Do you want to stay connected to your incarcerated loved one but struggle to follow through?
You’re not alone!
Going to the store, printing out photos, and then putting them in the mail seems simple… But can become a challenge when time is a precious commodity.
Sending physical mail isn’t as common as it once was, especially with the rise of smartphones, texting, and social media. Who needs to send photos in the mail when you can just text them?
Sending physical letters and photos to an incarcerated loved one gives them something tangible to hold onto when the going gets hard — a lifeline during tough times.
You can make the process as easy as clicking a button by using the Pelipost app — ranked the #1 inmate photo services app in the industry.
“ Bigger and better than competitors! Great app I would recommend it to anyone trying to send pictures to their loved ones incarcerated.
The Pelipost team knows firsthand what it’s like to receive a photograph in the mail while incarcerated
It was a celebration when anyone received photos — providing a reminder of “home” and “family” to those on the inside.
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Most correctional facilities require that an incarcerated loved one’s name and ID number be printed on the back of each photo. When you use Pelipost inmate photo services, you don’t have to worry about this. We do all the heavy lifting!
We print your loved one’s NAME and DOC number on the back of every photo to ensure compliance with facility rules.
Sending mail to an incarcerated loved one is more complicated than popping a letter in the mail to someone down the street. Some steps you can take to ensure your letter arrives with your loved one is to include as many details as possible, which include:
Of course, you’ll also want to ensure your inmate’s mailing address matches the inmate ID#. You can find this information through the links on the Find Inmate ID page. If you’re having trouble finding this information, please reach out to us. We’re happy to assist you!
Sometimes the mail process in prisons is disorganized, even more so during COVID-19. Information on a correctional facility’s website might be outdated, so it’s worth taking the extra step to double-check the details for your loved one’s facility by giving the facility a call.
If you get to enjoy face-to-face visits or phone calls, your best bet is to ask your incarcerated loved one directly. They’ll have the most accurate information for you.
The details become so important when it comes to timely mail delivery, especially in a system that is often slow and inconsistent.
The purpose of this app is to make it as fluid as possible to get photographs to those who are incarcerated in state and federal facilities
When you purchase our products, you can count on:
Peace of mind that your photos will arrive quickly
High-quality glossy prints that your loved one will cherish
Privacy since we print all pictures in-house
Regularly updated facility rules within the Pelipost app.
Expert advice and resources to support you during this time
Pelipost is here for you and your loved one!
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