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The minute he presented his money orders to the clerk, Mr.
All the postal money orders, however, lack names and addresses, raising more suspicions among customs examiners, Palawin said.
Advise your residents to hand-deliver checks and money orders to trusted employees whenever possible and not to leave any part blank.
Though India Post has introduced electronic variants in the form of eMO and iMO, the e-Post Office will re-vamp the money order thoroughly, after 130 years of its launch, by harnessing the state of art information technology.
Unfortunately, initial attempts to locate the owner of the money orders proved to be unsuccessful, even frustrating.
Nexus returned her Post Office money order with a covering letter, explaining that she should renew the card "at any of the Nexus Travelshops nearer the time".
A travel agent selling traveler's checks, a grocery store offering check cashing and a convenience store selling money orders, for example, would be considered MSBs.
Investigators later seized an additional USD9,000 in money orders which the family had allegedly asked another person to take to Iran.
Public Access President Les Schlesinger said 50% of his company's monthly clientele pay their auto insurance bills by cash or money order, making Vcom a convenient conduit for their payments because the kiosk accepts cash-up to 30 bills of different denominations at one time-through the machine's bunch-note accepter.
has been using Positive Pay, a product from PNC Bank, since June to inspect exception items from the money orders it sells in its 236 stores in eight Southeastern states.
It charges nothing to cash patrons' checks and sells money orders, lottery tickets, prepaid phone cards, and Western Union wire transfers.
The court found that money orders that were recovered from the prisoner had not been altered and the commission failed to explain why the prisoner's mere possession of money orders constituted conduct which extended into the community.