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Sims received a call from a postal inspector who said he had determined the money orders to be counterfeit.
Raise the height of the drop box to three feet or more from the floor so when residents drop off their checks or money orders the rent check will fall directly to the floor and not in a box that can be accessed from the outside.
That is double payment against each money order was made, original was paid to the recipient in the sub post offices while accused used to withdraw an equal amount for himself in the main office.
Between 1989 and 1993, the charge for money orders increased at banks about the same percentage as did the increase in the CPI and by substantially more than that at savings associations.
Prices range from $15 to $200; only cashier's checks and money orders are accepted.
The addition of Western Union's money transfer and money order products are a perfect fit for our expanded product strategy," said Steve Scoggins, President of Check Into Cash.
An official of Pakistan Post told here on Tuesday that similarly, the limit of urgent and ordinary money order has also been enhanced from Rs.
62 million Money Orders along with required funds for Rs.
The transactions were detected in a review of checks and money orders sent from BCCI-Panama to BCCI-Miami for payment.
It's futile to stop payment on a check or money order.
The Western Union Company (NYSE: WU), a global leader in money transfer services, today announced that it has renewed its agreement to offer Western Union Money Transfer and Money Order services through H-E-B, one of the fastest-growing privately owned retail chains in the U.
MULTAN -- The Electronic Money Order (EMO) services are on the cards in four more cities of South Punjab raising the number of cities to ten where the facility will be available.