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A postal money order is treated like a personal check, so it can be cashed anywhere a personal check can be cashed, such as at the recipient's bank or a convenience store. The difference is that a money order does not ca... More »

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There are a number of places where consumers can purchase a money order. The local office of the United States Postal Service is one option. Western Union offices also sell money orders, as do some grocery stores. More »

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People can cash money orders at their banks or places where they have accounts, from the business that issued the money order, and from many grocery stores, convenience stores and check cashing stores. To minimize fees a... More »

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To fill out a postal money order, write the name of the intended recipient and the name and address of the person sending the money order in the appropriate fields on the form. The sender may also have to sign his or her... More »

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United States postal money orders are a financial instrument issued by the post office. They are similar to a check in that the money order is made out to a specific person or party for a specific amount of money. More »

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A postal money order is a payment order issued by the United States Postal Service. They are very similar to the money orders issued by banks. More »

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In order to find the postal code for a specific address within the United States, online visitors to the United States Postal Service website can use the Look Up a ZIP Code web tool. It is accessed through the Quick Tool... More »

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