Prison dating sites
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Behind this façade, sites with names like act as bridges that transform long-distance friends into lovers.
Arlen Bischke started a prisoner pen-pal site called in 1998 to help prisoners connect to the outside world.
Meet-An-Inmate.com, Write APrisoner.com, and Jail by far get more traffic than the other inmate pen pal websites. Very clean and easy to navigate site established in 1998.
If a site is not in the top ten it may be a waste of money to list with them. Includes profiles and photos of women in prison seeking pen pals.
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*is the webs authority for ranking websites by the amount of visitors they receive (traffic). It is also enjoyable to receive a hand written letter from a female inmate who actually cares about what you have to say.
Online sites for dating prisoners have proliferated in recent years.
On the surface, these sites profess to specialize in connecting people behind bars with those seeking pen pals.
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