JPay Money Order Deposit Form Printable

To send money to inmates through JPay, you can also utilize Money Order Services. If you choose Money Order service, you will need a cashier’s check and JPay money order coupon for the state where you will send the money order.

Of course, you should fill the JPay Money Order Deposit Form if you want to send money. Then, you may want to know the JPay Money Order Deposit form and what you have to fill on the form. Thankfully, you can see the form by downloading it first and then filling the form if you want to send money orders to inmates.

How to Get a JPay Money Order Deposit Form?

Certainly, you can get a JPay money order deposit form by downloading it on JPay official site here.

Get the JPay Money Order Deposit form here. The form is in the PDF format, so you can directly download and print it if needed.

Get the editable form here. You can fill the form directly on this site and you can then download the form that you have filled directly.

What’s in the JPay Money Order form? Of course, there are some information that you should fill on the form, here are they:

    1. The amount of money order (maximum $999,99)
    2. Offender’s DC#
    3. Offender’s State
    4. Offender’s Full Name
    5. Institution
    6. Your Email
    7. Your First Name
    8. Your Last Name
    9. Your Phone Number
    10. Your Address
    11. Your City
    12. Your State
    13. Your ZIP

Sure, all forms are required to fill.

To fill the information on the JPay Money Order form, here are some things you should notice:

    • Make sure to write on the form clearly to avoid delays processing the money order
    • Don’t include any letters or notes with your payment because these will be discarded
    • Ensure to verify that the parolee/probationer name and DC# are entered correctly on the Money Order Deposit Form
    • Money orders will not be processed without a valid email and mailing address

To note: Aside from money orders, cashier’s checks and certified bank drafts are also accepted. All procedures, terms and conditions apply. There is no fee for sending money via money order, cashier’s check, or certified bank draft.

How to Send Money A Money Order?

Once you get the Money Order Deposit Form, you can then continue to send money orders through multiple steps below!

    • First, fill the Money Order Deposit form that you already have.
    • Make the money order payable to JPay. You can include the Offender name & ID on the “memo” or “used for” line. However, JPay recommends using  US Postal Money Orders.
    • Put the money order and the deposit slip in an envelope
    • Last, you can mail to JPay, PO Box 260130, Hollywood, FL 33026

A limited amount of money to transfer for inmates is a maximum $999,99. JPay will not receive money transfers valued over $999,99. If you want to know money order limits which are applied in the state in which an inmate resides, you can visit the official  JPay site.

If you send money over $999.99, the remaining will be returned to you. JPay will not also be responsible for money transfer lost in the mail or in transit or money order the provided address that did not reach the intended recipients.

Is Sending Money Order Through JPay Charged?

Of course, if you send money through JPay, you will be charged a certain fee. The fees here will vary depending on the state and facility where inmates are jailed. If you want to know the charges you can visit the JPay site and then go to the “Availability and Pricing”section.

In this case, JPay will not be responsible for money transfer lost in the mail or in transit or money order the provided address that did not reach the intended recipients. Well, the sender does not worry.

If JPay receives a money order that cannot process the transaction as the illegibility of the money order form, in this case, JPay will send money order and deposit slip back to the Customer’s address which is provided on the deposit slip.

As a clue, the charge for each transaction can be as high as $11.95. Of course, it’s not an exact fee for sending money through JPay as the charge per transaction on each state and facility will vary as well.

Moreover, the fee may be different depending on the method you use. As you know,  there are five ways that you can choose, including online at JPay.com, Money Gram, by phone, Money Orders and JPay Mobile App to send money to inmates through JPay. For example, the fees when you send money online through JPay.com will be lower than using money order agents such as Money Gram.

Some Issues That May Occur on Sending Money to Inmates

You may get plenty of issues when you send money to an inmate. Of course, to avoid some issues when sending money, it’s important that you know the problem first, here are they:

    • If you send money to a wrong inmate online, your money cannot be refunded. So, make sure you choose the correct inmate when you want to send money.
    • You may get in trouble when you use the wrong debit/credit card for your payment or send money to an inmate. Well, what you should do is to contact JPay’s customer service department to check your payment status. If  your payment status is pending, of course your payment will be canceled soon.
    • If you see your transaction will be processed at a later time, don’t try to process the second time as your card is being charged twice.
    • If you have transferred money to the inmate, but he still does not receive your money, you should inquire with a JPay representative to see whether a refund is available or not. You can also call JPay to have the payment processed if you miss a phone number. In this case,  JPay will not send MoneyGram payments which are processed with missing customer information.

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