Tracking Money Orders?


Tracking money orders may be needed to verify a payment. Using the tracking numbers listed on the money order, the issuing bank can provide the needed information.
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1. For postal money orders, take your receipt and the tear-off receipt to the post office. 2. Fill out a form 6401 and pay a fee of $5.20. 3. After the U.S. Postal Service runs the
1. Locate the MoneyGram serial number. It's typically located on the left edge of the MoneyGram stub. Without this number, you will have to fill out a Lost Serial Number form available
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Need to know how to cash a money order? Cashing a money order can be confusing and frustrating if you are unsure of what to do first, but the process is easier once you know where
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How to Track a Money Order
Using money orders to pay bills or send money to someone is as safe as using a check. Money orders all have a tracking number or serial number that can be tracked. How you go about tracking them will depend on who you purchased the money order from. It's... More »
Difficulty: Easy
Tracking a money order is simple. On every money order is a receipt that you can tear off. On the receipt is a money order number as well as a phone number for you to be able to track it.
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