Privacy Policy

Ensuring your privacy is very important to Jmail.cc. You may be confident that our privacy practices are held to the highest standards. In fact all Credit Card transactions made on our website are through PayPal's secure server. Paypal also has one of the lowest Identity Theft/Fraud rates in the industry. No information about you or your credit card is ever saved in our databases nor shared with any other source. We maintain this policy to ensure your right to privacy and to protect you from fraud.

You should know that when you write a letter to an inmate through our service that your postal mailing address which you provided during sign up will be provided to the inmate. This is because the inmate will need an address to respond to your letter, also most prisons require that a properly formatted return address be provided on the envelope before they will deliver the letter to the inmate. If you do not wish to give out your personal mailing address, we suggest you sign up for the Jmail Box service on our website. With this service you can use our mailing address for inmates to write you back at and then the letters you receive back from the inmate will be scanned and uploaded to your account for a small fee. The Jmail Box service also carries a small annual fee.

Jmail.cc never distributes information about our customers to any outside parties other than the inmates the member chooses to correspond with. Members of our site will never be contacted directly by companies or persons outside of Jmail.cc other than the inmates they choose to correspond with. When you do business with Jmail.cc, your information remains completely private. Only in cases of policy or law violation will information be given to third parties. This too is done to protect you.

Here is what we collect from you:

  1. Your name and mailing address.
  2. Address information of the inmates you wish to write.
  3. Digital transcriptions of the letters you type to be sent to the inmate.
  4. Digital photos which you provide to be sent to the inmates.

Here is what happens with that information: The information your provide is saved in a database to create and populate your account. You will be able to access all the letters you send or receive at anytime while logged into your account. The physical letters and photos are printed and mailed through the US Postal Service. You should know that once the letters reach the prison mail room, they are most likely reviewed and checked for contraband. Jmail.cc cannot protect the privacy of your letters once it has been delivered to the postal service. Members who use our Jmail Box service will be able to use Jmail.cc's mailing address instead of their own so the inmate will receive Jmail.cc's mailing address on the return address of the envelope instead of yours.

Please read the following about the Google Banner Ads running on our website:

  1. Google, as a third party vendor, uses cookies to serve ads on our website.
  2. Google's use of the DART cookie enables it and it's partners to serve ads to our users based on their visits to our site and other sites on the Internet.
  3. You may opt out of the use of the DART cookie by visiting the Google Ad and Content network privacy policy.