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Initially, the 35-year-old Toronto mom thought she would make a profit for her effort, but she said she quickly realized she would have to spend her own money to keep it alive.It doesn’t matter, insists Melissa, who says the site helps prisoners pass the time and “get back into the swing of things” as they reconnect with women. I’m just a firm believer in redemption and rehabilitation…

“They’re taking the chance to write to these guys.” Since inmates don’t have Internet access in the clink, initial contact must be made via snail-mail to their respective penitentiary.

Melissa says most of the profiled prisoners heard about the website through word of mouth and inmate committees. S., credits the website for introducing her to a convicted bank robber she hopes to marry one day.

The site’s founder says several prisoners have asked her to remove their bios because they have already found that special someone.

Melissa, who does not want her family name published due to privacy and safety concerns, was inspired to start the website after seeing similar ones in the United States.

“I never was able to open up to anybody before him.” Young, 24, first connected with Mehlenbacher, 42, in November after she sent Christmas cards to a few of the inmates on the website.

She plans to move across the country this month to be closer to her man, who’s locked up in the medium-security Mountain Institution in Agassiz, B. They have never met in person, but they exchange letters regularly and have daily chats on the phone, which Mehlenbacher is permitted to do at his institution.

And she believes they would be less likely to lie since you already know why they were sent to jail.

“You just do your research on them, or whatever, and you’ll be good,” she said.

He says his statutory release date is September 2017, though he hopes to be paroled earlier.

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