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PO = Postal Order?

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Never really understood what a PO is? Can someone explain what one is and how to do them etc? Thanks HUKD members :) Read More
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
Never really understood what a PO is?

Can someone explain what one is and how to do them etc?

Thanks HUKD members :)
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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banned#1
Post Office, but would depend on the context
#2
It is simply a Post Office cheque that you buy from there if you don't have a Bank Account.
#3
lumoruk
Post Office


Lol thanks what i always wanted to know :p haha
#5
there is a charge though at the post office, the higher the postal order the higher the charge
#6
Predikuesi
It is simply a Post Office cheque that you buy from there if you don't have a Bank Account.


How do you do it though and how could you use it to pay someone else?
#7
they are like cheques. You got to post office ask for one for say £6.99 and pay a little fee to post office. Just like cheques ie for people who dont have bank accounts
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Go to the post office ask for a postal order, give them the name or company who you want to pay and how much, they will print you out a postal order (you pay a small fee to the post office), you can either have it "crossed" or "uncrossed", if it is crossed then whoever you send it to will have to pay it into their bank and wait for it to clear (like a cheque) if its uncrossed then the person you send it to can cash it straight away at the post office,
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scott1295;4427190
How do you do it though and how could you use it to pay someone else?

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
As above
#10
clondikemike
Go to the post office ask for a postal order, give them the name or company who you want to pay and how much, they will print you out a postal order (you pay a small fee to the post office), you can either have it "crossed" or "uncrossed", if it is crossed then whoever you send it to will have to pay it into their bank and wait for it to clear (like a cheque) if its uncrossed then the person you send it to can cash it straight away at the post office,


Thanks :thumbsup: Rep headin your way
#11
scott1295
Thanks :thumbsup: Rep headin your way


Cheers, just make sure you send it recorded delivery!!! there are some unscrupulous people out there:x
banned#12
Is PO not Postal Order.
#13
Yeah it is...xD
#14
post office

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