Who Is the Remitter on a Money Order?

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The remitter on a money order is the person whose name is printed on the slip, sending the money order. For example, the money order used to pay for an electric bill is named with 'Chris Allens,' the remitter of this money order is then Chris Allens who is also its sender.
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The remitter on a money order is the person sending the money order. So, if you are paying your electric bill with a money order, you are the remitter.
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The Remitter is the person paying the bill, the Payee is the person you
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A remitter is the person who sends the money order.
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