promises to process refunds within 48 hours, and this is only if all the inmates that one had purposed to communicate with through Corrlinks are released from incarceration.
Does www.corrlinks.com issue non-delivery refunds?
Unfortunately, Corrlinks doesn’t issue non-delivery refunds. This is to say that Corrlinks cannot refund you just because a message you sent wasn’t delivered to the inmate. We have to realize that the role of Corrlinks is limited to transmitting the messages, but the final delivery is the role of the incarcerating authorities.
How soon do inmates get messages sent through the www.corrlinks.com service?
The incarcerating authorities determine when (and whether at all) the inmates get the messages sent through Corrlinks. Generally, there are some institutions where, under normal circumstances, inmates are known to get Corrlinks messages within as little as 2 hours. There are others where you’d be best advised to make an allowance of one full day. All in all, the Corrlinks service transmits the messages almost instantly, with the prison system determining when the inmates actually get the messages. Generally, the Corrlinks service is many times faster than snail mail.