* Prisoners are the sole publishers of the information listed on the inmate's Profile.Female Prison & it's associates have not "Officially" investigated the truth and or accuracy of any information published by any prisoner listed on this website.The 16-month-old website, which promotes some 40 convict profiles, has even churned out a few lockup love stories.The site’s founder says several prisoners have asked her to remove their bios because they have already found that special someone.The federal prisoners, many behind bars for violent offences like attempted murder, sexual assault and first-degree murder, have written blurbs highlighting their personal qualities — and, in some cases, their crimes. The page indicates that any prospective partner should be ready to wait for his expected May 2015 release date, adding: “But I am worth it.”Canadian Inmates Connect Inc.
I believe everybody deserves a second chance.”Melissa, however, has a warning for those interested in contacting one of the inmates on her website: proceed with caution.
Young argues that it’s probably safer to get to know a convict than to meet someone at a bar or on standard dating websites.“I heard from a lot of people there’s a lot of weirdos on there,” she said, referring to one popular matchmaking website.“You could talk to somebody on a dating site in the United States, and you could talk for like three years every day after work or something, and that person could be murdering a bunch of people and you don’t know because they’re just some everyday person, right?
”By comparison, Young says, an inmate cannot just show up at your house uninvited right after you meet them.
* Female Prison and it's employees cannot held liable for any damages that may arise from communicating with inmates found on this website.
* Female Prison has not "Officially" investigated the entire set of circumstances surrounding the offense of any Inmate listed on this website.