Make a Deposit

Registration Form
Online Form   View/Print Form 

 

Step 1:

The inmate must establish a MOB – TRUST ACCOUNT by completing the “Registration Form” before family and friends can deposit funds into the trust account. NOTE – Only inmates can establish a MOB – TRUST ACCOUNT.

Step 2:

Mail the completed “Registration Form” to:

  • Money on Books
  • 40335 Winchester Rd Ste E523
  • Temecula, CA 92591-5518

Step 3:

A Registration Number will be mailed to the inmate.

Step 4:

After an inmate receives the Registration Number, family and friends can make a deposit towards their loved one’s MOB – TRUST ACCOUNT. NOTE – Check online under “Registered Inmates” for your loved one’s registration number or request it from your loved one.

Make a Deposit (MOB – Trust Account)

Make a Deposit (CDCR – Trust Account)
 

REMEMBER – There is a $5.00 per transaction fee, which will be deducted from the deposited amount. This is to help our organization with the “mass incarceration, recidivism, recruiting, redirecting, mentoring, job services, and support to inmate’s children”.

Step 5:

A receipt will be mailed to the inmate.

Mob – Deposit Form

Deposit Amount (MOB -TRUST ACCOUNT)
$5.00
$10.00
$15.00
$20.00
$25.00
$50.00
$75.00
$100.00
$150.00
$175.00
$200.00
$300.00
$400.00
$500.00
Other

Inmate Information
First Name:
Last Name:
Inmate’s ID #:
Facility Location:
MOB Registration #:

Deposit

REMEMBER – There is a $5.00 per transaction fee, which will be deducted from the contribution amount. This is to help our organization with the “mass incarceration, recidivism, recruiting, redirecting, mentoring, job services, and support to inmate’s children”.

Irrevocable Trust Agreement

The Irrevocable Trust Agreement is made available upon request.
 

CDCR- Handover support

If your loved one is incarcerated at a California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation (CDCR) institution and you need a quick and easy way to put money on an inmate’s books, then Money on Books offers a handover support that will save you time and effort. It’s a convenient way deposit funds on a love one’s books without the stress.

Step 1:

The inmate must establish a MOB – TRUST ACCOUNT by completing the “Registration Form” before family and friends can put money on their books. NOTE – Only inmates can establish a MOB – TRUST ACCOUNT.
 

Step 2:

After an inmate receives the Registration Number, family and friends can put money on their loved one’s books. Check online under “registered inmates” for your loved one’s registration number or request it from your loved one.
 

Step 3:

After an inmate receives the Registration Number, family and friends can use our handover support put money on their loved one’s account.

Deposit Amount (CDCR)Inmate Information

First Name:
Last Name:
Inmate’s ID #:
Facility Location:
MOB Registration #:

Deposit

REMEMBER – There is a $7.00 per transaction fee which includes the vendors cost, which will be deducted from the deposit amount. This is to help our organization with the “mass incarceration, recidivism, recruiting, redirecting, mentoring, job services, and support to inmate’s children”.

Step 4:

Money on Books will use the following methods to handover the deposit to CDCR:
a. Overnight courier service,
b. Access Corrections
c. JPay
d. FeeService

REMEMBER – There is a $7.00 per transaction fee which includes the vendors cost, which will be deducted from the deposit amount. This is to help our organization with the “mass incarceration, recidivism, recruiting, redirecting, mentoring, job services, and support to inmate’s children”.

Step 5:

A receipt will be mailed to the inmate.

CDCR – Deposit Form

Deposit Amount (CDRC)
$5.00
$10.00
$15.00
$20.00
$25.00
$50.00
$75.00
$100.00
$150.00
$175.00
$200.00
$300.00
$400.00
$500.00
Other

Inmate Information
First Name:
Last Name:
Inmate’s ID #:
Facility Location:
MOB Registration #:

Deposit

REMEMBER – There is a $7.00 per transaction fee, which will be deducted from the contribution amount. This is to help our organization with the “mass incarceration, recidivism, recruiting, redirecting, mentoring, job services, and support to inmate’s children”

Collections from inmates
Upon the offender’s arrival at the California Department of Correction & Rehabilitation (CDCR), an inmate trust account is established to accommodate monetary deposits and/or withdrawals. It is also designed to track any and all obligations that an offender may have, such as restitution fines and direct orders for victim restitution. For those offenders who have both a fine and a direct order, the direct order obligation will be satisfied first, effective January 1, 2007. Any money deposited into the account will be garnished at 55 percent. This money is applied toward the offender’s restitution obligations.
When a victim contacts the Office of Victim and Survivor Rights and Services (OVSRS), either by completing the CDCR 1707 or by phone, the CDCR verifies whether a court order (required for restitution) is present or not. The court order must state the victim’s name and a specific dollar amount to be paid to that victim.
It is possible, however, while incarcerated, the inmate does not receive any deposits into his/her account and therefore no restitution collections can be made. Unfortunately, this is outside the control of the CDCR.
Money collected from the inmate’s trust deposits is transferred to the Victim Compensation and Government Claims Board (VCGCB) for disbursement to the victim. Disbursements are made in increments of $50 or every six months, whichever is reached first.
Be patient, the collection process can take a long time. Inmates typically make between $0.38 and $1.00 per hour. There are also more inmates incarcerated than there are paying jobs available. Therefore, some inmates may not have a wage-earning job and are unable to pay restitution, unless the inmate receives money from outside sources, such as family or friends.