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Hold the money order up to the light. You should see:

Adams Sales Order Books, 2-Part, Carbonless, White/Canary, 4-3/16 x 7-3/16 Inches, 50 Sets per Book, 3 Books (DC4705-3)

$14.10


A. No. We have Western Union money orders.

Maximum limits: money orders are generally issued with a maximum of $1,000. Some money order issuers use an even lower limit (for example international USPS money orders are limited to $700). If the purchase amount is more than $1,000, multiple money orders will be required, which can be cumbersome – and just as expensive as other forms of payment.

Convenience: money orders are easy to get. But other forms of payment are much easier to work with. To get a money order, you often need to get cash, wait in line, wait for a customer service representative (who is doing their best) to complete the transaction, and get the money order into the mail. Personal checks and electronic payments eliminate most or all of those steps.

A. The fee to cash a money order not bought at Your Exchange is 5%.

  1. Fill in the “Pay to the Order of” line with the name of the person or business you wish to pay.
  2. Fill in your name in the appropriate section, which will be labeled as one of the following: “From,” “Purchaser,” “Sender” or “Remitter.”
  3. Sign the front of the money order in the appropriate section, which will be labeled “Purchaser, Signer for Drawer.”
  4. If there are fields labeled “Address” or “Phone Number,” you might be required to fill them out.
  5. In the “Memo” field, you have the option to indicate what the payment is for.
  6. Leave the back of the money order blank so that the recipient can endorse it with his signature.

The current price for domestic money orders at USPS are as follows:

Convenience: money orders are easy to get. But other forms of payment are much easier to work with. To get a money order, you often need to get cash, wait in line, wait for a customer service representative (who is doing their best) to complete the transaction, and get the money order into the mail. Personal checks and electronic payments eliminate most or all of those steps.

Trust: money orders are often considered safe. Sellers count on the issuer (instead of an individual) to deliver funds. However, money orders can raise red flags because they’re often used for fraud. In some cases, money orders are prohibited or they cause extra administrative work and delays. For example, some financial institutions (like insurance companies and brokerage firms) don’t accept money orders because they can be used in money laundering operations.​