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Old 05-20-2008, 10:39 AM
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Question Money orders to Gunnison

I was just wondering if i address the envelope,for money orders, to the inmate or to some certain address the prison has??
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Cashier checks and/or money orders can be sent through the mail to:

Central Utah Correctional Facility
c/o Inmate Accounts
P.O. Box 550
Gunnison, UT 84634

The cashier check or money order must contain the inmate's Prison commitment name and USP
number. The money instrument must also contain the complete name and address of the sender.
The money instrument must be in a separate envelope from other letters or correspondence and
include the sender's complete name and address on the return, which must be the same on the
cashier check or money order. Personal checks and cash will not be accepted.
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Old 05-21-2008, 01:39 PM
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Cashier checks and/or money orders can be sent through the mail to:

Central Utah Correctional Facility
c/o Inmate Accounts
P.O. Box 550
Gunnison, UT 84634

The cashier check or money order must contain the inmate's Prison commitment name and USP
number. The money instrument must also contain the complete name and address of the sender.
The money instrument must be in a separate envelope from other letters or correspondence and
include the sender's complete name and address on the return, which must be the same on the

cashier check or money order. Personal checks and cash will not be accepted.
what do u write where it says inmate accounts? their name and what?

Oh i think i get it lol just inmate accounts...?
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what do u write where it says inmate accounts? their name and what?

Oh i think i get it lol just inmate accounts...?
In the address? Yeah, just exactly the way it looks. c/o means "In Care Of" so they'll sort it to the right place. Make sure you put his inmate number on the money order AND that your complete address is on there too.
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