Committed to helping friends and family stay connected to their incarcerated loved ones.
Send funds to your significant other in prison
When you send money with ISPC, you can rest assured that your family and friends will have the funds they need to get by inside their designated correctional center. Transfers are quick and secure and may be made from the convenience of your home computer, phone, or mobile device.
ISPC makes sure that money transfers process seamlessly as possible, both for you and for your inmate. Whether you are funding a commissary or ‘spendable’ inmate trust account or a dedicated purpose account, your inmate will be able to access that money quickly. Including for phone services.
Setup Automatic Monthly Withdrawals
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No hidden banking fees with ISPC
No background checks! ISPC is your home for fast and secure money transfer for inmates to pay for inmate email, video visitation, and phone minutes. ISPC knows how important it is to support your incarcerated loved one. Say goodbye to hidden banking fees.
Use your ISPC card anywhere around the world with whomever accepts Mastercard. It is accepted in over 210 countries and territories with millions of merchants in the network around the world.
You deserve a banking account for your inmate with no unnecessary fees to help a loved one who is incarcerated get through tough times. Easily manage the account on a computer or a mobile device.
ISPC is dedicated to offering the technologies and services that let you provide assistance to and stay in touch with your loved one in a number of ways through our Secure Deposits service, you can quickly and easily deposit spending money into his or her trust fund.
Expedite Release Processes
The ISPC Debit Cards eliminates the need to purchase checks for releasing inmate funds and less time is required to generate a refund using the ISPC Debit Card versus the traditional methods. Thus enabling correctional facilities to be able to remove inmate funds from their books at release rather than waiting until the released inmate cashes their check